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The Thousand and One Nights  by The Harvard Classics

The Thousand and One Nights by The Harvard Classics

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The stories in this book are Stories from The Thousand and One Nights otherwise known as The Arabian Nights' Entertainments.
They were discovered by a French scholar, in their original Arabic, in the eighteenth century; but they are believed to have existed as early as the tenth century in Persia.

The stories include tales of royalty(s), a humpback, a merchant, a barber, a fisherman, a tailor, a physician, and, possibly it's most popular of all--the Voyage(s) of Sinbad.

This is a Registered Edition of The Harvard Classics.

Title: The Thousand and One Nights
Author: UnKnown
First Edition: No
Signed by Author: No
ISBN: none
Book Type: Fiction
Condition: (See Grading System Below) F
Publisher: P.f. Collier & Son
Publication Date: 1969
Hard Cover (HC)
Cover Content: Leather
Lettering: Gold Embossed Lettering
Dust Jacket Included: No
Number of Pages: 441
Details: Dented corner, minor dents elsewhere, small tear at bottom corner (have to look for it), couple of faded spots on inside end paper pages. Displays very well, and is in excellent reading condition.

Our Book Grading System
MINT (M) This means that the book is in near perfect condition. It is complete with its dust-jacket (if present), and is virtually impossible to tell from a new copy.
FINE (F) The book is in excellent condition. Closer examination however will show minor signs of wear and storage. There may be a small inscription from previous ownership, but generally the book is in near perfect condition. Dust-jacket (if present) appears new but may have very slight rubbing on the corners.
VERY GOOD (VG) Still in great condition with minor wear. Apart from slight foxing or fading and/or a small inscription to the inside cover or the book has no faults. Dust-jacket (if present) should be clean with excellent coloring but may have slight rubbing to edges and corners.
GOOD (G) It is obvious that the book is second-hand. Apart from minor faults (edge wear, foxing, fading, minor inscriptions, etc.), it should be in good condition and complete in all respects, unless described otherwise. Dust-jacket (if present) will be fairly clean with good coloring but could have marks, creasing and other signs of wear. The edges could be rubbed or have small nicks or tears in them.
FAIR (FR) The book will display moderate to severe wear, it may be warped, the spine may be damaged but still in tact. The text however will be complete but the book is really only suitable as a reading copy and there may be notes or marking in the margins. Dust-jacket (if present) may be faded, marked, creased or torn.
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