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Stories from the thousand and one nights : (The Arabian nights' entertainments)

Author: Edward William Lane; Stanley Lane-Poole
Publisher: New York : Collier, ©1937.
Series: Harvard classics, v. 16.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : Registered edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward William Lane; Stanley Lane-Poole
OCLC Number: 2218498
Description: 441 pages, [1] leaf of plates ; 22 cm.
Contents: Nights 1-3. 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. Nights 3-9. 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. Nights 9-18. 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. Nights 24-32. 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. Nights 32-36. The story of Nur-Ed-Din and Enis-El-Jelis. Nights 537-566. The story of Es-Sindibad of the sea and Es-Sindibad of the land --
The first voyage of Es-Sindibad of the sea --
The second voyage of Es-Sindibad of the sea --
The third voyage of Es-Sindibad of the sea --
The fourth voyage of Es-Sindibad of the sea --
The fifth voyage of Es-Sindibad of the sea --
The sixth voyage of Es-Sindibad of the sea --
The seventh voyage of Es-Sindibad of the sea. Nights 566-578. The story of the city of brass. Nights 738-756. The story of Jullanar of the sea. Appendix. The story of 'Ala-ed-Din and the wonderful lamp --
The story of 'Ali Baba and the forty thieves.
Series Title: Harvard classics, v. 16.
Other Titles: Arabian nights.
Arabian nights' entertainment
Thousand and one nights
Responsibility: translated by Edward William Lane ; rev. by Stanley Lane-Poole, with introd. and notes.

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