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100 1  Tarnowska, Wafa' 
245 14 The seven wise princesses :|ba medieval Persian epic /
       |cretold by Wafa Tarnowska ; illustrated by Nilesh Mistry.
246 3  7 wise princesses 
264  1 New York :|bBarefoot Books,|c[2000] 
264  4 |c©2000 
300    96 pages :|bcolor illustrations ;|c28 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
500    These tales are based on the Persian poem Haft Paykar, 
       written by the 12th-century Sufi poet Nizami. 
504    Includes bibliographic references: page 96. 
505 0  The making of a Shah -- The building of the Seven 
       Pavilions -- The raja who dressed in black (told on 
       Saturday by the Indian princess) -- The emir who did not 
       want to marry (told on Sunday by the Greek princess) -- 
       The lovesick hermit (told on Monday by the Arabian 
       princess) -- The princess of the fort (told on Tuesday by 
       the Russian princess) -- The adventures of young Mahan 
       (told on Wednesday by the Moroccan princess) -- The story 
       of good and bad (told on Thursday by the Chinese princess)
       -- The unfortunate lovers (told on Friday by the Persian 
       princess) -- The shah and the shepherd. 
520    A lonely king, inspired by seven mysterious portraits, 
       invites seven lovely princesses to live with him; their 
       stories entertain and educate him in the ways of a wise 
       ruler. 
650  0 Fairy tales. 
650  0 Persian poetry|vJuvenile literature. 
700 1  Mistry, Nilesh,|eillustrator. 
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