by Printed by the Burton Society for private circulation in Denver .
Written in English
|Statement||with notes anthropological and explanatory by Richard F. Burton. Vol. 6.|
|Contributions||Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||500|
Arabian Nights: Supplemental Nights to the Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night with Notes and Anthropological and Explanatory, Vol.4 (One Thousand and One Arabian Nights (16 vol. ver.) #14)/5(17). supplemental nights to the book of the thousand nights and a night When it was the Four Hundred and Ninety-seventh Night, 7 Quoth Dunyßzßd, "O sister mine, an thou be other than sleepy, tell us one of thy fair tales, so therewith we may cut short the waking hours of this our night;" and Shahrßzßd replied, "With love and good will! the sixteenth volume of the thousand nights and a night. supplemental nights to the book of the thousand nights and a night. the say of haykar the sage. the history of al-bundukani or, the caliph harun al-rashid and the daughter of king kisra. the linguist-dame, the duenna and the king's son. Internet Archive BookReader Supplemental nights to the Book of the thousand nights and a night Internet Archive BookReader Supplemental nights to the Book of the thousand nights and a night Supplemental nights to the Book of the thousand nights and a night.
. and the date (given at the end of Night cdxxvii., folio ) is Shubát (February), A.D. This is the MS. numbered Supplément Arabe, No. In Paris, Dom Chavis forgathered with M. Cazotte, a littérateur of the category "light," an ingénieux écrivain, distinguished for "gaiety, delicacy, wit and Attic elegance," and favorably known for (inter alia) his poem "Olivier," his. Full text of "Supplemental nights to the Book of the thousand nights and a night" See other formats. SUPPLEMENTAL NIGHTS TO THE BOOK OF THE THOUSAND NIGHTS AND A NIGHT This volume and its successor (Nos. i. and ii.) contain Mr. John Payne's Tales from the Arabic; his three tomes being included in my two. upplemental ights to the book of the thousand nights and a night with notes anthropological and explanatory volume iii. part 2. the caliph’s night adventure. the story of the blind man, baba abdullah. history of sidi nu’uman. history of khwajah hasan al-habbal. ali baba and the forty thieves. ali khwajah and the merchant of baghdad.
The Plain and Literal Translation of the Arabian Nights Entertainments, now Entitled The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night. with introduction Explanatory Notes on the Manners and Customs of Moslem Men and a Terminal Essay upon the History of The Nights [12 volumes, leather binding. PDF The Book of the Thousand Nights and A Night (10 Volumes) plus Supplemental Nights (7 Volumes). SUPPLEMENTAL NIGHTS TO THE BOOK OF THE THOUSAND NIGHTS AND A NIGHT. THE HISTORY OF THE KING'S SON OF SIND AND THE LADY FATIMAH. The Four Hundred and Ninety-fifth Night, The Four Hundred and Ninety-seventh Night, The Four Hundred and Ninety-ninth Night, HISTORY OF THE LOVERS OF SYRIA The Five Hundred and Third Night. One Thousand and One Nights entitled The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night (, ten volumes) – the latter was, according to some assessments, partially based on the former, leading to charges of entitled The Supplemental Nights to the Thousand Nights and a Night, which were printed between and It has, Country: Middle East.