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Can anyone recommend standalone editions of the Maharsha's commentary on Shas? I am looking for ones with clear print, in all-Hebrew.

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  • Of interest hebrewbooks.org/…
    – Dr. Shmuel
    Feb 28 at 21:09
  • It is important to note that the author stipulated in his introduction that whenever his book shall be published it must contain both sections of his writings otherwise it is forbidden to publish. Fun fact
    – Dr. Shmuel
    Feb 28 at 21:09
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    Why do you want this? What's wrong with the edition in back of ubiquitous talmudim?
    – Double AA
    Mar 1 at 0:00
  • @DoubleAA perhaps he is using an old vilna offset
    – Dr. Shmuel
    Mar 1 at 0:12
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    It's not in the back of my Shas. I own the Koren all-Hebrew Vilna-Steinsaltz Edition. The commentary by R. Steinsaltz is amazing, but the commentary by the Maharsha is not found in the back.
    – Bs234570
    Mar 1 at 12:16

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The only one I have ever seen is Maharsha HeAruch. Each Masechta is its own volume, with a lot of commentary on the page. But it's very useful if you want help with Maharsha.

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