הספרות הערבית היהודית בתוניסיה : <1950-1850> / יוסף וצביה טובי.
On verso of t.p.: Tunisian Judaeo-Arabic literature : <1850-1950> / Yosef and Zivia Tobi.
Added t.p.: Littérature Judéo-Arabe en Tunisie
Lod (Israel)-place of publication
תל אביב : אורות יהדות המגרב
ביבליוגרפיה: ע' -295.
נוספו שער, מבוא ותוכן ענינים בצרפתית.
311, , 9 עמודים
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