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Translated from original Hebrew version of the SEVEN SAGES, this collection of fascinating stories--based on unpublished manuscripts--makes available the complete English translation of Mishle Sendebar, the Hebrew version of an enormously popular medieval romance which originated in the East and was subsequently transmitted westward.

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FRONT MATTERTitle PageCopyright PageDedication PagePREFACECONTENTSILLUSTRATIONSABBREVIATIONSINTRODUCTION1. THE BOOK OF SINDIBAD AND THE SEVEN SAGES2. THE DATE AND SOURCE OF MISHLE SENDEBAR3. MISHLE SENDEBAR AND THE OTHER EASTERN VERSIONS4. THE THREE NEW STORIES IN MISHLE SENDEBAR5. A HYPOTHESIS6. TEXT AND ARRANGEMENTMISHLE SENDEBAR: TALES OF SENDEBAR TEXT, VARIANTS, NOTES AND ENGLISH TRANSLATIONAvisLavatorTurturesCatulaStriga et FonsCanisPalliumSimiaPanesZucharaAperBalneatorGladiusAbsalom RebellusAbsalom MortuusNominaIuvenis FeminaJusjurandumFur et LunaIngeniaVulpesGibbosiSenex CaecusAPPENDICESA. THE EASTERN VERSIONSB. THE SEVEN SAGES IN EUROPEC. THE MANUSCRIPTS, PRINTED EDITIONS, AND TRANSLATIONS OF MISHLE SENDEBARD. AUTHORSHIP OF MISHLE SENDEBARE. THE NAMES OF THE SAGESF. FUR ET LUNA: A COMPARISONG. TABLE OF STORIES AND THEIR ORDER IN MINOTESGLOSSARY OF TERMSBIBLIOGRAPHY
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