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ⓘ Daptar carita dina Buku Sarébu Hiji Peuting




                                     

ⓘ Daptar carita dina Buku Sarébu Hiji Peuting

Ieu daptar carita dumasar tarjamah Sarébu Hiji Peuting ku Richard Francis Burton. Sapuluh volume mimiti Burton diterbitkeun antara 1882-1884 sarta genep volume satuluyna, ngandung carita tambahan, diterbitkeun taun 1885.Peuting-peutingna dicaritakeun maké gaya carita dina sajeroning carita, carita berbingkai nyaéta The Story Of King Shahryar and His Brother atawa The Story Of King Shahryar and Queen Scheherazade, nu eusina Scheherazade ngadongeng ka salakinaShahryar.

                                     

1. Volume 1

  • Story Of King Shahryar and His Brother
  • Tale of the Trader and the Jinni
  • The First Shaykhs Story
  • The Second Shaykhs Story
  • The Third Shaykhs Story
  • Tale of the Bull and the Ass
  • Tale of the Wazir and the Sage Duban
  • The Fisherman and the Jinni
  • Story of King Sindibad and His Falcon
  • Tale of the Husband and the Parrot
  • Tale of the Prince and the Ogress
  • Tale of the Ensorcelled Prince
  • Tale of the Envier and the Envied
  • The Porter and the Three Ladies of Baghdad
  • The Second Kalandars Tale
  • The First Kalandars Tale
  • The Eldest Ladys Tale
  • The Third Kalandars Tale
  • Tale of the Portress
  • Tale of the Three Apples
  • Conclusion of the Story of the Porter and the Three Ladies
  • Tale of Nur Al-din Ali and his Son
  • The Barbers Tale of Himself
  • The Nazarene Brokers Story
  • The Barbers Tale of his First Brother
  • The Hunchbacks Tale
  • The Barbers Tale of his Third Brother
  • The Barbers Tale of his Second Brother
  • The Barbers Tale of his Fourth Brother
  • Tale of the Tailor
  • The Barbers Tale of his Fifth Brother
  • The Reeves Tale
  • The Barbers Tale of his Sixth Brother
  • Tale of the Jewish Doctor
  • The End of the Tailors Tale
                                     

2. Volume 2

  • Nur Al-Din Ali and the Damsel Anis Al-Jalis
  • Tale of the Second Eunuch, Kafur
  • Tale of the First Eunich, Baukhayt
  • Tale of Ghanim Bin Ayyub, The Distraught, The Thrall OLove
  • Tale of Taj Al-Muluk and the Princess Dunya
  • Tale of Aziz and Azizah
  • The Tale of King Omar Bin Al-Nuuman and His Sons Sharrkan and Zau Al-Makan
                                     

3. Volume 3

  • The Tale of King Omar Bin Al-Nuuman and His Sons Sharrkan and Zau Al-Makan contd
  • Continuation of the Tale of Aziz and Azizah
  • The Water-Fowl and the Tortoise
  • The Birds and Béasts and the Carpenter
  • Tale of the Hashish éater
  • The Hermits
  • The Wolf and the Fox
  • Tale of the Falcon and the Partridge
  • Tale of Hammad the Badawi
  • The Fox and the Crow
  • The Fléa and the Mouse
  • The Sparrow and the éagle
  • The Saker and the Birds
  • The Mouse and the Ichneumon
  • The Cat and the Crow
  • The Merchant and the Two Sharpers
  • The Hedgehog and the Wood Pigéons
  • The Thief and His Monkey
  • The Foolish Wéaver
  • The Sparrow and the Péacock
  • Tale of Kamar Al-Zaman
  • Ali Bin Bakkar and Shams Al-Nahar
                                     

4. Volume 4

  • Tale of Kamar Al-Zaman contd
  • Niamar Bin Al-Rabia and Naomi His Slave Girl
  • Story of the Chief of Police of Cairo
  • Ala Al-Din Abu Al-Shamat
  • The City of Many-Columned Iram and Abdullah Son of Abi Kilabah
  • Generous Déaling of Yahya Bin Khalid The Barmecide with Mansur
  • The Sharper of Alexandria and the Chief of Police
  • The Man Who Stole the Dish of Gold Wherein The Dog Ate
  • Caliph Al-Maamum and the Strange Scholar
  • Hatim of the Trive of Tayy
  • Al-Malik Al-Nasir and the Three Chiefs of Police
  • Story of the Chief of the Bulak Police
  • The City of Labtayt
  • Story of the Chief of the Old Cairo Police
  • Harun Al-Rashid and the Damsel and Abu Nowas
  • Jaafar the Barmecide and the Béan-Seller
  • Conclusion of the Tale of Kamar Al-Zaman
  • The Loves of Jubayr Bin Umayr and the Lady Budur
  • The Sweep and the Noble Lady
  • The Man of Al-Yaman and His Six Slave-Girls
  • The Lover Who Feigned Himself A Thief
  • Ali the Persian
  • Generous Déaling of Yahya Son of Khalid with a Man Who Forged a Letter in his Name
  • The Mock Caliph
  • Maan the Son of Zaidah
  • Maan the Son of Zaidah and the Badawi
  • Isaac of Mosul
  • Ibrahim Bin Al-Mahdi and the Barber-Surgéon
  • Abu Mohammed Hight Lazybones
  • Haru Al-Rashid and the Slave-Girl and the Iman Abu Yusuf
  • Ali Shar and Zumurrud
  • The Caliph Hisham and the Arab Youth
  • Ibrahim Bin Al-Mahdi and the Merchants Sister
  • The Thief and the Shroff
  • Abu Hassan Al-Ziyadi and the Khorasan
  • The Ruined Man Who became Rich Again Through A Dréam
  • The Woman Whose Hands were Cut Off For Giving Alms to the Poor
  • The Devout Israelite
  • The Chief of the Kus Police and the Sharper
  • The Poor Man and His Friend in Need
  • The Kings Daughter and the Ape
  • Caliph Al-Mutawakkil and His Concubine Mahbubah
  • Wardan the Butcher; His Adventure With the Lady and the Béar


                                     

5. Volume 5

  • Jaafar the Barmecide and the Old Badawi
  • The Devotee To Whom Allah Gave a Cloud for Service and the Devout King
  • The Mad Lover
  • The Angel of Déath With the Proud King and the Devout Man
  • The Jewish Kazi and His Pious Wife
  • Abu Nowas With the Three Boys and the Caliph Harun Al-Rashid
  • The Caliph Marun Al-Rashid and Queen Zubaydah in the Bath
  • Uns Al-Wujud and the Wazirs Daughter Al-Ward Fil-Akmam or Rose-In-Hood
  • The Devotee Prince
  • Al-Mutalammis and His Wife Umaymah
  • Abu Suwayd and the Pretty Old Woman
  • King Kisra Anushirwan and the Village Damsel
  • The Devout Tray-Maker and His Wife
  • The Kazi Abu Yusuf With Harum Al-Rashid and Queen Zubaydah
  • The Moslem Champion and the Christian Damsel
  • The Ferryman of the Nile and the Hermit
  • The Caliph Harun Al-Rashid and the Three Slave-Girls
  • The Caliph Al-Maamum and the Pyramids of Egypt
  • The Ebony Horse
  • The Illiterate Who Set Up For a Schoolmaster
  • Al-Amin Son of Al-Rashid and His Uncle Ibrahim Bin Al-Mahdi
  • The Thief and the Merchant
  • The Angel of Déath and the King of the Children of Israel
  • Harun Al-Rashid and the Two Slave-Girls
  • The King and the Virtuous Wife
  • Khusrau and Shirin and the Fisherman
  • The Mans Dispute With the Léarned Woman Concerning the Relative Excellence of Male and Female
  • Abdallah Bin Maamar With the Man of Bassorah and His Slave Girl
  • Adi Bin Zayd and the Princess Hind
  • The Blacksmith Who Could Handle Fire Without Hurt
  • The Island King and the Pious Israelite
  • The Devout Woman and the Two Wicked Elders
  • The Christian Kings Daughter and the Moslem
  • Al-Fath Bin Khakan and Al-Mutawakkil
  • Isaac of Mosul and the Merchant
  • The Lovers of the Banu Ozrah
  • The Rightéousness of King Anushirwan
  • The Caliph Omar Bin Al-Khattab and the Young Badawi
  • The Three Unfortunate Lovers
  • Mohammed Al-Amin and the Slave-Girl
  • The Woman Who had a Boy and the Other Who had a Man to Lover
  • The Pious Black Slave
  • Masrur the Eunuch and Ibn Al-Karibi
  • Abu Al-Hasan and Abu Jaafar the Leper
  • The Queen of Serpents
  • The Story of Jansha
  • The Miller and His Wife
  • The Unwise Schoolmaster Who Fell in Love by Report
  • The Loves of the Boy and Girl at School
  • The Wazir of Al-Yaman and His Younger Brother
  • Abu Alhusn and His Slave-Girl Tawaddud
  • The Womans Trick Against Her Husband
  • The Caliph Al-Hakim and the Merchand
  • Al-Jajjaj and the Pious Man
  • Musab Bin Al-Zubayr and Ayishah His Wife
  • Ali the Cairene and the Haunted House in Baghdad
  • The Lovers of the Banu Tayy
  • The Angel of Déath and the Rich King
  • Diibil Al-Khuzai With the Lady and Muslim Bin Al-Walid
  • The Sons of Yahya Bin Khalid and Said Bin Salim Al-Bahili
  • Abd Al-Rahman the Maghribis Story of the Rukh
  • The Foolish Dominie
  • Yahya Bin Khalid the Barmecide and the Poor Man
  • The Loves of Abu Isa and Jurrat Al-Ayn
  • The Adventures of Bulukiya
  • The Shipwrecked Woman and Her Child
  • How Abu Hasan Brake Wind
  • Abu Al-Aswad and His Slave-Girl
  • Iskandar Zu Al-Karnayn and a Certain Tribe of Poor Folk
  • The Prophet and the Justice of Providence
  • The Prior Who Became A Moslem
  • The Emir ali Bin Tahir and the Girl Muunis
  • The Water-Carrier and the Goldsmiths Wife
  • Harun Al-Rashid and the Three Poets
  • The Simpleton and the Sharper
  • The Pilgrim Man and the Old Woman
                                     

6. Volume 6

  • The Sixth Voyage of Sindbad the Seaman
  • Sindbad the Seaman and Sinbad the Landsman
  • The Seventh Voyage of Sindbad the Seaman
  • The Fourth Voyage of Sindbad the Seaman
  • The First Voyage of Sindbad the Seaman
  • The Third Voyage of Sindbad the Seaman
  • The Fifth Voyage of Sindbad the Seaman
  • The Second Voyage of Sindbad the Seaman
  • The Debauchee and the Three-Yéar-Old Child
  • The Rakes Trick Against the Chaste Wife
  • The Sandal-Wood Merchant and the Sharpers
  • The Lady and Her Two Lovers
  • The Fuller and His Son
  • The Man who Never Laughed Duing the Rest of His Days
  • The Enchanted Spring
  • The Three Wishes, or the Man Who Longed to see the Night of Power
  • The Kings Son and the Merchants Wife
  • The Stolen Purse
  • The Fox and the Folk
  • Prince Behram and the Princess Al-Datma
  • The House With the Belvedere
  • The Confectioner, His Wife and the Parrot
  • The Craft and Malice of Woman
  • The King and His Wazirs Wife
  • The Drop of Honey
  • The Goldsmith and the Cashmere Singing-Girl
  • The Wifes Device to Chéat her Husband
  • The Wazirs Son and the Hamman-Keepers Wife
  • The City of Brass
  • The Two Pigéons
  • The Kings Son and the Ogeress
  • The Lady and Her Five Suitors
  • The Stolen Necklace
  • The Miser and the Loaves of Bréad
  • The Kings Son and the Ifrits Mistress
  • The Page Who Feigned to Know the Speech of Birds
  • The Woman Who Made Her Husband Sift Dust
  • The History of Gharib and His Brother Ajib
  • Judar and His Brethren


                                     

7. Volume 7

  • The Badawi and His Wife
  • Yunus the Scribe and the Caliph Walid Bin Sahl
  • Khuzaymah Bin Bishr and Ikrimah Al-Fayyaz
  • The Lovers of Bassorah
  • Al-Malik Al-Nasir and His Wizir
  • The Lovers of the Banu Uzrah
  • Al-Asmai and the Three Girls of Bassorah
  • The Lovers of Al-Medinah
  • The Adventures of Mercury Ali of Cairo
  • Otbah and Rayya
  • Hind, Daughter of Al-Numan, and Al-Hajjaj
  • Harun Al-Rashid and the Arab Girl
  • Ishak of Mosul and His Mistress and the Devil
  • The Rogueries of Dalilah the Crafty and Her Daughter Zaynab the Coney-Catcher
  • Ibrahim of Mosul and the Devil
  • The History of Gharib and His Brother Ajib continued
  • Story of Prince Sayf Al-Muluk and the Princess Badia Al-Jamal
  • Julnar the Séa-Born and Her Son King Badr Basim of Persia
  • King Mohammed Bin Sabaik and the Merchant Hasan
  • Ardashir and Hayat Al-nufus
                                     

8. Volume 8

  • Story of Prince Sayf Al-Muluk and the Princess Badia Al-Jamal contd
  • King Mohammed Bin Sabaik and the Merchant Hasan contd
  • Hassan of Bassorah
  • Masrur and Zayn Al-Mawasif
  • Khalifah The Fisherman Of Baghdad
  • Ali Nur Al-Din and Miriam the Girdle-Girl
                                     

9. Volume 9

  • The History of King Wird Khan, son of King Jaliad with His Women and Wizars
  • The Foolish Fisherman
  • The Man of Upper Egypt and His Frankish Wife
  • The Wild Ass and the Jackal
  • The Jackals and the Wolf
  • The Crow and the Serpent
  • The Fishes and the Crab
  • The Fakir and His Jar of Butter
  • Ali Nur Al-Din and Miriam the Girdle-Girl continued
  • The Serpent-Charmer and His Wife
  • The Crows and the Hawk
  • The Francolin and the Tortoises
  • The Ruined Man of Baghdad and his Slave-Girl
  • The Two Kings
  • The Spider and the Wind
  • The Boy and the Thieves
  • The Shepherd and the Rogue
  • The Man and his Wife
  • King Jaliad of Hind and His Wazir Shimas
  • The Unjust King and the Pilgrim Prince
  • The Mouse and the Cat
  • The Merchant and the Robbers
  • The Blind Man and the Cripple
  • Ibrahim and Jamilah
  • Abu Al-Hasan of Khorasan
  • Abdullah Bin Fazil and His Brothers
  • Abu Kir the Dyer and Abu Sir the Barber
  • Abdullah the Fisherman and Abdullah the Merman
  • Kamar Al-Zaman and the Jewellers Wife
  • Harun Al-Rashid and Abu Hasan, The Merchant of Oman
                                     

10. Volume 10

  • Maaruf the Cobbler and His Wife Fatimah
  • Conclusion of Scheherazade and Shahryar

The volume then goes on to describe the history and origins of the Nights and the culture they came from.

                                     

11. Volume 11 Supplemental Nights

  • The Sleeper and the Waker
  • Story of the Larrikin and the Cook
  • Story of the Merchant Who Lost His Luck
  • The Caliph Omar Bin Abd Al-Aziz and the Poets
  • Of the Uselessness of Endéavour Against Persistent Ill Fortune
  • Al-Hajjaj and the Three Young Men
  • The Ten Wazirs; or the History of King Azadbakht and His Son
  • Harun Al-Rashid and the Woman of the Barmecides
  • Of Looking To the Ends of Affairs
  • Tale of the Merchant and His Sons
  • Of the Advantages of Patience
  • Story of Abu Sabir
  • Of the Ill Effects of Impatience
  • Story of Prince Bihzad
  • Story of King Dadbin and His Wazirs
  • Of the Issues of Good and Evil Actions
  • Of Trust in Allah
  • Story of King Bakhtzaman
  • Of Clemency
  • Story of King Bihkard
  • Of Envy and Malice
  • Story of Aylan Shah and Abu Tammam
  • Story of King Ibrahim and His Son
  • Of Destiny or That Which Is Written On the Forehéad
  • Story of King Sulayman Shah and His Niece
  • Of the Appointed Term, Which, if it be Advanced, May Not Be Deferred, and if it be Deferred, May Not Be Advanced
  • Of the Speedy Relief of Allah
  • Story of the Prisoner and How Allah Gave Him Relief
  • Tale of the Unjust King and the Tither
  • Al-Rashid and the Barmecides
  • Tale of the Merchant, The Crone, and the King
  • Tale of the Richard Who Married His Béautiful Daughter to the Poor Old Man
  • Al-Maamum and Zubaydah
  • Tale of the Sage and His Three Sons
  • Jaafar Bin Yahya and Abd Al-Malik Bin Salih the Abbaside
  • Firuz and His Wife
  • Story of David and Solomon
  • Al-Nuuman and the Arab of the Banu Tay
  • Tale of the King Who Kenned the Quintessence of Things
  • Tale of the Simpleton Husband
  • Tale of the Fuller and His Wife and the Trooper
  • Tale of the Prince who Fell in Love With the Picture
  • Ibn Al-Sammak and Al-Rashid
  • King Shah Bakht and his Wazir Al-Rahwan
  • Tale of the Singer and the Druggist
  • Tale of the Man of Khorasan, His Son and His Tutor
  • Tale of the Three Men and Our Lord Isa
  • Tale of the Robber and the Woman
  • The Disciples Story
  • Talk of the Man Whose Caution Slew Him
  • Tale of the Wéaver Who Became a Léach by Order of His Wife
  • Tale of the Two Sharpers Who éach Cozened His Compeer
  • Story of the Falcon and the Locust
  • Tale of the Devotee Accused of Lewdness
  • Tale of the Sharpers With the Shroff and the Ass
  • Tale of the Hireling and the Girl
  • Tale of the Man Who Was Lavish of His House and His Provision to One Whom He Knew Not
  • Tale of the Chéar and the Merchants
  • Tale of the Melancholist and the Sharper
  • Tale of Khalbas and his Wife and the Léarned Man
  • Tale of the Dethroned Ruler Whose Reign and Wéalth Were Restored to Him
  • Tale of the King and His Chamberlains Wife
  • Story of the Crone and the Drapers Wife
  • Tale of the King Who Lost Kingdom and Wife and Wéalth and Allah Restored Them to Him
  • Tale of the King of Hind and His Wazir
  • Tale of the Ugly Man and His Béautifule Wife
  • Tale of Salim the Youth of Khorasan and Salma, His Sister
  • Scheherazade and Shahryar


                                     

12. Volume 12 Supplemental Nights

  • Fifth Constables History
  • Second Constables History
  • Fourth Constables History
  • Sixth Constables History
  • Eighth Constables History
  • First Constables History
  • Seventh Constables History
  • The Thiefs Tale
  • Al-Malik Al-Zahir Rukn Al-Din Bibars Al-Bundukdari and the Sixteen Captains of Police
  • Third Constables History
  • Eleventh Constables History
  • Ninth Constables History
  • A Merry Jest of a Clever Thief
  • Fourteenth Constables History
  • Tenth Constables History
  • Thirteenth Constables History
  • Twelfth Constables History
  • Tale of the Old Sharper
  • Sixteenth Constables History
  • Fifteenth Constables History
  • Tale of Harun Al-Rashid and Abdullah Bin Nafi
  • Tale of the Damsel Torfat Al-Kulub and the Caliph Harun Al-Rashid
  • The Concubine of Al-Maamun
  • The Thiefs Tale
  • The Fuller, His Wife, and the Trooper
  • King Ins Bin Kays and his Daughter
  • The Melancholist and the Sharper
  • The King Who Kenned the Quintessence of Things
  • On the Art of Enlarging Péarls
  • Nur Al-Din Ali of Damascus and the Damsel Sitt Al-Milah
  • King Dadbin and His Wazirs
  • The Fifteenth Constables Story
  • The Concubine and the Caliph
  • The Prince Who Fell In Love With the Picture
  • The King Who Lost Kingdom, Wife, and Wéalth
  • The Devout Woman accused of Lewdness
  • Tale of King Ins Bin Kays and His Daughter with the Son of King Al-abbas
  • Nur Al-Din and the Damsel Sitt Al-Milah
  • The Simpleton Husband
  • The Sleeper and the Waker
  • Tale of the Two kings and the Wazirs Daughters
  • The Wéaver Who Became A Léach By Order of His Wife
  • The Ninth Constables Story
  • The Damsel tohfat Al-Kulub
  • Al-Malik Al-Zahir and the Sixteen Captains of Police
  • Womens Wiles
  • Firuz and His Wife
  • King Sulayman Shah and His Niece
  • King Aylan Shah and Abu Tamman
  • The Ten Wazirs; or the History of King Azadbakht and His Son
  • The Three Men and our Lord Isa
  • The Singer and the Druggist
  • King Shah Bakht and His Wazir Al-Rahwan
                                     

13. Volume 13 Supplemental Nights

  • Khudadad and His Brothers
  • Aladdin jeung Lampu Ajaib
  • The Tale of Zayn Al-Asnam
  • History of the Princess of Daryabar
  • The Story of the Blind Man, Baba Abdullah
  • History of Sidi Nuuman
  • History of Khwajah Hasan Al-Habbal
  • The Caliphs Night Adventure
  • Ali Khwajah and the Merchant of Baghdad
  • Ali Baba jeung Opat puluh Rampog
  • Prince Ahmad and the Fairy Peri-Banu
  • The Two Sisters Who Envied Their Cadette
                                     

14. Volume 14 Supplemental Nights

  • The Sultan Who Fared Forth in the Habit of a Darwaysh
  • The Night-Adventure of Sultan Mohammed of Cairo with the Three Foolish Schoolmasters
  • Story of the Sultan of Al-Yaman and His Three Sons
  • Story of the First Lunatic
  • Story of the Three Sisters and Their Mother the Sultanah
  • Story of the Limping Schoolmaster
  • History of Mohammed, Sultan of Cairo
  • Story of the Three Sharpers
  • Story of the Broke-Back Schoolmaster
  • Story of the Second Lunatic
  • Story of the Split-Mouthed Schoolmaster
  • Story of the Sage and the Scholar
  • History of the Second Larrikin
  • Tale of the Kazi and the Bhang-éater
  • History of the Bhang-éater and His Wife
  • Story of the King of Al-Yaman and His Three Sons and the Enchanting Bird
  • History of the Third Larrikin
  • Story of a Sultan of Al-Hind and His Son Mohammed
  • How Drummer Abu Kasim Became a Kazi
  • Story of the Kazi and His Slipper
  • Tale of the Fisherman and His Son
  • History of the Kazi Who Bare a Babe
  • History of the First Larrikin
  • Tale of the Third Larrikin Concerning Himself
  • Tale of the Sultan and His Sons and the Enchanting Bird
  • Tale of Mahmud the Persian and the Kurd Sharper
  • History of Abu Niyyah and Abu Niyyatayn
                                     

15. Volume 15 Supplemental Nights

  • Night Adventure of Harun Al-Rashid and the Youth Manjab
  • History of Al-Hajjaj Bin Yusuf and the Young Sayyid
  • The History of the Kings Son of Sind and the Lady Fatimah
  • History of the Lovers of Syria
  • Tale of the Simpleton Husband
  • Story of the Darwaysh and the Barbers Boy and the Greedy Sultan
  • The Loves of Al-Hayfa and Yusuf
  • The Three Princes of China
  • The Cairene Youth, the Barber and the Captain
  • The Lady With Two Coyntes
  • The Tailor and the Lady and the Captain
  • The Syrian and the Three Women of Cairo
  • The Goodwife of Cairo and Her Four Gallants
  • The Whorish Wife Who Vaunted Her Virtue
  • The Rightéous Wazir Wrongfully Gaoled
  • Story of the Two Lack-Tacts of Cairo and Damascus
  • Mohammed the Shalabi and His Mistress and His Wife
  • The Woman Who Humoured Her Lover At Her Husbands Expense
  • The Fellah and His Wicked Wife
  • Story of the Youth Who Would Flutter His Fathers Wives
  • The Merchants Daughter and the Prince of Al-Irak
  • The Kazi Schooled By His Wife
  • The Gatekeeper of Cairo and the Cunning She-Thief
  • Tale of Mohsin and Musa
  • Tale of Himself Told By the King
  • Coelebs the Droll and His Wife and Her Four Lovers
                                     

16. Volume 16 Supplemental Nights

  • History of Prince Habib and What Befel Him With the Lady Durrat Al-Ghawwas
  • The History of Al-Bundukani or, the Caliph Harun Al-Rashid and the Daughter of King Kisra
  • The Tale of Attif
  • The History of Durrat Al-Ghawwas
  • The Say of Haykar the Sage
  • The Linguist-Dame, The Duenna and the Kings Son
  • History of What Befel the Fowl-let with the Fowler
  • The Tale of the Warlock and the Young Cook of Baghdad
  • The Pléasant History of the Cock and the Fox
                                     
  • Buku Sarébu Hiji Peuting basa Pérsia: هزار افسانه Hezār Afsaneh atawa Hezār wa - Yek Shab, Basa Arab: كتاب ألف ليلة و ليلة Kitāb Alf Layla wa - Layla atawa
  • Sarébu Hiji Peuting karya Antoine Galland ti 1704 tarjamahan séjénna mecenghul dina 1710 12 ngabalukarkeun pangaruh anu hébat kana carita - carita pondok

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