The most important modern editions are those of Mario Hernández, in Alianza (together with First Songs), of 1981, and that of Andrew A. Anderson, in Espasa-Calpe (with Diván and Crying by Ignacio Sánchez Mejías), of 1988. The Nós edition was the basis for the later ones, but given the suspicion of excessive intervention by Blanco-Amor, some editors also checked with the manuscripts.