lineThe Novel

Arabian Nights Entertainments, vols. 3-4, 3rd edition (London: A. Bell, 1717).

Arabian Nights| Entertainments:| CONSISTING OF| One Thousand and One| STORIES,| TOLD BY| The Sultaness of the Indies, to divert| the Sultan from the Execution of a| Bloody Vow he made to Marry a Lady| every Day, and have her cut off next| Morning, to avenge himself for the| Disloyality of his first Sultaness, &c.| Containing| A better Account of the Customs, Manners,| and Religion of the Eastern Nations, Tartars,| Persians, and Indians, than is to be met| with in any Author hitherto published.| [rule]| Translated into French from the Arabian MSS.| by M. Galland, of the Royal Accademy, and| now done into English.| [rule]| VOL. III.| [rule]| The Third Edition.| [rule]| London, Printed for Andrew Bell, at the Cross-|Keys and Bible in Cornhill, 1717.


[vols. 3-4 sep. pag., index] 3: titlepage/ p.3-148/ 4: titlepage vol. 4 third edition (1717)/ p.3-147/ p.[148-52] Contents vols. 3-4/ 12


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Bibliographical Reference

W. H. McBurney (1960), p.11: 23 ff. - ESTC: t068138.

History of Publication

Cf. Les mille et une nuits (Paris: Barbin, 1704).link