Fairy tales from the Arabian nights

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Fairy tales from the Arabian nights
by Antoine Galland, edited by E. Dixon

illustrator: John D. Batten


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DANHASCH CARRIES OFF THE PRINCESS BADOURA


Fairy Tales from the Arabian Nights


Edited and Arranged by

E. Dixon


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With Forty-four Illustrations by

John D. Batten


G. P. Putnam's Sons

New York and London

The Knickerbocker Press


NOTE

The text of the present selection from the Arabian Nights is that of Galland, 1821, slightly abridged and edited. The edition is designed virginibus puerisque,


CONTENTS


  PAGE
The King of Persia and the Princess of the Sea 1
Prince Beder and the Princess Giauhara (A Sequel to the Foregoing) 17
The Three Princes and Princess Nouronnihar 59
Prince Ahmed and the Fairy (A Sequel to the Foregoing) 76
Prince Camaralzaman and the Princess of China 103
The Loss of the Talisman (A Sequel to the Foregoing) 137
The Story of Zobeide 161
The Story of the King's Son 171
The First Voyage of Sinbad the Sailor 194
The Second Voyage of Sinbad the Sailor 199
The Third Voyage of Sinbad the Sailor 205
The Fourth Voyage of Sinbad the Sailor 213
The Fifth Voyage of Sinbad the Sailor 222
The Sixth Voyage of Sinbad the Sailor 230
The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad the Sailor 238
The Story of the Enchanted Horse 245
The Story of the Speaking Bird 268
The Story of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. Part I. 304
The Story of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. Part II. 317
The Story of the Fisherman and Genie. Part I. 338
The Story of the Fisherman and Genie. Part II. 352
The History of Agib 367
The Story of the Grecian King and the Physician Douban 389
The Story of Aladdin; or, the Wonderful Lamp. Part I. 396
The Story of Aladdin; or, the Wonderful Lamp. Part II. 447


LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

  PAGE
Danhasch Carries Off the Princess Badoura Frontispiece
Gulnake, Rose of the Sea 1
King Saleh and Prince Beder 14
The King of Samandal 25
The White Bird 33
The Animals Oppose King Beder's Landing 39
He Saw a Crier Pass by With a Piece of Carpet 63
Prince Ahmed and the Apple 72
Prince Ahmed Finds His Arrow 77
The Fountain of Lions 97
The Astrologer 123
A Bird Darted Down and Snatched the Talisman Away From him 139
Camaralzaman and the Brass Urns 147
Prince Camaralzaman Tenderly Embraced His Dear Princess 158
Zobeide and the Winged Serpents 168
The Enchanted Palace Opened and Made a Passage for the Genie 179
I Took the Pen and Wrote Six Sorts of Hands 185
The Sultan's Daughter Contends With the Genie 190
Sinbad in the Eagle's Nest 203
A Serpent as Long as a Palm Tree 209
Sinbad Escapes From the Cave 220
Sinbad's Ship Is Pursued by the Rocs 222
The Old Man of the Sea 225
An Elephant Uproots the Tree Sinbad is in 241
The Princess of Bengal 245
The Princess lay Asleep on a Sofa 253
A Basket containing a Beautiful Little Boy 269
The Long-haired Dervish 275
"Look not Back, Parizade!" 281
The Speaking Bird orders Cucumbers stuffed with Pearls 295
The Sultan and the Speaking Bird 301
"Open, Sesame" 306
Cassim's Wife finds the Piece of Gold at the Bottom of the Measure 309
Baba Mustapha Led Blindfold by the Robber 320
Morgiana Dancing 333
King Solomon and the Rebellious Genie 341
"I am just Going to Throw you to the Bottom of the Sea 346
"Yes, Yes ; We Are ; if You Reckon, We Reckon" 350
"You are not Near Enough," said the Sultan,"Come Nearer" 364
The Black Mountain of Adamant 370
The Castle of Red Copper 378
The Greek King and the Physician Douban 394
"Pray, Uncle, Lend Me your Hand to Help Me out" 407
The Slave of the Ring 410
The Genie carries the Bride and Bridegroom to Aladdin' House 429
"Who will Change Old Lamps for New Ones ?" 451
Fatima Painting the Magician's Face 471



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