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The book of the thousand nights and a night

Author: Richard Francis Burton, SirEmile Van VlietValenti AngeloGeorge MacyEdith Goodkind RosenwaldAll authors
Publisher: New York : Limited Editions Club, 1934
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Francis Burton, Sir; Emile Van Vliet; Valenti Angelo; George Macy; Edith Goodkind Rosenwald; William Edwin Rudge (Firm),; Limited Editions Club,; Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (Library of Congress); Limited Editions Club Collection (Library of Congress)
OCLC Number: 795978
Notes: "General editor of the text, Emile Van Vliet. The designer of the edition, George Macy"--Colophon.
Limited ed. of 1500 copies, signed by the illustrator.
Issued in slipcase.
Includes index.
LC has "copyright copy."
Description: 6 volumes (xvii, 3975 pages) : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: v. 1. --
The Story Of King Shahryar And His Brother --
The Tale of the Bull and the Ass --
The Tale Of The Trader And The Jinni --
The First Shaykh's Story --
The Second Shaykh's Story --
The Third Shaykh's Story --
The Tale Of The Fisherman And The Jinni --
The Tale of the Wazir and the Sage Duban --
The Tale of King Sindibad and his Falcon --
The Tale of the Husband and the Parrot --
The Tale of the Prince and the Ogress --
The Tale of the Ensorcelled Prince --
The Tale Of The Porter And The Three Ladies Of Baghdad --
the First Kalandar's Tale --
The Second Kalandar's Tale --
The Tale of the Envier and the Envied --
The Third Kalandar's Tale --
The Eldest Lady's Tale --
The Tale of the Portress --
The Tale Of The Three Apples --
The Tale of Nur al-Din Ali and his Son --
The Hunchback's Tale --
The Nazarene Broker's Story --
The Reeve's Tale --
The Tale of the Jewish Doctor --
The Tale of the Tailor --
The Barber's Tale of Himself --
The Barber's Tale of his First Brother --
The Barber's Tale of his Second Brother --
The Barber's Tale of his Third Brother --
The Barber's Tale of his Fourth Brother --
The Barber's Tale of his Fifth Brother --
The Barber's Tale of his Sixth Brother --
The End of the Tailor's Tale --
The Tale Of Nur Al-Din Ali And The Damsel Anis Al-Jalis --
The Tale of Ghanim Bin Ayyub, The Distraught, The Thrall o'Love --
The Tale of the First Eunuch, Bukhayt --
The Tale of the Second Eunuch, Kafur --
The Tale Of King Omar Bin Al-Nu'uman And His Sons Sharrkan And Zau Al-Makan --
v. 2. --
The Tale Of King Omar Bin Al-Nu'uman And His Sons Sharrkan And Zau Al-Makan (Continued) --
The Tale of Taj al-Muluk and the Princess Dunya (The Lover and the Loved) --
The Tale of Aziz and Azizah --
The Tale of the Hashish Eater --
The Tale of Hammad the Badawi --
The Tale Of The Birds And The Beasts And The Carpenter --
The Tale of the Hermits --
The Tale of the Water-Fowl and the Tortoise --
The Tale of the Wolf and the Fox --
The Tale of the Falcon and the Partridge --
The Tale of the Mouse and the Ichneumon --
the Tale of the Cat and the Cow --
The Tale of the Fox and the Crow --
The Tale of the Flea and the Mouse --
The Tale of the Saker and the Birds --
The Tale of the Sparrow and the Eagle --
The Tale of the Hedgehog and the Wood Pigeons --
The Tale of the Merchant and the Two Sharpers --
The Tale of the Thief and his Monkey --
The Tale of the Foolish Weaver --
The Tale of the Sparrow and the Peacock --
The Tale Of Ali Bin Bakkar And Of Shams Al-Nahar --
The Tale of Kamar Al-Zaman --
The Tale of Ni'amah bin al-Rabi'a and Naomi his Slave-Girl --
The Tale of Ala Al-Din Abu Al-Shamat --
The Tale of Hatim of the Tribe of Tayy --
The Tale of Ma'an the Son of Zaidah --
The Tale of Ma'an Son of Zaidah and the Badawi --
The Tale of the City of Labtayt. v. 3. --
The Tale Of The Caliph Hisham And The Arab Youth --
The Tale of Ibrahim bin al-Mahdi and the Barber-Surgeon --
The Tale of the City of Many-Columned Iram and Abdullah Son of Abi Kilabah --
The Tale of Isaac of Mosul --
The Tale of the Sweep and the Noble Lady --
The Tale Of The Mock Caliph --
The Tale of Ali the Persian --
The Tale of Harun al-Rashid and the Slave-Girl and the Imam Abu Yusuf --
The Tale of the Lover who Feigned Himself a Thief --
The Tale of Ja'afar the Barmecide and the Bean-Seller --
The Tale of Abu Mohammed hight Lazybones --
The Tale of the Generous Dealing of Yahya bin Khalid the Barmecide with Mansur --
The Tale of the Generous Dealiing of Yahya Son of Khalid with a Man who Forged a Letter in his Name --
The Tale of the Caliph Al-Maamun and the Strange Scholar --
The Tale Of Ali Shar And Zumurbud --
The Tale of the Loves of Jubayr bin Umayr and the Lady Budur --
The Tale of the Man of Al-Yaman and his Six Slave-Girls --
The Tale of Harun al-Rashid and the Damsel and Abu Nowas --
The Tale of the Man who stole the Dish of Gold wherein the Dog ate --
The Tale of the Sharper of Alexandria and the Chief of Police --
The Tale Of Al-Malik Al-Nasir And The Three Chiefs Of Police --
The Tale of the Chief of Police of Cairo --
The Tale of the Chief of the Bulak Police --
The Tale of the Chief of the Old Cairo Police --
The Tale of the Thief and the Shroff --
The Tale of the Chief of the Kus Police and the Sharper --
The Tale of Ibrahim bin al-Mahdi and the Merchant's Sister --
The Tale of the Woman whosw Hands were Cut Off for Giving Alms to the Poor --
The Tale of the Devout Israelite --
The Tale of Abu Hassan Al-Ziyadi and the Khorasan --
The Tale of the Poor Man and his Friend in Need --
The Tale of the Ruined Man who became Rich Again through a Dream --
The Tale of the Caliph Al-Mutawakkil and his Concubine Mahbubah --
The Tale of Wardan the Butcher; His Adventure with the Lady and the Bear --
The Tale of the King's Daughter and the Ape --
The Tale Of The Ebony Horse --
The Tale of Uns al-Wujud and the Wazir's Daughter Al-Ward Fi'l-Akmam or Rose-in-Hood --
The Tale Of Abu Nowas With The Three Boys And The Caliph Harun Al-Rashid --
The Tale of Abdallah bin Ma'amar with the Man of Bassorah and his Slave-Girl --
The Tale of the Lovers of the Banu Ozrah --
The Tale of the Wazir of Al-yaman and his Young Brother --
The Tale of the Loves of the Boy and Girl at School --
The Tale of Al-Mutalammis and his Wife Umaymah --
The Tale of the Caliph Harun al-Rashid and Queen Zubaydah in the Bath --
The Tale of Harun al-Rashid and the Three Poets --
The Tale of Mus'ab bin al-Zubayr and Ayishah his Wife --
The Tale of Abuy al-Aswad and his Slave-Girl --
The Tale of Harun al-Rashid and the Two Slave-Girls --
The Tale of the Caliph Harun al-Rashid and the Three Slave-Girls --
The Tale of the Miller and his Wife --
The Tale of the Simpleton and the Sharper --
The Tale of the Kazi Abu Yusuf with Harun al-Rashid and Queen Zubaydah --
The Tale of the Caliph Al-Hakim and the Merchant --
The Tale of King Kisra Anushirwan and the Village Damsel --
The Tale of the Water-Carrier and the Goldsmith's Wife --
The Tale of Khusrau and Shirin and the Fisherman --
The Tale of Yahya bin Khalid the Barmecide and the Poor Man --
The Tale of Mohammed al-Amin and hte Slave-Girl --
The Tale of the Sons of Yahya bin Khalid and Sa-id bin Salim al-Bahili --
The Tale of the Woman's Trick against her Husband --
The Tale of the Devout Woman and the Two Wicked Elders --
The Tale of Ja'afar the Barmecide and the Old Badawi --
The Tale of the Caliph Omar bin al-Khattab and the Young Badawi --
The Tale of Caliph Al-Maamun and the Pyramids of Egypt --
The Tale of the Thief and the Merchant --
The Tale of Masrur the Eunuch and Ibn al-Karibi --
The Tale of the Devotee Prince --
The Tale of the Unwise Schoolmaster who Fell in Love by Report --
The Tale of the Foolish Dominie --
The Tale of the Illiterate who set up for a Schoolmaster --
The Tale of the King and the Virtuous Wife --
Abd al-Rahman the Maghribi's Story of the Rukh --
The Tale of Adi bin Zayd and the Princess Hind --
The Tale of Di'ibil al Khuza'i with the Lady and Muslim bin al-Walid --
The Tale of Isaac of Mosul and the Merchant --
The Tale of the Three Unfortunate Lovers --
The Tale of How Abu Hasan brake Wind --
The Tale of the Lovers of the Banu Tayy --
The Tale of the Mad Lover --
The Tale of the Prior who became a Moslem --
The Tale of the Loves of Abu Isa and Kurrat al-Ayn --
The Tale of Al-Amin Son of Al-Rashid and his Uncle Ibrahim bin al-Mahdi --
The Tale of Al-Fath bin Khakan and the Caliph Al-Mutawakkil --
The Tale of the Man's Dispute with the Learned Woman on the Relative Exellence of Male and Female --
The Tale of Abu Suwayd and the Pretty Old Woman --
The Tale of the Emir Ali bin Tahir and the Girl Muunis --The Tale of the Woman who had a Boy and the Other who had a Man to Lover --
The Tale Of Ali The Cairene And The Haunted House In Baghdad --
The Tale of the Pilgrim Man and the Old Woman --
The Tale of Abu al-Husn and his Slave-Girl Tawaddud --
The Tale Of The Angel Of Death With The Proud King And The Devout Man --
The Tale of the Angel of Death and the Rich King --
The Tale of the Angel of Death and the King of the Children of Israel --
The Tale of Iskandar Zu al-Karnayn and a Certain Tribe of Poor Folk --
The Tale of the Righteousness of Anushirwan --
The Tale of the Jewish Kazi and his Pious Wife --
The Tale of the Shipwrecked Woman and her Child --
The Tale of the Pious Black Slave --
The Tale of the Devout Tray-maker and his Wife --
The Tale of Al-Hajjaj and the Pious Man --
The Tale of the Blacksmith who could Handle Fire without Hurt --
The Tale of the Devotee to whom Allah gave a Cloud for Service and the Devout King --
The Tale of the Moslem Champion and the Christian Damsel --
The Tale of the Christian King's Daughter and the Moslem --
The Tale of the Prophet and the Justice of Providence --
The Tale of the Ferryman of the Nile and the Hermit --
The Tale of the Island King and the Pious Israelite --
The Tale of Abu al-Hasan and Abu Ja'afar the Leper --
The Tale Of The Queen Of The Serpents --
The Adventures of Bulukiya --
The Story of Janshah. v. 4. --
The Tale Of Sindbad The Seaman And Sindbad The Landsman --
The First Voyage of Sindbad 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 Seventh Voyage of Sindbad the Seaman according to the version of the Calcutta Edition--
The Tale Of The City Of Brass --
The Tale Of The Craft And Malice Of Woman --
The Tale of the King and his Wazir's Wife --
The Tale of the Confectioner, his Wife, and the Parrot --
The Tale of the Fuller and his Son --
The Tale of the Rake's Trick against the Chaste Wife --
The Tale of the Miser and the Loaves of Bread --
The Tale of the Lady and her Two Lovers --
The Tale of the King's Son and the Ogress --
The Tale of the Drop of Honey --
The Tale of the Woman who made her Husband Sift Dust --
The Tale of the Enchanted Spring --
The Tale of the Wazir's Son and the Hammam-keeper's Wife --
The Tale of the Wife's Device to Cheat her Husband --
The Tale of the Goldsmith and the Cahmere Singing-Girl --
The Tale of the Man who Never Laughed during the rest of his Days --
The Tale of the King's Son and the Merchant's Wife --
The Tale of the Page who Feigned to know the Speech of Birds --
The Tale of the Lady and her Five Suitors --
The Tale of the Three Wishes, or the Man who Longed to see the Night of Power --
The Tale of the Stolen Necklace --
The Tale of the Two Pigeons --
The Tale of Prince Behram and the Princess Al-Datma --
The Tale of the House with the Belvedere --
The Tale of the King's Son and the Ifrit's Mistress --
The Tale of the Sandal-Wood Merchant and the Sharpers --
The Tale of the Debauchee and the Three-year-old Child --
The Tale of the Stolen Purse --
The Tale of the Fox and the Folk --
The Tale Of Judar And His Brethren --
The Tale Of Gharib And His Brother Ajib --
The Tale Of Otbah And Rayya --
The Tale of the Hind, Daughter of Al-Nu'man, and Al-Hajjaj --
The Tale of Yunus the Scribe and the Caliph Walid bin Sahl --
The Tale of Harun al-Rashid and the Arab Girl --
The Tale of Al-Asma'i and the Three Girls of Bassorah --
The Tale of Ibrahim of Mosul and the Devil --
The Tale of the Lovers of the Banu Uzrah --
The Tale of the Badawi and his Wife --
The Tale of the Lovers of Bassorah --
The Tale of Ishak of Mosul and his Mistress and the Devil --
Te Tale of the Lovers of Al-Medinah --
The Tale of Al-Malik al-Nasir and his Wazir --
the Tale Of The Rogueries Of Dalilah The Crafty And Her Daughter Zaynab --
The Adventures of Mercury Ali of Cairo --
The Tale Of Ardashir And Hayat Al-Nufus. v. 5. --
The Tale Of Julnar The Sea-Born And Har Son King Badr Basim Of Persia --
The Tale Of King Mohammed Bin Sabaik And The Merchant Hasan --
The Tale of Prince Sayf al-Muluk and the Princess Badi'a al-Jamal --
The Tale Of Hasan Of Bassaorah --
The Tale Of Khalifah The Fisherman Of Baghdad --
The Tale of Khalif the Fisherman of Baghdad (from the Breslau Edition) --
The Tale Of Marur And Zayn Al-Mawasif --
The Tale Of Ali Nur Al-Din And Miriam The Girdle-Girl --
The Tale Of The Man Of Upper Egypt And His Frankish Wife --
The Tale of the Ruined Man Of Baghdad And His Slave-Girl --
The Tale Of King Jali'ad And His Wazir Shimas, And The History Of His Son, King Wird Khan, With His Women And Wazirs --
The Tale of the Mouse and the Cat --
The Tale of the Fakir and his Jar of Butter --
The Tale of the Fish and the Crab --
The Tale of the Crow and the Serpent --
The Tale of the Wild Ass and the Jackal --
The TAle of the Unjust King and the Pilgrim Prince --
The Tale of the Crows and the Hawk --
The Tale of the Serpent-charmer and his Wife --
The Tale of the Spider and the Wind --
The Tale of the Two Kings --
The Tale of the Blind Mand and the Cripple --
The Tale of the Foolish Fisherman --
The Tale of the Boy and the Thieves --
The Tale of the Mand and his Wife --
The Tale of the Merchant and the Robbers --
The Tale of the Jackals and the Wolf --
The Tale of the Shepherd and the Rogue --
The Tale of the Francolin and the Tortoises --
v. 6. --
The Tale Of Abu Kir The Dyer And Abu Sir The Barber --
The Tale Of Abdullah The Fisherman And Abdullah The Merman --
The Tale Of Harun Al-Rashid And Abu Hasan, The Merchant Of Oman --
The Tale Of Ibrahim And Jamilah --
The Tale Of Abu Al-Hasan Of Khorasan --
The Tale Of Kamar Al-Zaman And The Jeweller's Wife --
The Tale Of Abdullah Bin Fazil And His Brothers --
The Tale Of Ma'aruf The Cobbler And His Wife --
Conclusion --
Terminal Essay --
The Origin of the Nights --
The Nights in Europe --
The Mater and the Manner of the Nights --
Social Condition --
On the Prose-rhyme and the Poetry of the Nights --
L'Envoi --
Index I --
Index II.
Other Titles: Arabian nights.
Responsibility: a plain and literal translation of the Arabian nights entertainments made and annotated by Richard F. Burton ; decorated with illustrations by Valenti Angelo.

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schema:description"v. 5. -- The Tale Of Julnar The Sea-Born And Har Son King Badr Basim Of Persia -- The Tale Of King Mohammed Bin Sabaik And The Merchant Hasan -- The Tale of Prince Sayf al-Muluk and the Princess Badi'a al-Jamal -- The Tale Of Hasan Of Bassaorah -- The Tale Of Khalifah The Fisherman Of Baghdad -- The Tale of Khalif the Fisherman of Baghdad (from the Breslau Edition) -- The Tale Of Marur And Zayn Al-Mawasif -- The Tale Of Ali Nur Al-Din And Miriam The Girdle-Girl -- The Tale Of The Man Of Upper Egypt And His Frankish Wife -- The Tale of the Ruined Man Of Baghdad And His Slave-Girl -- The Tale Of King Jali'ad And His Wazir Shimas, And The History Of His Son, King Wird Khan, With His Women And Wazirs -- The Tale of the Mouse and the Cat -- The Tale of the Fakir and his Jar of Butter -- The Tale of the Fish and the Crab -- The Tale of the Crow and the Serpent -- The Tale of the Wild Ass and the Jackal -- The TAle of the Unjust King and the Pilgrim Prince -- The Tale of the Crows and the Hawk -- The Tale of the Serpent-charmer and his Wife -- The Tale of the Spider and the Wind -- The Tale of the Two Kings -- The Tale of the Blind Mand and the Cripple -- The Tale of the Foolish Fisherman -- The Tale of the Boy and the Thieves -- The Tale of the Mand and his Wife -- The Tale of the Merchant and the Robbers -- The Tale of the Jackals and the Wolf -- The Tale of the Shepherd and the Rogue -- The Tale of the Francolin and the Tortoises -- v. 6. -- The Tale Of Abu Kir The Dyer And Abu Sir The Barber -- The Tale Of Abdullah The Fisherman And Abdullah The Merman -- The Tale Of Harun Al-Rashid And Abu Hasan, The Merchant Of Oman -- The Tale Of Ibrahim And Jamilah -- The Tale Of Abu Al-Hasan Of Khorasan -- The Tale Of Kamar Al-Zaman And The Jeweller's Wife -- The Tale Of Abdullah Bin Fazil And His Brothers -- The Tale Of Ma'aruf The Cobbler And His Wife -- Conclusion -- Terminal Essay -- The Origin of the Nights -- The Nights in Europe -- The Mater and the Manner of the Nights -- Social Condition -- On the Prose-rhyme and the Poetry of the Nights -- L'Envoi -- Index I -- Index II."@en
schema:description"v. 3. -- The Tale Of The Caliph Hisham And The Arab Youth -- The Tale of Ibrahim bin al-Mahdi and the Barber-Surgeon -- The Tale of the City of Many-Columned Iram and Abdullah Son of Abi Kilabah -- The Tale of Isaac of Mosul -- The Tale of the Sweep and the Noble Lady -- The Tale Of The Mock Caliph -- The Tale of Ali the Persian -- The Tale of Harun al-Rashid and the Slave-Girl and the Imam Abu Yusuf -- The Tale of the Lover who Feigned Himself a Thief -- The Tale of Ja'afar the Barmecide and the Bean-Seller -- The Tale of Abu Mohammed hight Lazybones -- The Tale of the Generous Dealing of Yahya bin Khalid the Barmecide with Mansur -- The Tale of the Generous Dealiing of Yahya Son of Khalid with a Man who Forged a Letter in his Name -- The Tale of the Caliph Al-Maamun and the Strange Scholar -- The Tale Of Ali Shar And Zumurbud -- The Tale of the Loves of Jubayr bin Umayr and the Lady Budur -- The Tale of the Man of Al-Yaman and his Six Slave-Girls -- The Tale of Harun al-Rashid and the Damsel and Abu Nowas -- The Tale of the Man who stole the Dish of Gold wherein the Dog ate -- The Tale of the Sharper of Alexandria and the Chief of Police -- The Tale Of Al-Malik Al-Nasir And The Three Chiefs Of Police -- The Tale of the Chief of Police of Cairo -- The Tale of the Chief of the Bulak Police -- The Tale of the Chief of the Old Cairo Police -- The Tale of the Thief and the Shroff -- The Tale of the Chief of the Kus Police and the Sharper -- The Tale of Ibrahim bin al-Mahdi and the Merchant's Sister -- The Tale of the Woman whosw Hands were Cut Off for Giving Alms to the Poor -- The Tale of the Devout Israelite -- The Tale of Abu Hassan Al-Ziyadi and the Khorasan -- The Tale of the Poor Man and his Friend in Need -- The Tale of the Ruined Man who became Rich Again through a Dream -- The Tale of the Caliph Al-Mutawakkil and his Concubine Mahbubah -- The Tale of Wardan the Butcher; His Adventure with the Lady and the Bear -- The Tale of the King's Daughter and the Ape -- The Tale Of The Ebony Horse -- The Tale of Uns al-Wujud and the Wazir's Daughter Al-Ward Fi'l-Akmam or Rose-in-Hood -- The Tale Of Abu Nowas With The Three Boys And The Caliph Harun Al-Rashid -- The Tale of Abdallah bin Ma'amar with the Man of Bassorah and his Slave-Girl -- The Tale of the Lovers of the Banu Ozrah -- The Tale of the Wazir of Al-yaman and his Young Brother -- The Tale of the Loves of the Boy and Girl at School -- The Tale of Al-Mutalammis and his Wife Umaymah -- The Tale of the Caliph Harun al-Rashid and Queen Zubaydah in the Bath -- The Tale of Harun al-Rashid and the Three Poets -- The Tale of Mus'ab bin al-Zubayr and Ayishah his Wife -- The Tale of Abuy al-Aswad and his Slave-Girl -- The Tale of Harun al-Rashid and the Two Slave-Girls -- The Tale of the Caliph Harun al-Rashid and the Three Slave-Girls -- The Tale of the Miller and his Wife -- The Tale of the Simpleton and the Sharper -- The Tale of the Kazi Abu Yusuf with Harun al-Rashid and Queen Zubaydah -- The Tale of the Caliph Al-Hakim and the Merchant -- The Tale of King Kisra Anushirwan and the Village Damsel -- The Tale of the Water-Carrier and the Goldsmith's Wife -- The Tale of Khusrau and Shirin and the Fisherman -- The Tale of Yahya bin Khalid the Barmecide and the Poor Man -- The Tale of Mohammed al-Amin and hte Slave-Girl -- The Tale of the Sons of Yahya bin Khalid and Sa-id bin Salim al-Bahili -- The Tale of the Woman's Trick against her Husband -- The Tale of the Devout Woman and the Two Wicked Elders -- The Tale of Ja'afar the Barmecide and the Old Badawi -- The Tale of the Caliph Omar bin al-Khattab and the Young Badawi -- The Tale of Caliph Al-Maamun and the Pyramids of Egypt -- The Tale of the Thief and the Merchant -- The Tale of Masrur the Eunuch and Ibn al-Karibi -- The Tale of the Devotee Prince -- The Tale of the Unwise Schoolmaster who Fell in Love by Report -- The Tale of the Foolish Dominie -- The Tale of the Illiterate who set up for a Schoolmaster -- The Tale of the King and the Virtuous Wife -- Abd al-Rahman the Maghribi's Story of the Rukh -- The Tale of Adi bin Zayd and the Princess Hind -- The Tale of Di'ibil al Khuza'i with the Lady and Muslim bin al-Walid -- The Tale of Isaac of Mosul and the Merchant -- The Tale of the Three Unfortunate Lovers -- The Tale of How Abu Hasan brake Wind -- The Tale of the Lovers of the Banu Tayy -- The Tale of the Mad Lover -- The Tale of the Prior who became a Moslem -- The Tale of the Loves of Abu Isa and Kurrat al-Ayn -- The Tale of Al-Amin Son of Al-Rashid and his Uncle Ibrahim bin al-Mahdi -- The Tale of Al-Fath bin Khakan and the Caliph Al-Mutawakkil -- The Tale of the Man's Dispute with the Learned Woman on the Relative Exellence of Male and Female -- The Tale of Abu Suwayd and the Pretty Old Woman -- The Tale of the Emir Ali bin Tahir and the Girl Muunis --The Tale of the Woman who had a Boy and the Other who had a Man to Lover -- The Tale Of Ali The Cairene And The Haunted House In Baghdad -- The Tale of the Pilgrim Man and the Old Woman -- The Tale of Abu al-Husn and his Slave-Girl Tawaddud -- The Tale Of The Angel Of Death With The Proud King And The Devout Man -- The Tale of the Angel of Death and the Rich King -- The Tale of the Angel of Death and the King of the Children of Israel -- The Tale of Iskandar Zu al-Karnayn and a Certain Tribe of Poor Folk -- The Tale of the Righteousness of Anushirwan -- The Tale of the Jewish Kazi and his Pious Wife -- The Tale of the Shipwrecked Woman and her Child -- The Tale of the Pious Black Slave -- The Tale of the Devout Tray-maker and his Wife -- The Tale of Al-Hajjaj and the Pious Man -- The Tale of the Blacksmith who could Handle Fire without Hurt -- The Tale of the Devotee to whom Allah gave a Cloud for Service and the Devout King -- The Tale of the Moslem Champion and the Christian Damsel -- The Tale of the Christian King's Daughter and the Moslem -- The Tale of the Prophet and the Justice of Providence -- The Tale of the Ferryman of the Nile and the Hermit -- The Tale of the Island King and the Pious Israelite -- The Tale of Abu al-Hasan and Abu Ja'afar the Leper -- The Tale Of The Queen Of The Serpents -- The Adventures of Bulukiya -- The Story of Janshah."@en
schema:description"v. 1. -- The Story Of King Shahryar And His Brother -- The Tale of the Bull and the Ass -- The Tale Of The Trader And The Jinni -- The First Shaykh's Story -- The Second Shaykh's Story -- The Third Shaykh's Story -- The Tale Of The Fisherman And The Jinni -- The Tale of the Wazir and the Sage Duban -- The Tale of King Sindibad and his Falcon -- The Tale of the Husband and the Parrot -- The Tale of the Prince and the Ogress -- The Tale of the Ensorcelled Prince -- The Tale Of The Porter And The Three Ladies Of Baghdad -- the First Kalandar's Tale -- The Second Kalandar's Tale -- The Tale of the Envier and the Envied -- The Third Kalandar's Tale -- The Eldest Lady's Tale -- The Tale of the Portress -- The Tale Of The Three Apples -- The Tale of Nur al-Din Ali and his Son -- The Hunchback's Tale -- The Nazarene Broker's Story -- The Reeve's Tale -- The Tale of the Jewish Doctor -- The Tale of the Tailor -- The Barber's Tale of Himself -- The Barber's Tale of his First Brother -- The Barber's Tale of his Second Brother -- The Barber's Tale of his Third Brother -- The Barber's Tale of his Fourth Brother -- The Barber's Tale of his Fifth Brother -- The Barber's Tale of his Sixth Brother -- The End of the Tailor's Tale -- The Tale Of Nur Al-Din Ali And The Damsel Anis Al-Jalis -- The Tale of Ghanim Bin Ayyub, The Distraught, The Thrall o'Love -- The Tale of the First Eunuch, Bukhayt -- The Tale of the Second Eunuch, Kafur -- The Tale Of King Omar Bin Al-Nu'uman And His Sons Sharrkan And Zau Al-Makan -- v. 2. -- The Tale Of King Omar Bin Al-Nu'uman And His Sons Sharrkan And Zau Al-Makan (Continued) -- The Tale of Taj al-Muluk and the Princess Dunya (The Lover and the Loved) -- The Tale of Aziz and Azizah -- The Tale of the Hashish Eater -- The Tale of Hammad the Badawi -- The Tale Of The Birds And The Beasts And The Carpenter -- The Tale of the Hermits -- The Tale of the Water-Fowl and the Tortoise -- The Tale of the Wolf and the Fox -- The Tale of the Falcon and the Partridge -- The Tale of the Mouse and the Ichneumon -- the Tale of the Cat and the Cow -- The Tale of the Fox and the Crow -- The Tale of the Flea and the Mouse -- The Tale of the Saker and the Birds -- The Tale of the Sparrow and the Eagle -- The Tale of the Hedgehog and the Wood Pigeons -- The Tale of the Merchant and the Two Sharpers -- The Tale of the Thief and his Monkey -- The Tale of the Foolish Weaver -- The Tale of the Sparrow and the Peacock -- The Tale Of Ali Bin Bakkar And Of Shams Al-Nahar -- The Tale of Kamar Al-Zaman -- The Tale of Ni'amah bin al-Rabi'a and Naomi his Slave-Girl -- The Tale of Ala Al-Din Abu Al-Shamat -- The Tale of Hatim of the Tribe of Tayy -- The Tale of Ma'an the Son of Zaidah -- The Tale of Ma'an Son of Zaidah and the Badawi -- The Tale of the City of Labtayt."@en
schema:description"v. 4. -- The Tale Of Sindbad The Seaman And Sindbad The Landsman -- The First Voyage of Sindbad 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 Seventh Voyage of Sindbad the Seaman according to the version of the Calcutta Edition-- The Tale Of The City Of Brass -- The Tale Of The Craft And Malice Of Woman -- The Tale of the King and his Wazir's Wife -- The Tale of the Confectioner, his Wife, and the Parrot -- The Tale of the Fuller and his Son -- The Tale of the Rake's Trick against the Chaste Wife -- The Tale of the Miser and the Loaves of Bread -- The Tale of the Lady and her Two Lovers -- The Tale of the King's Son and the Ogress -- The Tale of the Drop of Honey -- The Tale of the Woman who made her Husband Sift Dust -- The Tale of the Enchanted Spring -- The Tale of the Wazir's Son and the Hammam-keeper's Wife -- The Tale of the Wife's Device to Cheat her Husband -- The Tale of the Goldsmith and the Cahmere Singing-Girl -- The Tale of the Man who Never Laughed during the rest of his Days -- The Tale of the King's Son and the Merchant's Wife -- The Tale of the Page who Feigned to know the Speech of Birds -- The Tale of the Lady and her Five Suitors -- The Tale of the Three Wishes, or the Man who Longed to see the Night of Power -- The Tale of the Stolen Necklace -- The Tale of the Two Pigeons -- The Tale of Prince Behram and the Princess Al-Datma -- The Tale of the House with the Belvedere -- The Tale of the King's Son and the Ifrit's Mistress -- The Tale of the Sandal-Wood Merchant and the Sharpers -- The Tale of the Debauchee and the Three-year-old Child -- The Tale of the Stolen Purse -- The Tale of the Fox and the Folk -- The Tale Of Judar And His Brethren -- The Tale Of Gharib And His Brother Ajib -- The Tale Of Otbah And Rayya -- The Tale of the Hind, Daughter of Al-Nu'man, and Al-Hajjaj -- The Tale of Yunus the Scribe and the Caliph Walid bin Sahl -- The Tale of Harun al-Rashid and the Arab Girl -- The Tale of Al-Asma'i and the Three Girls of Bassorah -- The Tale of Ibrahim of Mosul and the Devil -- The Tale of the Lovers of the Banu Uzrah -- The Tale of the Badawi and his Wife -- The Tale of the Lovers of Bassorah -- The Tale of Ishak of Mosul and his Mistress and the Devil -- Te Tale of the Lovers of Al-Medinah -- The Tale of Al-Malik al-Nasir and his Wazir -- the Tale Of The Rogueries Of Dalilah The Crafty And Her Daughter Zaynab -- The Adventures of Mercury Ali of Cairo -- The Tale Of Ardashir And Hayat Al-Nufus."@en
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