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Erasmus and the Jews by Shimon Markish - First Edition /First Printing - 1986 - from art longwood books and Biblio.co.uk

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Erasmus and the Jews

by Shimon Markish

Condition: Near Fine/Near Fine Plus


Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1986. cloth, hard cover in dust jacket., two minute dots to top-edge, less than pin-heads. name/place/date of art historian prior owner on front free endpaper. no other flaws or wear. no text markings. clean, no bumps, tears. a very nice copy with a tight binding.; english text is translation by anthony olcott, with afterword by arthur a. cohen.; viii-203pp.. First Edition /First Printing. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine Plus. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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