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The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night, Volume IV

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  • THE BOOK OF THE THOUSAND NIGHTS AND ONE NIGHT:
    • VOLUME THE FOURTH.
    • THE BOOK OF THE THOUSAND NIGHTS AND ONE NIGHT
    • HOW THE IMAM ABOU YOUSUF EXTRICATED THE KHALIF HAROUN ER RESHID AND HIS VIZIER JAAFER FROM A DILEMMA.
    • THE LOVER WHO FEIGNED HIMSELF A THIEF TO SAVE HIS MISTRESS'S HONOUR.
    • JAAFER THE BARMECIDE AND THE BEANSELLER.
  • ABOU MOHAMMED THE LAZY.
  • THE GENEROUS DEALING OF YEHYA BEN KHALID THE BARMECIDE WITH MENSOUR.
  • THE GENEROUS DEALING OF YEHYA BEN KHALID WITH A MAN WHO FORGED A LETTER IN HIS NAME.
  • THE KHALIF EL MAMOUN AND THE STRANGE DOCTOR
  • ALI SHAR AND ZUMURRUD.
  • THE LOVES OF JUBEIR BEN UMEIR AND THE LADY BUDOUR
  • THE MAN OF YEMEN AND HIS SIX SLAVE-GIRLS
  • HAROUN ER RASHID AND THE DAMSEL AND ABOU NUWAS.
  • THE MAN WHO STOLE THE DISH OF GOLD IN WHICH THE DOG ATE.
  • THE SHARPER OF ALEXANDRIA AND THE MASTER OF POLICE.
  • EL MELIK EN NASIR AND THE THREE MASTERS OF POLICE.
  • THE THIEF AND THE MONEY-CHANGER
  • THE CHIEF OF THE COUS POLICE AND THE SHARPER
  • IBRAHIM BEN EL MEHDI AND THE MERCHANT'S SISTER.
  • THE WOMAN WHOSE HANDS WERE CUT OFF FOR THAT SHE GAVE ALMS TO THE POOR.
  • THE DEVOUT ISRAELITE.
  • ABOU HASSAN EZ ZIYADI AND THE MAN FROM KHORASSAN.
  • THE POOR MAN AND HIS GENEROUS FRIEND.
  • THE RUINED MAN WHO BECAME RICH AGAIN THROUGH A DREAM.
  • THE KHALIF EL MUTAWEKKIL AND HIS FAVOURITE MEHBOUBEH.
  • WERDAN THE BUTCHER HIS ADVENTURE WITH THE LADY AND THE BEAR.
  • THE KING'S DAUGHTER AND THE APE.
  • THE ENCHANTED HORSE.
  • UNS EL WUJOUD AND THE VIZIER'S DAUGHTER ROSE-IN-BUD.
  • ABOU NUWAS WITH THE THREE BOYS AND THE KHALIF HAROUN ER RESHID.
  • ABDALLAH BEN MAAMER WITH THE MAN OF BASSORA AND HIS SLAVE-GIRL.
  • THE LOVERS OF THE BENOU UDHREH.
  • THE VIZIER OF YEMEN AND HIS YOUNG BROTHER
  • THE LOVES OF THE BOY AND GIRL AT SCHOOL.
  • EL MUTELEMMIS AND HIS WIFE UMEIMEH.
  • THE KHALIF HAROUN ER RESHID AND THE PRINCESS ZUBEIDEH IN THE BATH.
  • HAROUN ER RESHID AND THE THREE POETS.
  • MUSAB BEN EZ ZUBEIR AND AAISHEH DAUGHTER OF TELHEH.
  • ABOUL ASWED AND HIS SQUINTING SLAVE-GIRL.
  • HAROUN ER RESHID AND THE TWO SLAVE-GIRLS.
  • THE KHALIF HAROUN ER RESHID AND THE THREE SLAVE-GIRLS.
  • THE MILLER AND HIS WIFE.
  • THE SIMPLETON AND THE SHARPER.
  • THE IMAM ABOU YOUSUF WITH HAROUN ER RESHID AND ZUBEIDEH.
  • THE KHALIF EL HAKIM AND THE MERCHANT.
  • KING KISRA ANOUSHIRWAN AND THE VILLAGE DAMSEL.
  • THE WATER-CARRIER AND THE GOLDSMITH'S WIFE.
  • KHUSRAU AND SHIRIN WITH THE FISHERMAN.
  • YEHYA BEN KHALID THE BARMECIDE AND THE POOR MAN.
  • MOHAMMED EL AMIN AND JAAFER BEN EL HADI.
  • THE SONS OF YEHYA BEN KHALID AND SAID BEN SALIM EL BAHILI.
  • THE WOMAN'S TRICK AGAINST HER HUSBAND.
  • THE DEVOUT WOMAN AND THE TWO WICKED ELDERS.[FN#124]
  • JAAFER THE BARMECIDE AND THE OLD BEDOUIN.
  • THE KHALIF OMAR BEN KHETTAB AND THE YOUNG BEDOUIN.
  • THE KHALIF EL MAMOUN AND THE PYRAMIDS OF EGYPT.
  • THE THIEF TURNED MERCHANT AND THE OTHER THIEF.
  • MESROUR THE EUNUCH AND IBN EL CARIBI
  • THE DEVOUT PRINCE.
  • THE SCHOOLMASTER WHO FELL IN LOVE BY REPORT.
  • THE FOOLISH SCHOOLMASTER
  • THE IGNORANT MAN WHO SET UP FOR A SCHOOLMASTER.
  • THE KING AND THE VIRTUOUS WIFE
  • ABDURREHMAN THE MOOR'S STORY OF THE ROC.
  • ADI BEN ZEID AND THE PRINCESS HIND.
  • DIBIL EL KHUZAÏ WITH THE LADY AND MUSLIM BEN EL WELID.
  • ISAAC OF MOSUL AND THE MERCHANT.
  • THE THREE UNFORTUNATE LOVERS.
  • THE LOVERS OF THE BENOU TAI.
  • THE MAD LOVER.
  • THE APPLES OF PARADISE.
  • THE LOVES OF ABOU ISA AND CURRET EL AIN.
  • EL AMIN BEN ER RESHID AND HIS UNCLE IBRAHIM BEN EL MEHDI.
  • EL FETH BEN KHACAN AND THE KHALIF EL MUTAWEKKIL.
  • THE MAN'S DISPUTE WITH THE LEARNED WOMAN OF THE RELATIVE EXCELLENCE OF THE MALE AND THE FEMALE.
  • ABOU SUWEID AND THE HANDSOME OLD WOMAN.
  • THE AMIR ALI BEN TAHIR AND THE GIRL MOUNIS.
  • THE WOMAN WHO HAD A BOY AND THE OTHER WHO HAD A MAN TO LOVER.
  • THE HAUNTED HOUSE IN BAGHDAD.
  • THE PILGRIM AND THE OLD WOMAN WHO DWELT IN THE DESERT.
  • ABOULHUSN AND HIS SLAVE-GIRL TAWEDDUD.
    • Section 3. Information about the Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation
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