The Arabian Nights
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The Arabian Nights

The Arabian Nights, or 1001 Nights, is a classic of Arabian storytelling, going back perhaps thousands of years. This19th century English translation, edited by Ruper S. Holland, contains 7 beautiful color illustrations. 

The Fairy appears at midnight

The Talking Bird speaks

The Prince and Princess escape from the Sultan of Cashmere

Aladdin took the Lamp from the Niche

Morgiana pouring the boiling oil over the Thieves

The Merchant uncovers her face

The hundredth room

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