||Only edition of this Judeo-Arabic literary narrative by the renowned dramatist Pierre Decourcelle. The text is in two parts, each with its own title page and is set in rabbinic letters. Lah ladronah de onor was originally written in French as Voleuse d’honor (the thief of honor) and edited and translated into Judeo-Spanish by Isaac Jacob Estrumsa.
The author, Pierre Decourcelle (1856-1926) was a French dramatist and prolific writer. In 1908 , with bankers engaged with Pathé and another writer, Eugene Gugenheim, he founded the film company of the authors and men of letters (SCAGL) who devoted himself to the film adaptation of popular classics such as The Two Orphans, Pagliacci, Le Courrier de Lyon, the daughter of the scavengers, the Closerie broom, The Mysteries of Paris, etc.. He chaired the Society of Dramatic Authors and Composers in 1912 and 1913.