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Buber, Martin, I and Thou, Scribner, 1958.

In this central text from one of the foremost modern Jewish philosophers, Buber's main concern is with the relationships of man to God, to nature, and to his fellow man.

Maney, J. P., and Tom Hazuka, eds., A Celestial Omnibus: Short Fiction on Faith, Beacon Press, 1997.

This collection of American short stories on the theme of faith includes "The Conversion of the Jews" by Philip Roth.

Shapiro, Gerald, ed., American Jewish Fiction: A Century of Stories, University of Nebraska Press, 1998.

This collection of short stories by Jewish-American authors includes "On the Air" by Philip Roth.

Updike, John, and Katrina Kenison, eds., The Best American Short Stories of the Century, Houghton Mifflin, 1999.

This collection of short stories from the series The Best American Short Stories, published every year from 1915 through 1998, includes an introduction by John Updike and "Defender of the Faith" by Philip...

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