Kunos. Turkish Fairy Tales

Today's free book is Forty-Four Turkish Fairy Tales by Ignacz Kunos, with illustrations by Willy Pogany. You can find out more about this book in the Turkish Fairy Tales unit of the Myth-Folklore UnTextbook.

For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image. The links below are to the Sacred Texts edition of the book.

The book is available at Internet ArchiveSacred Texts ArchiveHathi Books, and Google Books.

The Creation
The Brother and Sister
The Three Orange Peris
The Rose-Beauty
The Silent Princess
Kara Mustafa the Hero
The Wizard-Dervish
The Fish-Peri
The Horse-Dew and the Witch
The Simpleton
The Magic Turban, the Magic Whip and the Magic Carpet
Mahomet, the Bald-head
The Storm Fiend
The Laughing Apple and the Weeping Apple
The Crow-Peri
The Forty Princes and the Seven-headed Dragon
Kamer-taj, the Moon-horse
The Bird of Sorrow
The Enchanted Pomegranate Branch and the Beauty
The Magic Hair-Pins
Patience-Stone and Patience-Knife
The Dragon-Prince and the Step-Mother
The Magic Mirror
The Imp of the Well
The Soothsayer
The Daughter of the Padishah of Kandahar
Shah Meram and Sultan Sade
The Wizard and his Pupil
The Padishah of the Thirty Peris
The Deceiver and the Thief
The Snake-Peri and the Magic Mirror
Little Hyacinth's Kiosk
Prince Ahmed
The Liver
The Fortune Teller
Sister and Brother
Shah Jussuf
The Black Dragon and the Red Dragon
The Forlorn Princess
The Beautiful Helwa Maiden

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