Imagen del editor

TALES from the ARABIAN NIGHTS *

AARON, Gregory C.

57.369 valoraciones por Goodreads
ISBN 10: 0894719823 / ISBN 13: 9780894719820
Editorial: RUNNING PRESS, * * * * *, 1991
Usado Condición: Fine Encuadernación de tapa dura
Comprar usado
Precio: EUR 27,74 Convertir moneda
Gastos de envío: EUR 5,80 A Estados Unidos de America Destinos, gastos y plazos de envío
Añadir al carrito

Ofrecido por

L. Michael
North Hollywood, CA, Estados Unidos de America

Valoración 5 estrellas

Librería en AbeBooks desde: 28 de febrero de 2006

Descripción

B00K: Fine+/, $42.14 0894719823 TALES from the ARABIAN NIGHTS AARON, Gregory C. Edmund DULAC, 19 Full Color Illustrations RUNNING PRESS 1991 1sT Edition, 1sT Printing Shirt Pocket Sized, D/j + H/c. Brown Colored Spine With Title In Black Letters, Dust Jacket: Fine/, Slight Shelf, Edge And Corner Wear. Hard Cover B00K: Fine+/, Slight Shelf, Edge And Corner Wear. 148 Numbered Pages In Fine/ Condition, Slight Wear. Shirt Pocket Sized Book. No Tears. No Odors. No Writing. No Names. No Stains. Description Applies To This B00K, ONLY. This Book Has A Is Hard To Find, Will Be Packaged And Shipped Carefully, To Avoid Shipping Damage And Will Make It, An Excellent Addition To Your Own Personal Library Collection, Or As A Gift. WORLD WIDE SHIPPING, AVAILABLE. N° de ref. de la librería 013213

Cantidad: 1

Hacer una pregunta a la librería

Detalles bibliográficos

Título: TALES from the ARABIAN NIGHTS *

Editorial: RUNNING PRESS, * * * * *

Año de publicación: 1991

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Ilustrador: Edmund DULAC, 19 Full Color Illustrations

Condición del libro: Fine

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Fine

Edición: 1st Edition

Acerca de

Sinopsis:

Excerpt: ...nothing by being seen; on the contrary, they would please the more." "Sire," answered the princess, smiling, "they are not musicians, but the leaves of the tree your majesty sees before you, which form this concert; and if you will give yourself the trouble to go a little nearer, you will be convinced, for the voices will be the more distinct." The emperor went nearer, and was so charmed with the sweet harmony that he could never have been tired with hearing it. "Daughter," said he, "tell me, I pray you, whether this wonderful tree was found in your garden by chance, or was a present made to you, or have you procured it from some foreign country? It must certainly have come from a great distance, otherwise, curious as I am after natural rarities, I should have heard of it. What name do you call it by?" "Sire," replied the princess, "this tree has no other name than that of the singing-tree, and is not a native of this country. Its history is connected with the yellow-water and the speaking-bird, which came to me at the same time, and which your majesty may see after you have rested yourself. And if it please you, I will relate to you the history of these rarities." "My daughter," replied the emperor, "my fatigue is so well recompensed by the wonderful things you have 150 shown me, that I do not feel it the least. I am impatient to see the yellow-water and to admire the speaking-bird." When the emperor came to the yellow-water his eyes were fixed so steadfastly upon the fountain that he could not take them off. At last, addressing himself to the princess, he said, "Whence is this wonderful water? Where its source? By what art is it made to play so high that nothing in the world can be compared to it? I conclude that it is foreign, as well as the singing-tree." "Sire," replied the princess, "it is as your majesty conjectures; and to let you know that this water has no communication with any spring, I must inform you that the basin is one entire...

From the Back Cover:

A startlingly prolific collector of fairy tales from around the world, Andrew Lang, in this 1898 work, brought together in one volume the "fairy tales of the East," the delightful and resoundingly entertaining adventures of The Arabian Nights.

Translated from a French version that omits all the "very dull and stupid" additions of early European retellings, this wonderful book regales us with the stories of Sindbad and his seven voyages, the "Vizir who was Punished," Aladdin and his magic lamp, and many, many more.

Complete with beautiful pen-and-ink illustrations, this is a collection to treasure, whether you're studying comparative mythology or just seeking a rollicking good read.

"Sobre este título" puede pertenecer a otra edición de este libro.

Descripción de la librería

Home Office

Ver la página web de la librería

Condiciones de venta:

Terms of Sale
Subject to availability of items and verification by Seller of correct price and condition. Seller may, in his sole discretion, refuse to sell any item to any prospective buyer. Seller shall have the right to determine mode of payment and delivery which is normally by United States Post Office, at the expense of buyer and which requires a street address, not a P.O. Box number. Payment in advance is may be required for first time clients. We accept cash, money order and checks in US...

Más información
Condiciones de envío:

Shipping costs are based on books weighing 2.2 LB, or 1 KG. If your book order is heavy or oversized, we may contact you to let you know extra shipping is required.

Todos los libros de esta librería

Métodos de pago
aceptados por la librería

Visa Mastercard American Express Carte Bleue

PayPal Transferencia Bancaria