Have you ever wondered, when in old books you see these caches of ancient manuscripts found by archaeologists and adventurers in the past, what ever happened to the texts they discovered?
The man with the candle was Paul Pelliot, and the cache included several of the manuscripts, now in Paris, used in Craig Jamieson's  A Study of Nagarjuna's Twenty Verses… (New York : Lang, 2000, ISBN 0820418994). Some of the others used in the book were brought to London by Sir Marc Aurel Stein.
Anyone interested in the second-century Buddhist philosopher Nagarjuna will be interested in this book. And anyone interested in the Dunhuang cache of manuscripts would also be interested in this book.  As the Dalai Lama's translator, Geshe Thupten Jinpa has said, this is, "a remarkable example of what a combination of Sanskrit and Tibetan scholarship can do to illuminate the meaning of ancient Buddhist texts".
  Extracts From The Book
New York : Peter Lang, 2000
ISBN: 0820418994
New Delhi : D.K. Printworld, 2001
ISBN: 8124601755