ARABIAN NIGHTS
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ARABIAN NIGHTS

Editorial:
RICHARD F. BURTON
ISBN:
9781928116196
Formato:
Epublication content package
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ALL 171 Arabian Tales - 10 volumes in 1! 2000 pages+ of stories ... Unabridged.

Aladdin's Wonderful Magic Lamp, Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, the Seven Voyages of Sinbad ... all here!

Your Illustrated Deluxe Illustrated Edition contains

+ 3 Major Critical Essays -
* Treatise on ?The Prose Poetry of the Nights?
* Paper on ?Social Conditions Proposed by the Nights?
* Essay on the ?Origin of the Nights?
+ Links to free audiobook versions
+ Over 25 illustrations by William Harvey, Maxfield Parrish, & Thomas Dalziel

One Thousand and One Nights (1001 nights) is a collection of West and South Asian stories and folk tales compiled in Arabic during the Islamic Golden Age. It is often known in English as the Arabian Nights, from the first English language edition in 1706, which rendered the title as The Arabian Nights' Entertainment.

Best Loved Tales include:

* The Story of the Merchant and the Jinni
* The Story of the First Sheykh and the Gazelle
* The Story of the Second Sheykh and the Two Black Hounds
* The Story of the Third Sheykh and the Mule
* The Story of the Fisherman
* The Story of King Yunan and the Sage Duban
* The Story of the Husband and the Parrot
* The Story of the Envious Wezir and the Prince and the Ghuleh
* The Story of the Young King of the Black Islands
* The Story of the Porter and the Ladies of Baghdad, and of the Three Royal Mendicants, Etc.
* The Story of the First Royal Mendicant
* The Story of the Second Royal Mendicant
* The Story of the Envier and the Envied
* The Story of the Third Royal Mendicant
* The Story of the First of the Three Ladies of Baghdad
* The Story of the Second of the Three Ladies of Baghdad
* The Story of the Humpback
* The Story Told by the Christian Broker
* The Story Told by the Sultan?s Steward
* The Story Told by the Jewish Physician
* The Story Told by the Tailor
* The Barber?s Story of Himself
* The Barber?s Story of His First Brother
* The Barber?s Story of His Second Brother
* The Barber?s Story of His Third Brother
* The Barber?s Story of His Fourth Brother
* The Barber?s Fifth Brother
* The Barber?s Story of His Sixth Brother
* The Story of Nur-Ed-din and Enis-El-Jelis
* The Story of Sindbad of the Sea and Sindbad of the Land
* The First Voyage of Sindbad of the Sea
* The Second Voyage of Sindbad of the Sea
* The Third Voyage of Sindbad of the Sea
* The Fourth Voyage of Sindbad of the Sea
* The Fifth Voyage of Sindbad of the Sea
* The Sixth Voyage of Sindbad of the Sea
* The Seventh Voyage of Sindbad of the Sea
* The Story of the City of Brass
* The Story of Jullanar of the S

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