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Bahar-danush

"InaМ„yat AМ„llaМ„h.

Bahar-danush

or, Garden of knowledge. An oriental romance.

by "InaМ„yat AМ„llaМ„h.

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Published by Printed by J. and W. Eddowes in Shrewsbury .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementTr. from the Persic of Edinaiut Oollah. By Jonathan Scott.
ContributionsScott, Jonathan, 1754-1829, tr.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPK6477.I5 B33 1799
The Physical Object
Pagination3 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6981633M
LC Control Number07008488
OCLC/WorldCa5123404

Anecdotes and Jokes. The Enchanted Pear Tree is a tale type in Aarne-Thompson's Anecdotes and Jokes section. Boccaccio's Story of Lydia and Pyrrhus and Chaucer's Merchant's Tale are such tales of a dull-witted, usually older husband (senex amans) who is cuckolded by his clever wife.. The story of the pear tree is best known to English speaking readers from The Canterbury Tales, originates from. A French translation appeared at Amsterdam in two vols. and in Paris in one vol. (). Class 6. Chiefly founded on a wellknown Persian work, of which a more correct, though still incomplete, version was published in 3 vols. by Jonathan Scott in , under the title of Bahar Danush, or Garden of Knowledge. 5. Rasselas, by Samuel Johnson. Class 3.

Psalms Chapter Psalms. psa Under great affliction and distress, the psalmist prays unto God, Psa ; appeals to God's wonted kinkiness in behalf of his people, Psa , Psa ; relates the insults that he received, Psa ; mentions the goodness of God to him in his youth, as a reason why he should expect help now, Psa ; details his sufferings, and the indignities. The Murdered Substitute Tale The Murdered Substitute Tale Mathews, Ernst G. 1 G. P. Baker, â A New Source of The Changeling,â Journal of Comparofive Literature, I (), ; Karl Christ, Quellenstudien zu den Drameii Middletons (Leipzig, lWS), pp. ; Bertram Lloyd, â A Minor Source of â The Changeling,â â Modern Language Reuiew, XIX (),

The Bahar Danush, or Sea of Wisdom, abounds with maxims, apothegms, this was most faithfully translated from the Persian, by Dr. Jonathan Scott, late Persian secretary to his excellency Warren Hastings, published in three vols. 12mo., with notes, Shrewsbury, This is the most correct version of any Persian work yet offered to the public. Bahar-Danush; or, Garden of knowledge, an oriental romance tr. Ferishta’s House of Dekkan tr. Scott, Joseph Nicol Bailey’s (N.) New universal English dictionary Revised () ‘Scott, Leader’ (Mrs. Lucy E. Baxter) Tuscan studies and sketches () Scott, Michael.


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Addeddate : Bahar-Danush; or, garden of knowledge. An oriental romance. Translated from the Persic of Einaiut Oollah. By Jonathan Scott, In three volumes.

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Bahar-danush. Shrewsbury, Printed by J. and W. Eddowes, Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Bahar-danush or Garden of Knowledge. an Oriental Romance. Translated From The at the best online prices at. Fortunatus is a German proto-novel or chapbook about a legendary hero popular in 15th- and 16th-century Europe.

and the flying scaffold in the Bahar Danush, have all a certain similarity. Author Andrew Lang included it in The Grey Fairy Book as "Fortunatus and his Purse". Notes. He is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Chinese Culture of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Earlier, he taught for nearly two decades at Trinity College, Connecticut, US and served as the Associate Director of the Centre for East Asian Studies of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. --Book Jacket. Get this from a library.

Bahar-danush ; or: Garden of knowledge. An oriental romance. Translated from the Persic of Einaiut Oollah. By Jonathan Scott, of the East India Company's service, Persian Secretary to the late Governor General of Bengal, Warren Hastings, Esq. and translator of Ferishta's History of Dekkan, and of the reigns of the later emperors of Hindoostan.

The tale is found in Persia in the Bahar Danush, in which the husband climbs a date tree instead of a pear tree. It could have arrived in Europe through the One Thousand and One Nights, or perhaps the version in book VI of the Masnavi by Rumi.

Though several of the tales are sexually explicit by modern standards, this one is especially so. Jonathan Scott’s most popular book is The Arabian Nights. Books by Jonathan Scott. Jonathan Scott Average rating ratings 19 reviews shelved 1, times Showing 30 distinct works.

Bahar-danush by?Inayat Allah, Jonathan Scott. "The Merchant's Tale" (Middle English: The Marchantes Tale) is one of Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.

In it Chaucer subtly mocks antifeminist literature like that of Theophrastus ('Theofraste'). The tale also shows the influence of Boccaccio (Decameron: 7th day, 9th tale [1]), Deschamps' Le Miroir de Mariage, Roman de la Rose by Guillaume de Lorris (translated into English by Chaucer.

Shaikh ‘Inayatallah Kanbu of Delhi finished his romantic tale the Bahar-i Danish (‘The Springtime of Knowledge’) ina collection of Indian tales held together by the frame story of the romance of Jahandar Sultan and Bahravar Banu.

No early illustrated copy seems to have survived. A previously unknown manuscript of the text illustrated with miniatures appeared recently at. "The Merchant's Tale" (Middle English: The tale is found in Persia in the Bahar Danush, in which the husband climbs a date tree instead of a pear tree.

It could have arrived in Europe through the One Thousand and One Nights, or perhaps the version in book VI of the Masnavi by Rumi.

Though several of the tales are sexually explicit by modern. The Heetopadesa of Vishnoo Sarma, the Anvari Soheili, the Bahar Danush, Kalia we Durnna, and all the other forms of that original work; the fables of Lockman, Aesop, Phaedrus, Avienus, etc., are collections of proverbs, illustrated by their application to the most important purposes of.

The Text of the Mabinogion and other Welsh Tales from the Red Book of Hergest edited by John Rhys, M.A. and J. Gwenogfryn Evans. Oxford, The Mabinogion, from the Welsh of the Llyfr Coch o Hergest (The Red Book of Hergest) in the Library.

Clarke's Commentary Introduction to the Proverbs of Solomon, The Son of David, King of Israel There has scarcely been any dispute concerning either the author or Divine authority of this book, either in the Jewish or Christian Church: all allow that it was written by Solomon; and the general belief is, that he wrote the book by Divine inspiration.

The Bahar Danush, or Sea of Wisdom, abounds with maxims, apothegms, etc., similar to those in the preceding works; this was most faithfully translated from the Persian, by Dr.

Jonathan Scott, late Persian secretary to his excellency Warren Hastings, published in. Preface to the Book of Proverbs. the Bahar Danush, Kalia we Durnna, and all the other forms of that original work; the fables of Lockman, Aesop, Phaedrus, Avienus, etc., are collections of proverbs, illustrated by their application to the most important purposes of domestic, social, and civil life.

of Bahar Danush, or Garden of Knowledge. Rasselas, by Samuel Johnson. Class 3. Too well known to need comment. Almoran and Hamet, by Dr. Hawksworth. Class 3. Very popular at the beginning of the present century, but now forgotten. Oriental Fairy Tales (London, ). Class 4.

A series of very pretty fairy tales, by an anonymous author. The Book Of The THOUSAND NIGHTS AND A NIGHT MA'ARUF THE COBBLER AND HIS WIFE There dwelt once upon a time in the God-guarded city of Cairo a cobbler who lived by patching old shoes.[FN#1] His name was Ma'aruf[FN#2] and he had a wife called Fatimah, whom the folk had nicknamed "The Dung;"[FN#3] for that she was a whorish, worthless wretch.

Under great affliction and distress, the psalmist prays unto God, Psalm ; appeals to God's wonted kinkiness in behalf of his people, PsalmPsalm ; relates the insults that he received, Psalm ; mentions the goodness of God to him in his youth, as a reason why he should expect help now, Psalm ; details his sufferings, and the indignities offered to him, Psalm Jonathan Scott, Bahar-Danush, or the Garden of Knowledge, " an oriental romance, translated from the Persian of Einauit Oolah " (); and James Atkinson, Selections from the Shah Nameh of Firdausi, " translated from the Persian " ().

These early efforts led eventually to the com.A book published inDe Fascino, by a Spanish Benedictine monk, Leonard Vair, holds up the practice to ridicule.

Eveillon, in his Traité des Excommunications, published indoes the same. One curious story more, and we shall give a detailed account of one of these trials.