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The Arabian nights, or, Tales told by Sheherezade during a thousand nights and one night

Author: Brian Alderson; Michael Foreman
Publisher: New York : Morrow Junior Books, 1995.
Series: Books of wonder.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An illustrated collection of stories from the "Arabian Nights," including those of Sinbad, Ali Baba, and Aladdin.
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Genre/Form: Fairy tales
Folklore
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brian Alderson; Michael Foreman
ISBN: 0688142192 9780688142193
OCLC Number: 31517849
Notes: "First published in Great Britain in 1992 by Victor Gollancz Ltd"--Verso T. page.
Description: 191 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm.
Contents: The two kings, Shah Shahryar and Shah Zaman, and the wazir's daughter Sheherezade who told these tales during a thousand nights and one night --
The tale of the fisherman and the jinni : the tale which the fisherman told of the sage Duban in which King Yunan tells. The tale of the loyal falcon ; The tale of the faithful parrot --
The tale of the porter of Baghdad --
The tale of the hunchback. His lamentable death ; What happened at the sultan's court --
The fable of the birds and the beasts and the carpenter --
The fable of the wolf and the fox --
The fable of the mongoose and the mouse --
The tale of the ebony horse. His coming ; What happened to the prince ; The homecoming of the ebony horse ; What happened to the princess ; And how it all ended --
The tale which Ali the Persian told to amuse Harun al-Rashid --
Ma'an bin-Zaidah, the donkey, and the cucumbers --
The story of Sindbad [Sinbad] the porter and Sindbad the sailor in which Sindbad the sailor tells. The tale of the vanishing island, and his ; Adventure of the Valley of Diamonds, and his ; Adventure with the old man of the sea --
The tale of the city of brass. Of the jars of Solomon ; Of the black castle ; Of the Ifrit Dahish ; Of the city of brass ; Of the ending of the journey --
The tale of the man who stole the dog's golden dish --
The tale of the ruined man and his dream --
The tale of the simpleton and his donkey --
The tale of Ja'afar the barmecide and the ailing Bedouin --
The story of Ali Baba and the forty thieves. The cave ; The kitchen scales ; Kasim's come-uppance ; Coping with the corpse ; Calcification ; The captain's craft ; The kitchener's craft ; How it ended --
The story of Aladdin and the slave of the lamp. The uncle ; The cave ; The lamp ; The princess ; Bridegroom number one ; Bridegroom number two ; The wizard ; How it ended --
How it all ended.
Series Title: Books of wonder.
Other Titles: Arabian nights.
Tales told by Sheherezade during a thousand nights and one night.
Responsibility: retold by Brian Alderson ; illustrated by Michael Foreman.
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An illustrated collection of stories from the "Arabian Nights," including those of Sinbad, Ali Baba, and Aladdin.

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