The Book of the Thousand and one Nights. Volume 1
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First Published in 1986. For this revised edition of The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night all names of persons and places and all Arabic words retained in the text have, where necessary, been compared with and corrected by Macnaghten’s Calcutta Edition of the original (1839– 42).
Table of Contents
The Tale Of King ShahryaR And Of His Brother, King Shahzaman, The Tale Of The Merchant And The Ifrit, The Fisherman And The Jinni, The Tale Of The Porter And The Young Girls, The Tale Of The Woman Cut In Pieces, The Three Apples And The Negro Raihan, The Tale Of The WaziR Nu- R Al-DiN, His Brother The Wazir Shams Al-Din, And Hasan Badr Al-Din, The Tale Of The Hunchback With The Tailor, The Christian Broker, The Steward And The Jewish Doctor; What Followed After; And The Tales Which Each Of Them Told, The Tale Of The Barber Of Baghdad And The Tales Of His Six Brothers, The Tale Of Sweet-Friend And Ali--Nur, The Tale Of Ghanim Ibn Ayyub And His Sister Fitnah, The Tale Of King Umar Al-Numan And His Two Remarkable Sons, Sharkan And Du - Al-Makan, The Delightful Tale Of The Beasts And Birds, The Tale Of Ali Ibn Bakr And The Fair Shams Alnaha
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