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A plain and literal translation of the Arabian nights' entertainments : now entituled The book of the thousand nights and a night / with introduction, explanatory notes on the manners and customs of Moslem men, and a terminal essay upon the history of the Nights by Richard F. Burton.

Related Names: Burton, Richard Francis Sir 1821-1890.
Language(s): English ; Arabic
Published: [Denver : Issued by the Burton Society for private circulation, 1899-1900]
Note: "Limited to one thousand sets"--Verso of title page.
Facsimile of the edition issued in Benares in 1885 by the Kamashastra Society.
Vols. 5-7, published in 1899.
Physical Description: 10 v. : plates ; 25 cm.
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