Vikram and the Vampire or Tales of Hindu Devilry
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Vikram and the Vampire or Tales of Hindu Devilry

By F.R.G.S., Richard F. Burton
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Table of Contents
  • VIKRAM AND THE VAMPIRE OR TALES OF HINDU DEVILRY.
  • PREFACE.
  • CONTENTS.
  • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
  • INTRODUCTION.
  • THE VAMPIRE’S FIRST STORY. IN WHICH A MAN DECEIVES A WOMAN.
  • THE VAMPIRE’S SECOND STORY. OF THE RELATIVE VILLANY OF MEN AND WOMEN.
  • THE VAMPIRE’S THIRD STORY. OF A HIGH-MINDED FAMILY.
  • THE VAMPIRE’S FOURTH STORY. OF A WOMAN WHO TOLD THE TRUTH.
  • THE VAMPIRE’S FIFTH STORY. OF THE THIEF WHO LAUGHED AND WEPT.
  • THE VAMPIRE’S SIXTH STORY. IN WHICH THREE MEN DISPUTE ABOUT A WOMAN.
  • THE VAMPIRE’S SEVENTH STORY. SHOWING THE EXCEEDING FOLLY OF MANY WISE FOOLS.
  • THE VAMPIRE’S EIGHTH STORY. OF THE USE AND MISUSE OF MAGIC PILLS.
  • THE VAMPIRE’S NINTH STORY. SHOWING THAT A MAN’S WIFE BELONGS NOT TO HIS BODY BUT TO HIS HEAD.
  • THE VAMPIRE’S TENTH STORY.[168] OF THE MARVELLOUS DELICACY OF THREE QUEENS.
  • THE VAMPIRE’S ELEVENTH STORY. WHICH PUZZLES RAJA VIKRAM.
  • CONCLUSION.
  • FOOTNOTES
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