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Robyn Ashworth-Steen

reduction in these qualities in the deity. 14 Yet it may, to some, and especially to those who are suffering, feel like the potential for generation is not worth the price of suffering. Maimonides’ Classification of Evil, Divine Providence and the

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Annette Freyberg-Inan

Gregg O. Kvistad, The Rise and Demise of German Statism: Loyalty and Political Membership (Providence and Oxford: Berghahn Books, 1999)

Hartmut Lehmann and Hermann Wellenreuther (eds.), German and American Nationalism: A Comparative Perspective (Oxford and New York: Berg, 1999)

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James F. Hollifield

Myron Weiner, ed., Migration and Refugees: Politics and Policies in the United States and Germany (Providence: Berghahn Books, 1997-1998)

Volume 1: Klaus J. Bade and Myron Weiner, eds., Migration Past, Migration Future: Germany and the United States

Volume 2: Rainer Münz and Myron Weiner, eds., Migrants, Refugees, and Foreign Policy: U.S. and German Policies Toward Countries of Origin

Volume 3: Kay Hailbronner, David A. Martin, and Hiroshi Motomura, eds., Immigration Admissions: The Search for Workable Policies in Germany and the United States

Volume 4: Kay Hailbronner, David A. Martin, and Hiroshi Motomura, eds., Immigration Controls: The Search for Workable Policies in Germany and the United States

Volume 5: Peter Schuck and Rainer Münz, eds., Paths to Inclusion: The Integration of Migrants in the United States and Germany

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Jewish Secularism on the March

David J. Goldberg, Stephen Berkowitz, Frank Dabba Smith, and Marc Saperstein

The Origins of Jewish Secularization in Eighteenth-Century Europe, Shmuel Feiner, translated by Chaya Naor. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011, 330 pp.

Not in the Heavens: The Tradition of Jewish Secular Thought, David Biale, Princeton University Press, 2011, 228 pp.ISBN 0812242734

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea?: French Jewry and the Problem of Church and State, Zvi Jonathan Kaplan, Providence, RI: Brown University Press, 2009. 148 pp. ISBN 1930675615

Rediscovering Traces of Memory: The Jewish Heritage of Polish Galicia, Jonathan Webber, and Chris Schwarz, Oxford: Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 2009.200 pages ISBN 1906764034

Secret Judaism and the Spanish Inquisition, Michael Alpert, Nottingham: Five Leaves Publications, 2008.ISBN: 1905512295, 262 pages

Child Survivors of the Holocaust in Israel: ‘Finding their Voice’, Sharon Kangisser Cohen, Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, 2005.

The Scandal of Kabbalah: Leon Modena, Jewish Mysticism, Early Modern Venice, Yaacob Dweck, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2011, 280 pp. £?? ISBN 978–0–691–14508–2.

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Albert H. Friedlander, Evelyn Friedlander, and Ruth Fainlight

At the Edge of the Millennium: Taking Stock – An Essay Review

Marcus Braybrooke, The Explorer's Guide to Christianity, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1998, pb., 287 pp., £8.99, ISBN 0 340 71005 5

Jonathan Magonet, The Explorer's Guide to Judaism, London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1 998, pb., 329 pp., £8.99, ISBN 0340 70984 7

Studies in Polish Jewry: Polin; Volume Nine 'Jews, Poles, Socialists: The Failure of an Ideal' London and Portland Oregon, published for Institute of Polish Jewish Studies (an associate centre of the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies) by The Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 1996, £39.50, 346 pp. ISBN 1 874774 21 8

Studies in Polish Jewry: Polin; Volume Ten: 'Jews in Early Modern Poland', ed. Gershon David Hundert, London and Portland Oregon, for the Institute of Polish Jewish Studies by The Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 1997, £19.95, 457 pp. ISBN 1 87474 31 5

Studies in Polish Jewry: Polin; Volume Eleven: Focusing on Aspects and Experiences of Religion', London and Portland Oregon, published for the Institute of Polish-Jewish Studies, The American Association for Polish Jewish Studies by Hie Littman Library of Jewish Civilization, 1998, 443 pp. ISBN 1 874774 34 X (pb.)

John D. Rayner, Jewish Religious Law: A Progressive Perspective, Berghahn Books, New York and Oxford, 1998, 224 pp. ISBN 1 57181 975 4, pb. ISBN 1 57181 976 2

John D. Rayner, A Jewish Understanding of the World, Berghahn Books, Providence and Oxford, 1998, 224 pp., ISBN 1 57181 973 8, pb. ISBN 1 57181 974 6

John D. Rayner, An Understanding of Judaism, Berghahn Books, Providence and Oxford, 1997, 272 pp. ISBN 1 57181 971 1, pb. ISBN 1 57181 972 X

The Goldapple Guide to Jewish Berlin, Andrew Roth/Michael Frajman, Goldapple Publishing, 1998, 181 pp., ISBN3-9806356-0-0

Alfred Wiener and the Making of the Holocaust Library, Ben Barkow, Vallen- tine Mitchell, 1997, 21 1 pp., Cloth £35.00/Paper £17.50, ISBN 0 85303 329 3

God Made Blind, Isaac Rosenberg: His Life and Poetry, Deborah Maccoby, Symposium Press, EJPS. ISBN 1-900814020-X

A Moon at the Door, Wanda Barford, Flambard Press in association with the European Jewish Publication Society, £5.95, ISBN 1 873226 33 0.

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'Reducing Down'

D. H. Lawrence and Captain Scott

John Turner

It was ten and a half months later that the truth was learned; but on the afternoon of the 10th of February 1913 a telegram reached London from New Zealand to say that Captain Scott and the four members of his assault party had all died on their return from the South Pole, prevented by blizzards from reaching the stores that were, tantalisingly, a mere eleven miles away. The bodies of Scott, Wilson and Bowers still lay just as they had lain at the end of the previous March, when they had died; and with them were Scott’s journal and unsent letters which would bring the story home to the British public in all its unforgettable drama. Extracts from the journal were published the following day in The Times, and the following paragraph in particular was reprinted again and again: ‘I do not regret this journey, which has shown that Englishmen can endure hardship, help one another, and meet death with as great a fortitude as ever in the past. We took risks – we knew we took them. Things have come out against us, and therefore we have no cause for complaint, but bow to the will of Providence, determined still to do our best to the last’. The story of Captain Oates too, whose body had not been found, was told again and again, and his last words would become famous: ‘I am just going outside and I may be gone some time’. To sacrifice his own life so that the other members of his party might have the chance to reach safety was, in Scott’s own words, ‘the act of a brave man and an English gentleman’. The events were terrible enough; but it was the journal that gave them their air of tragedy.

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Unhap, Misadventure, Infortune

Chaucer’s Vocabulary of Mischance

Helen Cooper

. Issues concerning providence and astrological determinism, predestination and free will, fortune as arbitrary and as following an inexorable pattern, the lack of poetic (or any) justice in this world and a belief in God’s ordering appear in poem after

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Matthew Binney

accommodate unique and incommensurable customs and traditions. Preset Narratives: Providence and the Ancients Consciousness for Campbell circumvents the shortcomings he perceives in the previous generation’s travel collections. Editors and travel

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Edited by Jonathan Magonet

like European Judaism : ‘Like every other living organism, its development is a unique combination of unassailable laws and the entirely unexpected’. Jonathan Magonet Notes 1 Jewish Explorations of Sexuality , ed. Jonathan Magonet, Providence and

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Ana Isabel González Manso

rational element was joined with a religious one, in particular with the element of Providence. The way of perceiving time would influence the way in which history was rewritten, and in turn this would reflect the model of society that these intellectuals