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This Norton Critical Edition includes twenty-eight tales from The Arabian Nights translated by Husain Haddawy on the basis of the oldest existing Arabic manuscript.
Table of Contents
|A Note on the Text|
|The Text of The Arabian Nights|
|[The Story of King Shahrayar and Shahrazad, His Vizier's Daughter]|
|[The Tale of the Ox and the Donkey]|
|[The Tale of the Merchant and His Wife]|
|[The Story of the Merchant and the Demon]|
|[The First Old Man's Tale]|
|[The Second Old Man's Tale]|
|[The Tale of King Yunan and the Sage Duban]|
|[The Tale of the Husband and the Parrot]|
|[The Tale of the King's Son and the She-Ghoul]|
|[The Tale of the Enchanted King]|
|[The Story of the Porter and the Three Ladies]|
|[The First Dervish's Tale]|
|[The Second Dervish's Tale]|
|[The Tale of the Envious and the Envied]|
|[The Third Dervish's Tale]|
|[The Tale of the First Lady, the Mistress of the House]|
|[The Tale of the Second Lady, the Flogged One]|
|[The Story of the Three Apples]|
|[The Story of the Two Viziers, Nur al-Din Ali al-Misri and Bar al-Din Hasan al-Basri]|
|[The Story of the Hunchback]|
|[The Christian Broker's Tale: The Young Man with the Severed Hand and the Girl]|
|[The Steward's Tale: The Young Man from Baghdad and Lady Zubaida's Maid]|
|[The Tailor's Tale: The Lame Young Man from Baghdad and the Barber]|
|[The Tale of the Second Brother, Baqbaqa the Paraplegic]|
|[The Tale of the Fifth Brother, the Cropped of Ears]|
|[The Story of Jullanar of the Sea]|
|[The Story of Sindbad the Sailor]|
|Anonymous • A Ninth-Century Fragment of the Thousand Nights|
|Meadows of Gold (Muruj al-Dhahab)|
|The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade|
|From Remembrance of Things Past|
|From The Dreams of Scheherazade|
|A Thousand and One Nights|
|The Origins of The Arabian Nights|
|The Translators of The Thousand and One Nights|
|The Thousand and One Nights in European Culture|
|From The Art of Story-Telling|
|A Comic Romance from The Thousand and One Nights: The Tale of Two Viziers|
|Neglected Conclusions of The Arabian Nights|
|Madness and Cure in the 1001 Nights|
|The Eye and the Needle|
|Story-Telling Techniques in The Arabian Nights|
|The Arabian Nights: A Chronology|
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