This is a well-made paperback. The body text reproduces - photographically but clearly, and in quite dense black - Holbrook Jackson's edition of 1932. The introductions are newly set. One is Holbrook Jackson's own; the other is a new introduction by William H. Gass.
The book contains all three of Burton's "Partitions". Burton's marginal notes are retained (although not on the page, but as end-notes after each Partition.) The whole book is a little over 1400 pages. The ?1932 index is 1.9%, but well done within its limits: thus, three-quarters of a page in the index is given over to LOVE and LOVE-MELANCHOLY, and the index then proceeds by way of LOVERS, LOW Countries and LUNGS to LUST, LUTHERANS and LYCANTHROPIA; and so on. There is a 14-page modern glossary.
This book is outstandingly good value.