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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Walker, Barbara K.
Art of the Turkish tale.
Lubbock, Tex., USA : Texas Tech University Press, 1990-1993
|Material Type:||Juvenile audience|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Barbara K Walker; Helen Siegl
|ISBN:||0896722287 9780896722286 089672316X 9780896723160 0896722651 9780896722651 0896723178 9780896723177 0896723151 9780896723153 0896723186 9780896723184 975171141X 9789751711410 9751711398 9789751711397|
|Notes:||Vol. 2 published jointly by Texas Tech University Press and the Republic of Turkey, Ministry of Culture.
|Description:||2 volumes : color illustrations ; 27 cm.|
|Contents:||The Ordeals of the White-bearded Young Man The Legend of Muratpasa Mosque The Law of the Land Inherited Behavior The Substitute Bride Why Heaven Lost the Lawsuit to Hell The Industrious Woman and Her Lazy Husband The Kadi's Canine Kinfolk The Black-haired Beloved The Youngest Prince and the Unforgettable Girl Keloglan and Brother Fox Bold Girl, Solver of Problems The Padishah, His Three Sons, and the Golden Apple Prophet Idris in Heaven The Cat and the Tiger Driving for Ataturk Who is More Clever? A Bekatsi and Allah As Partners Fish Heads Arzu and Kamber The Professor and the Boatman The Hoca and Tamerlane's Elephant Nasreddin Hoca and the Oven Why Shopkeepers Share Their Customers Who Gets the Grain? Why the Pine Tree Does Not Shed Its Needles The Man Who Sought His Fate How the Vizier Won the Valuable Handkerchief Three Hunters: A Tekerleme The Quick-witted Rabbit Why Ahmet Earns More Than Mehmet Nasreddin Hoca, the Door, and the Window That's the Place! The Peddler and the Kayseri Boy Keloglan and Koroglu's Horse Kirat The Fisherman and the Little Fish The Tree That Bore Fruit on the Day It Was Planted Hasan the Broom Maker How the Devil Entered the Ark Paradise or Hell?: A Choice Made The Dragon-Prince and Banu Hasan Plucks Three Geese What Would You Do Then? Nasreddin Hoca and the 999 Liras The Farmer and the Bear From Felek to Elek The Mortality of a Caldron The Cock, the Fox, and the Renewed Ablutions It Can't Be Mine! Seven Brothers and a Sister Timid Ali and the Giants The Black Sheep and Ahmet Aga's Daughter A Ticket to Trabzon The Padishah's Three Daughters and the Spindle Seller The Prophetic Dream The Snake and Prophet Mohammed The Learned Turban The Stepdaughter Who Married the Dervish The Last Word The Boy Who Would Not Become a Decent Individual The Youngest Princess and her Donkey-skull Husband Ifrit, His Uncle, and the Aga It's So Simple, My Friend! The Bilingual Boars of Sinop Province The Prince and Pomegranate Seed The Merchant's Youngest Daughter Mison's Debt The Donkey, the Dog, the Cat, and the Cock Azrail and the Forty-day Furlough Nimrod, Abraham, and the Camel from the Rock The Girl Rescued by Three Suitors Nasreddin Hoca and Tamerlane Go Hunting Mohammed Protects Man from Satan Nimrod and the Prophet Abraham Ishmael as Intended Sacrifice Osman Kalkan and the Twice-shared Lemons Osman Effendi and the Train Ticket The Hoca and the Dessert Separation Born of Suffering The Chastity Wager on a Faithful Wife|
|Series Title:||V. 2: Ministry of Culture publications of the Republic of Turkey, 1437|
|Responsibility:||Barbara K. Walker ; illustrated by Helen Siegl.|