Van Thal. Oriental splendour

Today's free book is Oriental splendour: an anthology of Eastern tales by Herbert Van Thal (1953). For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available at Internet Archive (I have not checked for other online sources).



Table of Contents

ARABIA
The Sleeper and the Waker
The Tailor and the Lady and the Captain

BURMA
Aladdin’s Wonderful Lamp

CAMBODIA
The Story of the Man with a Knife

CEYLON
The Thief and his Son

CHINA
Miss Ying-Ning, or the Laughing Girl
The Courtesan
The Three Dedicated Chambers

EGYPT
The Peasant and the Workman
The Story of ’Arab-Zandiq

INDIA
Four Tales from the Panchatantra
The Thief who Laughed and Wept
The First Tale from the Dravidian Nights Entertainment 
The Farmer, His Wife, and the Open Door
The Story of the Wonderful Mango-Fruit
A Bear Marries a Girl
The Hungry Stones

JAPAN
The Eta Maiden and the Hatamoto
The Hojoki
The Young Tattooer

MOROCCO
The Merchant’s Daughter and the Sultan’s Son

PERSIA
The. Story of Sohrab
The Khazi of Emessa

SIAM
The Goldsmith

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