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Toward a Literate World. By Frank C. Laubach, Ph.D., Foreign Missions Conference, New York. pp. 178. $1.75.

The People of the Mosque. By L. Bevan Jones, Calcutta, Y. M. C. A. Publishing House. 2nd edition, 1939. Cloth Rs. 4, paper Rs. 3.

The Exploitation of East Africa, 1856–1890; the Slave Trade and the Scramble. By R. Coupland. London: Faber & Faber, Ltd., 1939. pp. 507. Illustrations and map. 25s.

Al-Mas?ḩiyyah fi'l-Islām. By Eighomanos Ibrahim Luka. Cairo, 1938. pp. 224. Price, p.t. 6.

‘Umar ibn-abi-Rab?'ah.Vol. II. Ḩayāt ibn-abi-Rabl‘āh. By Jibrā'll S. Jabbür. Beirut, The American Press, 1939. pp. 227.

Economic Organization of Palestine.Edited by Sa'id B. Himadeh. Beirut, The American Press, 1938. pp. xxiii + 602.

Atatürk and the True Nature of Modern Turkey. By Gerard Tongas. Translated from the French by Major F. F. Rynd. London, Luzac & Co., 1939. pp. 80. 3s.

Redressement économique et Industrialisation de la Nouvelle Turquie. By Orhan Conker and Emile Witmeur. Vol. XVIII of Bibliothèque de l'école supérieure de sciences commerciales et économiques de I'Université de Liége. Librairie du Recueil Sirey, Paris, 1937. pp. 345, 65 illustrations, one map.

La Science chez les Turcs Ottomans. By Abdulhak Adnan. Paris, G. P. Maisonneuve, 1939. pp. 174.

A Fragment of Kalilah and Dimnah from MS. 397 in the Pierpont Morgan Library. By Elinor Husseîman. London, 1939, Cristophers. Philadelphia, Univ. of Pennsylvania Press. 8vo, ix, 35 pp. with 6 plates. $2.00.

The ?urrah Papyri from Aphrodito in the Oriental Institute. By Nabia Abbott. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1938. 8vo xviii, 101 pp. with 4 plates. [Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization, No. 15.] $1.50.

The Rise of the North Arabic Script and its ?ur'ānic Development, with a full description of the ?ur'ānic Manuscripts in the Oriental Institute. By Nabia Abbott Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1939. 4to xxii, 103 pp. with 33 plates. $10.

Muslim University Journal, Vol. 5, No. 2. Muslim University, Aligarh, India, pp. 201. Annual subscription, 3 Rupees.

State Population Census by Faiths: Meaning, Reliability and Value. By H. S. Linfield, Ph.D. Hasid's Bibliographical and Library Service, New York. pp. 71.

La Présence de L'Islam. By J. Jousselin. Société des Missions Évangéliques, Paris, 1940. pp. 242.

The Bible of Mankind.Compiled and edited by Mirza Ahmad Sohrab, New York, Universal Publishing Co., 1939. pp. 743. $5.00.

The Bible of the World.Edited by Robert O. Ballou in collaboration with Friedrich Spiegelberg, Ph.D., S.T.M. (Columbia University) and with the assistance and advice of Horace L. Friess, Ph.D. (Columbia University). New York, Viking Press, 1939. pp. 1414. $5.00.

Descriptive Catalog of the Garrett Collection of Arabic Manuscripts in the Princeton University Library. By Philip K. Hitti, Nabih Amin Faris and Butrus Abd-Al-Malik. Princeton, Princeton University Press; London, Oxford University Press, 1938. pp. 764. Leather, $15.00.

A Doctor without a Country. By Thomas A. Lambie, M.D. New York, Fleming H. Reveil Company, 1939. pp. 252. $2.00.

Ararat. By Elgin Groseclose. New York, Carrick and Evans, 1939. $2.50.

Annual Bibliography of Islamic Art and Archaeology—India Excepted, With the Collaboration of Dja'far‘Abd Ei-Kader, M. Aga-Oglu, F. Bajraktarevic, M. Abdullah Chaghtai, R. Ettinghausen, Zaky M. Hassan, Vera Kratchkovskaya, C. J. Lamm,‘Abd Ar-Razzaq Lutfi, F. L. Max, St. Przeworski, S. Reich, P. Ricard, G. and M. Rodinson, J. Rypka, A. Van de Put, J. P. Vogel, J. Walker, A. Wheen. Edited by L. A. Mayer. Vol. III. 1937. Jerusalem, Igarta Divan Publishing House 1939. pp. 96.