A plain and literal translation of the Arabian nights entertainments, now entituled The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night (3 of 17)
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A plain and literal translation of the Arabian nights entertainments, now entituled The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night (3 of 17)

By Richard F. Burton
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  • The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night Vol III
  • CONTENTS OF THE THIRD VOLUME.
  • CONTINUATION OF THE TALE OF KING OMAR BIN AL-NU'UMAN AND HIS SONS SHARRKAN AND ZAU AL-MAKAN.
    • THE TALE OF THE HASHISH EATER.
    • THE TALE OF HAMMAD THE BADAWI;
  • THE TALE OF THE BIRDS AND BEASTS AND THE CARPENTER.[130]
  • THE HERMITS.
  • TALE OF THE WATER-FOWL AND THE TORTOISE.
  • TALE OF THE WOLF AND THE FOX.[150]
    • TALE OF THE FALCON[155] AND THE PARTRIDGE.[156]
  • TALE OF THE MOUSE AND THE ICHNEUMON.[165]
  • THE CAT[166] AND THE CROW.
  • THE FOX AND THE CROW.
    • THE FLEA AND THE MOUSE.
    • THE SAKER[169] AND THE BIRDS.
    • THE SPARROW AND THE EAGLE.
  • THE HEDGEHOG AND THE WOOD-PIGEONS.
    • THE MERCHANT AND THE TWO SHARPERS.
  • THE THIEF AND HIS MONKEY.[171]
    • THE FOOLISH WEAVER.
  • THE SPARROW AND THE PEACOCK.
  • TALE of ALI BIN BAKKAR and of SHAMS AL-NAHAR.
  • TALE OF KAMAR AL-ZAMAN,
  • INDEX.
  • TRANSCRIBER'S NOTES
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