A plain and literal translation of the Arabian nights entertainments, now entituled The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night Volume 6 (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 Volume 6 (of 17)

By Richard F. Burton
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Table of Contents
  • The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night Vol VI
  • CONTENTS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME.
  • SINDBAD THE SEAMAN[1] AND SINDBAD THE LANDSMAN.
    • FIRST VOYAGE OF SINDBAD HIGHT THE SEAMAN.[5]
    • 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
  • THE CITY OF BRASS.[104]
  • CRAFT AND MALICE OF WOMEN,[153] OR THE TALE OF THE KING, HIS SON, HIS CONCUBINE AND THE SEVEN WAZIRS.
    • THE KING AND HIS WAZIR’S WIFE.[160]
    • STORY OF THE CONFECTIONER, HIS WIFE, AND THE PARROT.
    • THE FULLER AND HIS SON.
    • THE RAKE’S TRICK AGAINST THE CHASTE WIFE.”
    • THE MISER AND THE LOAVES OF BREAD.
    • THE LADY AND HER TWO LOVERS.
    • THE KING’S SON AND THE OGRESS.[171]
    • THE DROP OF HONEY.[174]
    • THE WOMAN WHO MADE HER HUSBAND SIFT DUST.[175]
    • THE ENCHANTED SPRING.[179]
    • WAZIR’S SON AND THE HAMMAM-KEEPER’S WIFE.[186]
    • THE WIFE’S DEVICE TO CHEAT HER HUSBAND.
    • THE GOLDSMITH AND THE CASHMERE SINGING-GIRL.
    • THE MAN WHO NEVER LAUGHED DURING THE REST OF HIS DAYS.
    • THE KING’S SON AND THE MERCHANT’S WIFE.
    • THE PAGE WHO FEIGNED TO KNOW THE SPEECH OF BIRDS.[207]
    • THE LADY AND HER FIVE SUITORS.[211]
    • THE THREE WISHES,[215] OR THE MAN WHO LONGED TO SEE THE NIGHT OF POWER.
    • THE STOLEN NECKLACE.
    • THE TWO PIGEONS.[219]
    • STORY OF PRINCE BEHRAM AND THE PRINCESS AL-DATMA.
    • THE HOUSE WITH THE BELVEDERE.[221]
    • THE KING’S SON AND THE IFRIT’S MISTRESS.[239]
    • THE SANDAL-WOOD MERCHANT AND THE SHARPERS.[244]
    • THE DEBAUCHEE AND THE THREE-YEAR-OLD CHILD.
    • THE STOLEN PURSE.
    • STORY OF THE FOX AND THE FOLK.[256]
  • JUDAR[257] AND HIS BRETHREN.
  • HISTORY OF GHARIB AND HIS BROTHER AJIB.[312]
  • INDEX.
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