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The Arabian Nights

Andrew Lang (1844-1912)

1. 00 – Preface
2. 01 – The Arabian Nights
3. 02 – The Story of the Merchant and the Genius
4. 03 – The Story of the First Old Man and of the Hind
5. 04 – The Story of the Second Old Man and of the Two Black Dogs
6. 05 – The Story of the Fisherman
7. 06 – The Story of the Greek King and the Physician Douban
8. 07 – The Story of the Husband and the Parrot
9. 08 – The Story of the Vizir Who Was Punished
10. 09 – The Story of the Young King of the Black Isles
11. 10 – The Story of the Three Calendars, Sons of Kings and of Five Ladies of Bagdad
12. 11 – The Story of the First Calendar, Son of a King
13. 12 – The Story of the Second Calendar, Son of a King
14. 13 – The Story of the Envious Man and of Him Who Was Envied
15. 14 – The Story of the Third Calendar, Son of a King
16. 15 – The Seven Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor
17. 16 – First Voyage
18. 17 – Second Voyage
19. 18 – Third Voyage
20. 19 – Fourth Voyage
21. 20 – Fifth Voyage
22. 21 – Sixth Voyage
23. 22 – Seventh and Last Voyage
24. 23 – The Little Hunchback
25. 24 – The Story of the Barber’s Fifth Brother
26. 25 – The Story of the Barber’s Sixth Brother
27. 26 – The Adventures of Prince Camaralzaman and the Princess Badoura (Part I)
28. 27 – The Adventures of Prince Camaralzaman and the Princess Badoura (Part II)
29. 28 – The Adventures of Prince Camaralzaman and the Princess Badoura (Part III)
30. 29 – Noureddin and the Fair Persian (Part I)
31. 30 – Noureddin and the Fair Persian (Part II)
32. 31 – Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp
33. 32 – The Adventures of Haroun-al-Raschid, the Caliph of Bagdad
34. 33 – The Story of the Blind Baba-Abdalla
35. 34 – The Story of Sidi-Nouman
36. 35 – The Story of Ali-Colia, Merchant of Bagdad
37. 36 – The Enchanted Horse, Part 1
38. 37 – The Enchanted Horse, Part 2
39. 38 – The Story of the Two Sisters Who Were Jealous of Their Younger Sister (Part I)
40. 39 – The Story of the Two Sisters Who Were Jealous of Their Younger Sister (Part II)
41. 40 – The Story of the Two Sisters Who Were Jealous of Their Younger Sister (Part III)

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Summary

The Arabian Nights is a collection of Perso-Arabic folk tales and other stories. The collection, or at least certain stories drawn from it (or purporting to be drawn from it), became widely known in the West from the 18th century, after it was translated from the Arabic — first into French and then into English and other European languages. The first English language edition, based on Galland’s French rather than the original Arabic, rendered the title as The Arabian Nights’ Entertainment – and this, or simply The Arabian Nights, has been the title by which it has been best known to English-speaking people ever since.

Reviews

Micka

Reader in the first 6 chapters must please be redone.

i love sinbad the sailors voyages

Long Nguyen

- Good

This is a very good story, I read to the end in one day.

Lela

- Arabian Nights

The story is great. The foreign reader for the first 6 chapters: ugh! She probably would've been fine in her own language, but it's bad in English. Could barely understand her and there was no inflection at ALL. The rest of the readers were very good!