This timeless collection of stories offers a fascinating glimpse into the rich and vibrant culture of medieval Arabia. From fantastical tales of magic and adventure to poignant love stories and moral fables, The Thousand and One Nights has something for everyone. This edition features an insightful introduction by J. Scott that sheds light on the historical and cultural context of the stories themselves. The perfect book for anyone interested in world literature and the history of the Islamic world.
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