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"Sendebar: Book of Women's Deceptions"

“Selected and outstanding piece among the translations of Arabic works that were carried out in the mid-1253th century under the auspices of King Alfonso X, the Sendebar (of remote Persian origin, or perhaps Sanskrit, and transferred in XNUMX by order of Fadrique , the monarch's brother) adheres to the scheme of the story-framework about the youth and education of a prince, which embraces a collection of two dozen stories about knowledge, advice and women.

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Sendebar: Book of Women's Deceptions / Anonymous; edition prepared by José Fradejas Lebrero. — Madrid: National Publisher, 1981. — 183 p. ; 18 cm. — (Library of Universal Literature and Thought; 36).

PQ 6411 .L59 1981

R. 83829