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. . . used to take their little knives there and cut the fruits and eat them. King Dantal had a teacher for them to teach them to read and write.

One day, when they were grown two fine young men, Prince Majnun said to his father, "Husain Mahamat and I should like to go and hunt." His father said they might go, so they got ready their horses and all else they wanted for their hunting, and went to the Phalana country, hunting all the way, but they only founds jackals and birds.

The Raja of the Phalana country was called Munsuk Raja, and he had a daughter named Laili, who was very beautiful; she had brown eyes and black hair.

One night, some time before Prince Majnun came to her father's kingdom, as she slept, Khuda sent to her an angel in the form of a man who told her that she should marry Prince Majnun and no one else, and that this was Khuda's command to her. When Laili woke she told her father of the angel's . . . Read More

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A reprinting of an older book, found in the Kindle library. Originally written back over a hundred years ago, the appendices reflect thoughts of that time period and should be judged by the standards of the day.

Now the Fairy Tales in the book are of interest by themselves. Each tells a story found o

Yarısında bırakıyorum çünkü masallar çok kendini tekrar etmeye başladı. Uyumadan önce birkaç masal okumak iyi geldi bana . Bazı masallar mantığımın asla alamayacağı kadar saçmaydı bu yüzden devam etmeyeceğim. Masallarda mantık aramak da sadece büyüklerin yapacağı bir şey ama artık büyümüşüm ne yapay

I read this at the same time as Folk Tales Of Bengal -- some comparisons included.

A number of these will be recognizable to readers familar with European fairy tales as tale types, but little more than that. The differences are plentiful, of which the easiest to note is that the kings habitually hav

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