Adler-Ramsay. Told in the Coffee House: Turkish Tales

Today's free book is Told in the Coffee House: Turkish Tales by Cyrus Adler and Allan Ramsay. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available at Project Gutenberg, Internet Archive, Hathi Trust, and Google Books. You can get a free Kindle ebook from Amazon, and there's a free audiobook from LibriVox.

How the Hodja saved Allah
Better is the Folly of Woman than the Wisdom of Man
The Hanoum and the Unjust Cadi
What happened to Hadji, a Merchant of the Bezestan
How the Junkman travelled to find Treasure in his Own Yard
How Chapkin Halid became Chief Detective
How Cobbler Ahmet became the Chief Astrologer
The Wise Son of Ali Pasha
The Merciful Khan
King Kara-Kush of Bithynia
The Prayer Rug and the Dishonest Steward
The Goose, the Eye, the Daughter, and the Arm
The Forty Wise Men
How the Priest knew that it would Snow
Who was the Thirteenth Son?
Paradise sold by the Yard
Jew turned Turk
The Metamorphosis
The Calif Omar
Kalaidji Avram of Balata
How Mehmet Ali Pasha of Egypt administered Justice
How the Farmer learned to cure his Wife: A Turkish Aesop
The Language of Birds
The Swallow's Advice
We know not what the Dawn may Bring Forth
Old Men made Young
The Bribe
How the Devil lost his Wager
The Effects of Raki