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Las Mil Y Una Noches: Cuentos Arabes, Volume 1; Issue 633; Issue 662; Issue 698 Of Biblioteca Popular Económica; Las Mil Y Una Noches: Cuentos Arabes; Antoine Galland
D.F. de P. mellado, 1846
Fiction; Fairy Tales, Folklore & Mythology; Fiction / Fairy Tales, Folklore & Mythology; Social Science / Folklore & Mythology
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Un vengativo sultán decide ajusticiar cada día a una mujer hasta que, llegado el turno de Scherezada, ella se niega a aceptar ese destino atroz. Para aplazar su muerte, resuelve cautivar la atención del rey a lo largo de mil y un noches con historias que en Oriente se han contado durante muchos siglos. En ellas se suceden los prodigios: palacios que vuelan por arte de magia, genios descomunales encerrados en pequeñas botellas, viajeros que encuentran a su paso una misteriosa ciudad de bronce. Así, con la destreza del mejor cuentista, la joven provoca el asombro, la risa o el temor de sus oyentes.
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Book Description Editorial Optima, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P118489693579