New York: The Foundation for the Advancement of Sephardic Studies and Culture, Inc., 1972. Quarto, stapled paper covers with mild wear, frontispiece photo of Albert Matarasso, vi, 447 pp., The Foundation for the Advancement of Sephardic Studies and Culture, Inc. Tract 10. In English with reproductions of the earlier editions.....
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Paris: Editions Dervy, 1953. Softbound. Royal octavo, paper covers in dust jacket wrapped in glassine, 73 pp., notes. In French. Copy 537 of 1000. Introduction, translation and notes by Paul Vuillaud.
Jerusalem: Misrad Ha-Hinikh veha-Tarbut, 1962. Softbound. Octavo, stapled paper covers, 54 pp. Text is in Hebrew.
Jerusalem: The Schocken Institute for Jewish Research of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1974. Second Improved Edition. Hardbound. Small quarto in mildly edgeworn and soiled dust jacket, frontispiece facsimile of a manuscript page, xx, 331 pp., facsimile pages, indexes. Text is in Hebrew. Edited by H. Brody and J......
Tel Aviv: Hotsaat Dvir, 1928. Hardbound. Royal octavos, brown cloth with faded gold lettering, xvi, 209 + 169 + 231 + 151 + 76 pp. Yellowed paper. Text is in Hebrew. Compiled from old editions and manuscripts by H.N. Bialik and V.H. Ravitsky.
Berlin: Hotsaat B. Cohen, 1927. Hardbound. 32mo, black cloth with gold lettering, 34 pp. In Hebrew.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. First edition thus. Hardbound. Small octavo in dust jacket, 88 pp., selected bibliography. Bilingual text on facing pages. English translation by David R. Slavitt.
Tel Aviv: Hotsaat Omanut, no date (1930s). Softbound. 16mo, soiled stapled paper covers, 37 pp., a little old pen in Hebrew in the margins. In Hebrew. Edited and Introduced by I.L. Barukh. In the series "Megilot le-Bate-ha-Sefer.
Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1923. First Edition. Hardbound. Duodecimo, blue cloth with gold lettering, lx, 255 pp. Bilingual Hebrew English text on facing pages. Translated into English Verse by Israel Zangwill. A Critical text edited by Israel Davidson.
Pieterkov: Be-hotsa'at Shakhna Shapira, 1911. Hardbound. Octavo, green cloth with a red leather label with black lettering, marbled paper covers with a small cut out heart pasted-down to the front board, 124, 200 pp., yellowed paper, new crude endpapers laid-in. Text is in Hebrew. Bound with "Sefer Devek tov: ve-hu.....