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The Arabian nights' entertainments : or, The book of a thousand nights and a night

Author: Richard Francis Burton, Sir; Bennett Cerf; Ben Ray Redman
Publisher: New York : Modern library, [©1932]
Series: Modern library of the world's best books.
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A selection of the most famous and representative of these tales from the plain and literal translations by Richard F. Burton; the stories have been chosen and arranged by Bennett A. Cerf and are printed complete and unabridged with many of Burton's notes; introductory essay by Ben Ray Redman.
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Arabian nights. English. Selections.
Arabian nights' entertainments.
New York, Modern library [©1932]
(OCoLC)647401924
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Francis Burton, Sir; Bennett Cerf; Ben Ray Redman
OCLC Number: 322981
Notes: "First Modern library edition, 1932."
Description: 2 preliminary leaves, iii-xiv, 823 pages ; 17 cm.
Contents: Story Of King Shahryar And His Brother --
The Tale of the Bull and the Ass --
The Tales Of Shahrazad --
The Fisherman And The Jinni --
The Tale of the ensorcelled Prince --
The Porter And The Three Ladies Of Baghdad --
The first Kalandar's tale --
The second Kalandar's tale --
The third Kalandar's tale --
The eldest Lady's tale --
Tale of the Portress --
The Tale Of The Three Apples --
Tale Of Nur Al-Din Ali And His Son Badr Al-Din Hasan --
Tale Of Ghanim Bin Ayyub, The Distraught, The Thrall o'Love --
Tale of the first eunuch, Bukhayt --
Tale of the second eunuch, Kafur --
The Tale Of The Birds And Beasts And The Carpenter --
The Hermits --
The Tale Of Kamar Al-Zaman --
Hatim Of The Tribe Of Tayy --
The Tale of Ma'an Son Of Zaidah And The Badawi --
The City of Many-Columned Iram --
The Sweep And The Noble Lady --
Ali The Persian --
The Man Who Stole The Dish Of Gold Wherein The Dog Ate --
The Ruined Man Who Became Rich Again Through A Dream --
The Ebony Horse --
How Abu Hason Brake Wind --
The Angel Of Death With The Proud King And The Devout Man --
Sindbad The Seaman And Sindbad The Landsman --
First voyage of Sindbad Hight the Seaman --
The second voyage of Sindbad the Seaman --
The third voyage of Sindbad the Seaman --
The fourth voyage of Sindbad the Seaman --
The fifth voyage of Sindbad the Seaman --
The sixth voyage of Sindbad the Seaman --
The seventh voyage of Sindbad the Seaman --
The City Of Brass --
The Lady And Her Five Suitors --
Judar And His Brethren --
Julnar The Sea-Born And Her Sond King Badr Basim Of Persia --
Khalifah The Fishterman Of Baghdad --
Abu Kir The Dyer And Abu Sir The Barber --
The Sleeper And The Waker --
Alaeddin; or, The Wonderful Lamp --
Ali Baba And The Forty Thieves --
Ma'aruf The Cobbler And His Wife Fatimah --
Conclusion.
Series Title: Modern library of the world's best books.
Other Titles: Arabian nights.
Book of a thousand nights and a night
Thousand nights and a night
Responsibility: a selection of the most famous and representative of these tales from the plain and literal translations by Richard F. Burton ; the stories have been chosen and arranged by Bennett A. Cerf and are printed complete and unabridged with many of Burton's notes ; introductory essay by Ben Ray Redman.

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A selection of the most famous and representative of these tales from the plain and literal translations by Richard F. Burton; the stories have been chosen and arranged by Bennett A. Cerf and are printed complete and unabridged with many of Burton's notes; introductory essay by Ben Ray Redman.

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