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[1]. "Book-Mendel" [Buchmendel] inThe Menorah Journal [New York], 20:2 [Summer 1932], pp. 118-122, 198-206. The translator is not indicated

[2]. "Buchmendel" in The Jewish Caravan. Great Stories of Twenty-five Centuries. Edited by Leo Walder Schwarz. New York: Farrar & Rinehart, Incorporated, 1935, pp. 478-497. Revised edition. New York/Chicago/San Francisco: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1965, pp. 478-497. The 1935 edition was also printed by four other publishing companies [in New York, Philadelphia, and London]. Translated by Eden and Cedar Paul

Reprinted in:

A Book of Contemporary Short Stories. Edited by Dorothy Brewster. Appendix by Lillian Barnard Gilkes. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1936, pp. (115)-147
Fantastic Night and Other Stories [London, 2004], No. 5, pp. (137)-164
The Invisible Collection * Buchmendel [London, 1998], No. 2, pp. (39)-80
Jewish Legends [New York, 1987], No. 6, pp. (225)-263
Kaleidoscope Two [London/Toronto et al., 1951], No. 1, pp. 1-32
Kaleidoscope. Thirteen Stories and Novelettes [London/Toronto et al., 1934], No. 8, pp. 231-262
Men at War. The Best War Stories of All Times. Edited by Ernest Hemingway. New York: Crown Publishers, 1942, No. 7, pp. 947-965

[3]. "Buchmendel. The Old Book Scout" in The 1954 AB Bookman's Yearbook [Antiquarian Bookman's Yearbook]. Clifton, New Jersey: Bookman's Weekly, 1954, pp. 39-50. Translated by Theodore Wesley Koch

Reprinted in:

The 1973-1974 AB Bookman's Yearbook. Clifton, New jersey: Bookman's Weekly, 1972, Part 2, pp. 6-18
The Old-Book Peddler and Other Tales for Bibliophiles [Evanston, IL, 1937], No. 3, pp. 19-73 [Here entitled: "The Old-Book Peddler. A Viennese Tale for Bibliophiles"]