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Uniform Title Dabistān.
Title Oriental literature; or, The Dabistan, translated from the original Persian by David Shea and Anthony Troyer; introduction by A. V. Williams Jackson ...
Published New York, Tudor publishing co., 1937.
Description 6 p. l., 411 p. 24 cm.
Note Authorship attributed to Muḣammad Muḣsin, called Fānī.
Abridged from the first edition of the translation begun by D. Shea, completed by A. Troyer, and published in 3 v. with title "The Dabistán, or School of manners ..." London, 1843 (Oriental translation fund of Great Britain and Ireland) In accordance with this title,"Dabistán-ul-mazáhab" (School of religious doctrines or institutes) the work presents a sketch of many different kinds of doctrines and religious tenets, notably of Magism, Hinduism, Christiantiy, and Mohammedanism. cf. "Special introduction."
Subject Religions.
Iran -- Religion.
Related Names Fānī, Muḥsin, -1671 or 1672.
Shea, David, 1777-1836.
Troyer, Anthony, -1865.
OCLC number 522204