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Routledge Revivals: Scheherezade (1953): Tales from the Thousand and One Nights - A. J. Arberry


First published in 1953, this translation of part of the Arabian Nights by A. J. Arberry offers four famous stories in modern idiom: Aladdin, Judar, Aboukir and Abousir, and the Amorous Gold



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Routledge Revivals: Scheherezade (1953): Tales from the Thousand and One Nights - A. J. Arberry


First published in 1953, this translation of part of the Arabian Nights by A. J. Arberry offers four famous stories in modern idiom: Aladdin, Judar, Aboukir and Abousir, and the Amorous Gold