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Volume 1 Edit

Volume 2 Edit

Volume 3 Edit

  • The Tale of King Omar Bin al-Nu'uman and His Sons Sharrkan and Zau al-Makan (cont'd)
    • Tale of Tàj al-Mulúk and the Princess Dunyà: The Lover and the Loved (continued)
      • Continuation of the Tale of Aziz and Azizah
  • [The Tale of King Omar Bin al-Nu'uman and His Sons Sharrkan and Zau al-Makan]
    • Tale of the Hashish Eater
  • [The Tale of King Omar Bin al-Nu'uman and His Sons Sharrkan and Zau al-Makan]
    • Tale of Hammad the Badawi
  • [The Tale of King Omar Bin al-Nu'uman and His Sons Sharrkan and Zau al-Makan]
  • The Birds and Beasts and the Carpenter
  • The Hermits
  • The Water-Fowl and the Tortoise
  • The Wolf and the Fox
    • Tale of the Falcon and the Partridge
  • The Mouse and the Ichneumon
  • The Cat and the Crow
  • The Fox and the Crow
    • The Flea and the Mouse
    • The Saker and the Birds
    • The Sparrow and the Eagle
  • The Hedgehog and the Wood Pigeons
    • The Merchant and the Two Sharpers
  • The Thief and His Monkey
    • The Foolish Weaver
  • The Sparrow and the Peacock
  • Tale of Ali bin Bakkar and Shams al-Nahar
  • Tale of Kamar al-Zaman

Volume 4 Edit

  • The Thief and the Shroff
  • The Chief of the Kus Police and the Sharper
  • Ibrahim bin al-Mahdi and the Merchant's Sister
  • The Woman whose Hands were Cut Off for Giving Alms to the Poor
  • The Devout Israelite
  • Abu Hassan al-Ziyadi and the Khorasan Man
  • The Poor Man and His Friend in Need
  • The Ruined Man Who Became Rich Again Through a Dream
  • Caliph al-Mutawakkil and his Concubine Mahbubah
  • Wardan the Butcher; His Adventure With the Lady and the Bear
  • The King's Daughter and the Ape

Volume 5 Edit

  • The Ebony Horse
  • Uns al-Wujud and the Wazir's Daughter al-Ward Fi'l-Akmam or Rose-In-Hood
  • Abu Nowas With the Three Boys and the Caliph Harun al-Rashid
  • Abdallah bin Ma'amar With the Man of Bassorah and His Slave Girl
  • The Lovers of the Banu Ozrah
  • The Wazir of al-Yaman and His Younger Brother
  • The Loves of the Boy and Girl at School
  • Al-Mutalammis and His Wife Umaymah
  • The Caliph Harun al-Rashid and Queen Zubaydah in the Bath
  • Harun al-Rashid and the Three Poets
  • Mus'ab bin al-Zubayr and Ayishah Daughter of Talhah
  • Abu al-Aswad and His Slave-Girl
  • Harun al-Rashid and the Two Slave-Girls
  • The Caliph Harun al-Rashid and the Three Slave-Girls
  • The Miller and His Wife
  • The Simpleton and the Sharper
  • The Kazi Abu Yusuf With Harun al-Rashid and Queen Zubaydah
  • The Caliph al-Hakim and the Merchant
  • King Kisra Anushirwan and the Village Damsel
  • The Water-Carrier and the Goldsmith's Wife
  • Khusrau and Shirin and the Fisherman
  • Yahya bin Khalid the Barmecide and the Poor Man
  • Mohammed al-Amin and the Slave-Girl
  • The Sons of Yahya bin Khalid and Sa'id bin Salim al-Bahili
  • The Woman's Trick Against Her Husband
  • The Devout Woman and the Two Wicked Elders
  • Ja'afar the Barmecide and the Old Badawi
  • The Caliph Omar bin al-Khattab and the Young Badawi
  • The Caliph al-Maamun and the Pyramids of Egypt
  • The Thief and the Merchant
  • Masrur the Eunuch and Ibn al-Karibi
  • The Devotee Prince
  • The Unwise Schoolmaster Who Fell in Love by Report
  • The Foolish Dominie
  • The Illiterate Who Set Up For a Schoolmaster
  • The King and the Virtuous Wife
  • Abd al-Rahman the Maghribi's Story of the Rukh
  • Adi bin Zayd and the Princess Hind
  • Di'ibil al-Khuza'i With the Lady and Muslim bin al-Walid
  • Isaac of Mosul and the Merchant
  • The Three Unfortunate Lovers
  • How Abu Hasan Brake Wind
  • The Lovers of the Banu Tayy
  • The Mad Lover
  • The Prior Who Became a Moslem
  • The Loves of Abu Isa and Kurrat al-Ayn
  • Al-Amin Son of al-Rashid and His Uncle Ibrahim bin al-Mahdi
  • Al-Fath bin Khakan and the Caliph Al-Mutawakkil
  • The Man's Dispute With the Learned Woman Concerning the Relative Excellence of Male and Female
  • Abu Suwayd and the Pretty Old Woman
  • The Emir ali bin Tahir and the Girl Muunis
  • The Woman Who had a Boy and the Other Who had a Man to Lover
  • Ali the Cairene and the Haunted House in Baghdad
  • The Pilgrim Man and the Old Woman
  • Abu al-Husn and His Slave-Girl Tawaddud
  • The Angel of Death With the Proud King and the Devout Man
  • The Angel of Death and the Rich King
  • The Angel of Death and the King of the Children of Israel
  • Iskandar Zu al-Karnayn and a Certain Tribe of Poor Folk
  • The Righteousness of King Anushirwan
  • The Jewish Kazi and His Pious Wife
  • The Shipwrecked Woman and Her Child
  • The Pious Black Slave
  • The Devout Tray-Maker and His Wife
  • Al-Hajjaj and the Pious Man
  • The Blacksmith Who Could Handle Fire Without Hurt (
  • The Devotee To Whom Allah Gave a Cloud for Service and the Devout King
  • The Moslem Champion and the Christian Damsel
  • The Christian King's Daughter and the Moslem
  • The Prophet and the Justice of Providence
  • The Ferryman of the Nile and the Hermit
  • The Island King and the Pious Israelite
  • Abu al-Hasan and Abu Ja'afar the Leper
  • The Queen of Serpents

Volume 6 Edit

  • The City of Brass
  • The Craft and Malice of Woman, or the Tale of the King, His Son, His Concubine and the Seven Wazirs
    • The King and His Wazir's Wife
    • The Confectioner, His Wife and the Parrot
    • The Fuller and His Son
    • The Rake's Trick Against the Chaste Wife
    • The Miser and the Loaves of Bread
    • The Lady and Her Two Lovers
    • The King's Son and the Ogress
    • The Drop of Honey
    • The Woman Who Made Her Husband Sift Dust
    • The Enchanted Spring
    • The Wazir's Son and the Hammam-Keeper's Wife
    • The Wife's Device to Cheat her Husband
    • The Goldsmith and the Cashmere Singing-Girl
    • The Man who Never Laughed During the Rest of His Days
    • The King's Son and the Merchant's Wife
    • The Page Who Feigned to Know the Speech of Birds
    • The Lady and Her Five Suitors
    • The Three Wishes, or the Man Who Longed to see the Night of Power
    • The Stolen Necklace
    • The Two Pigeons
    • Prince Behram and the Princess Al-Datma
    • The House With the Belvedere
    • The King's Son and the Ifrit's Mistress
    • The Sandal-Wood Merchant and the Sharpers
    • The Debauchee and the Three-Year-Old Child
    • The Stolen Purse (606)
    • The Fox and the Folk
  • Judar and His Brethren
  • The History of Gharib and His Brother Ajib

Volume 7 Edit

Volume 8 Edit

Volume 9 Edit

Volume 10 Edit

Supplemental Nights, Volume 1 Edit

  • Harun al-Rashid and the Woman of the Barmecides
  • The Ten Wazirs; or the History of King Azadbakht and His Son. This is a series of stories from the Breslau edition (nights 435-487) in which a youth saves his life by telling stories over eleven days.
    • Of the Uselessness of Endeavour Against Persistent Ill Fortune
    • Story of the Merchant Who Lost His Luck
    • Of Looking To the Ends of Affairs
    • Tale of the Merchant and His Sons
    • Of the Advantages of Patience
    • Story of Abu Sabir
    • Of the Ill Effects of Impatience
    • Story of Prince Bihzad
    • Of the Issues of Good and Evil Actions
    • Story of King Dadbin and His Wazirs
    • Of Trust in Allah
    • Story of King Bakhtzaman
    • Of Clemency
    • Story of King Bihkard
    • Of Envy and Malice
    • Story of Aylan Shah and Abu Tammam
    • Of Destiny or That Which Is Written On the Forehead
    • Story of King Ibrahim and His Son
    • Of the Appointed Term, Which, if it be Advanced, May Not Be Deferred, and if it be Deferred, May Not Be Advanced
    • Story of King Sulayman Shah and His Niece
    • Of the Speedy Relief of Allah
    • Story of the Prisoner and How Allah Gave Him Relief
  • Ja'afar Bin Yahya and Abd al-Malik bin Salih the Abbaside
  • Al-Rashid and the Barmecides
  • Ibn al-Sammak and al-Rashid
  • Al-Maamum and Zubaydah
  • Al-Nu'uman and the Arab of the Banu Tay
  • Firuz and His Wife
  • King Shah Bakht and his Wazir Al-Rahwan (a wazir accused of plotting to kill the king saves himself by telling tales each night for 28 days).
    • Tale of the Man of Khorasan, His Son and His Tutor
    • Tale of the Singer and the Druggist
    • Tale of the King Who Kenned the Quintessence of Things
    • Tale of the Richard Who Married His Beautiful Daughter to the Poor Old Man
    • Tale of the Sage and His Three Sons
    • Tale of the Prince who Fell in Love With the Picture
    • Tale of the Fuller and His Wife and the Trooper
    • Tale of the Merchant, The Crone, and the King
    • Tale of the Simpleton Husband
    • Tale of the Unjust King and the Tither
    • Story of David and Solomon
    • Tale of the Robber and the Woman
    • Tale of the Three Men and Our Lord Isa
    • The Disciple's Story
    • Tale of the Dethroned Ruler Whose Reign and Wealth Were Restored to Him
    • Talk of the Man Whose Caution Slew Him
    • Tale of the Man Who Was Lavish of His House and His Provision to One Whom He Knew Not
    • Tale of the Melancholist and the Sharper
    • Tale of Khalbas and his Wife and the Learned Man
    • Tale of the Devotee Accused of Lewdness
    • Tale of the Hireling and the Girl
    • Tale of the Weaver Who Became a Leach by Order of His Wife
    • Tale of the Two Sharpers Who Each Cozened His Compeer
    • Tale of the Sharpers With the Shroff and the Ass
    • Tale of the Chear and the Merchants
    • Story of the Falcon and the Locust
    • Tale of the King and His Chamberlain's Wife
    • Story of the Crone and the Draper's Wife
    • Tale of the Ugly Man and His Beautiful Wife
    • Tale of the King Who Lost Kingdom and Wife and Wealth and Allah Restored Them to Him
    • Tale of Salim the Youth of Khorasan and Salma, His Sister
    • Tale of the King of Hind and His Wazir
  • Shahrazad and Shahryar

Supplemental Nights, Volume 2 Edit

  • Al-Malik al-Zahir Rukn al-Din Bibars al-Bundukdari and the Sixteen Captains of Police.
    • First Constable's History
    • Second Constable's History
    • Third Constable's History
    • Fourth Constable's History
    • Fifth Constable's History
    • Sixth Constable's History
    • Seventh Constable's History
    • Eighth Constable's History
    • The Thief's Tale
    • Ninth Constable's History
    • Tenth Constable's History
    • Eleventh Constable's History
    • Twelfth Constable's History
    • Thirteenth Constable's History
    • Fourteenth Constable's History
    • A Merry Jest of a Clever Thief
    • Tale of the Old Sharper
    • Fifteenth Constable's History
    • Sixteenth Constable's History
  • Tale of Harun al-Rashid and Abdullah bin Nafi'
  • Tale of King Ins bin Kays and His Daughter with the Son of King Al-'Abbas
  • Tale of the Two kings and the Wazir's Daughters
  • The Concubine and the Caliph
  • The Concubine of Al-Maamun
  • The Sleeper and the Waker
  • The Ten Wazirs; or the History of King Azadbakht and His Son
  • King Dadbin and His Wazirs
  • King Aylan Shah and Abu Tamman
  • King Sulayman Shah and His Niece
  • Firuz and His Wife
  • King Shah Bakht and His Wazir Al-Rahwan
  • On the Art of Enlarging Pearls
  • The King Who Kenned the Quintessence of Things
  • The Prince Who Fell In Love With the Picture
  • The Fuller, His Wife, and the Trooper
  • The Simpleton Husband
  • The Three Men and our Lord Isa
  • The Melancholist and the Sharper
  • The Devout Woman accused of Lewdness
  • The Weaver Who Became A Leach By Order of His Wife
  • The King Who Lost Kingdom, Wife, and Wealth
  • Legend of St. Eustache
  • Romance of Sir Isumbras
  • Al-Malik al-Zahir and the Sixteen Captains of Police
  • The Thief's Tale
  • The Ninth Constable's Story
  • The Fifteenth Constable's Story
  • The Damsel Tuhfat al-Kulub
  • Women's Wiles
  • Nur al-Din and the Damsel Sitt al-Milah
  • King Ins Bin Kays and his Daughter
  • Additional Notes
    • Firuz and His Wife
    • The Singer and the Druggist
    • The Fuller, His Wife, and the Trooper

Supplemental Nights, Volume 3 Edit

Supplemental Nights, Volume 4 Edit

  • Story of the Sultan of Al-Yaman and His Three Sons
  • Story of the Three Sharpers
    • The Sultan Who Fared Forth in the Habit of a Darwaysh
    • History of Mohammed, Sultan of Cairo
    • Story of the First Lunatic
    • Story of the Second Lunatic
    • Story of the Sage and the Scholar
    • The Night-Adventure of Sultan Mohammed of Cairo with the Three Foolish Schoolmasters
      • Story of the Broke-Back Schoolmaster
      • Story of the Split-Mouthed Schoolmaster
      • Story of the Limping Schoolmaster
    • Story of the Three Sisters and Their Mother the Sultanah
  • History of the Kazi Who Bare a Babe
  • Tale of the Kazi and the Bhang-Eater
    • History of the Bhang-Eater and His Wife
    • How Drummer Abu Kasim Became a Kazi
    • Story of the Kazi and His Slipper
  • [Tale of the Kazi and the Bhang-Eater] resumed
    • Tale of Mahmud the Persian and the Kurd Sharper
    • Tale of the Sultan and His Sons and the Enchanting Bird (
    • Story of the King of Al-Yaman and His Three Sons and the Enchanting Bird
    • History of the First Larrikin
    • History of the Second Larrikin
    • History of the Third Larrikin
    • Story of a Sultan of Al-Hind and His Son Mohammed
    • Tale of the Fisherman and His Son
    • Tale of the Third Larrikin Concerning Himself
  • History of Abu Niyyah and Abu Niyyatayn

Supplemental Nights, Volume 5 Edit

  • The History of the King's Son of Sind and the Lady Fatimah
  • History of the Lovers of Syria
  • History of Al-Hajjaj Bin Yusuf and the Young Sayyid
  • Night Adventure of Harun al-Rashid and the Youth Manjab
    • The Loves of the Lovers of Bassorah
  • [Night Adventure of Harun al-Rashid and the Youth Manjab] resumed
    • Story of the Darwaysh and the Barber's Boy and the Greedy Sultan
    • Tale of the Simpleton Husband
    • Note Concerning the "Tirrea Bede"
    • The Loves of Al-Hayfa and Yusuf
  • The Three Princes of China
  • The Righteous Wazir Wrongfully Gaoled
  • The Cairene Youth, the Barber and the Captain
  • The Goodwife of Cairo and Her Four Gallants
    • The Tailor and the Lady and the Captain
    • The Syrian and the Three Women of Cairo
    • The Lady With Two Coyntes
    • The Whorish Wife Who Vaunted Her Virtue
  • Cœlebs the Droll and His Wife and Her Four Lovers
  • The Gatekeeper of Cairo and the Cunning She-Thief
  • Tale of Mohsin and Musa
  • Mohammed the Shalabi and His Mistress and His Wife
  • The Fellah and His Wicked Wife
  • The Woman Who Humoured Her Lover At Her Husband's Expense
  • The Kazi Schooled By His Wife
  • The Merchant's Daughter and the Prince of Al-Irak
  • Story of the Youth Who Would Futter His Father's Wives
  • Story of the Two Lack-Tacts of Cairo and Damascus

Supplemental Nights, Volume 6 Edit

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