THE TALES OF THE GENII; OR, THE DELIGHTFUL LESSONS OF HORAM, THE SON OF ASMAR. [TWO VOLUMES]. Sir Charles Morell.
THE TALES OF THE GENII; OR, THE DELIGHTFUL LESSONS OF HORAM, THE SON OF ASMAR. [TWO VOLUMES]
THE TALES OF THE GENII; OR, THE DELIGHTFUL LESSONS OF HORAM, THE SON OF ASMAR. [TWO VOLUMES]
THE TALES OF THE GENII; OR, THE DELIGHTFUL LESSONS OF HORAM, THE SON OF ASMAR. [TWO VOLUMES]

THE TALES OF THE GENII; OR, THE DELIGHTFUL LESSONS OF HORAM, THE SON OF ASMAR. [TWO VOLUMES]

London: Wenman and Hodgson, 1793. Reprint. 12mo., 2 volumes; VG; bound in period calf, gilt to spine, burgundy and black labels with gilt titling; tape repair to gutters; interiors with mild foxing; 6 parts bound in 2 volumes, three parts each, each part with a separate title page and frontispiece; shelved case 7.

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NOTES

The Tales of the Genii, a pastiche of the Arabian Nights, were allegedly composed by an imam named Horam and translated from a Persian manuscript, but in actuality, they were products of Ridley's imagination. They belong to a genre of imitation Orientalia popular in the 18th century.

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