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“Scarce had Aladdin’s mother begun to rub the Lamp when there appeared to her one of the Jinn, who said to her in a voice like thunder, ‘Say what you want of me. Here am I, your slave and the slave of whosoever holds the Lamp.’”

One of the most famous tales of the “Arabian Nights,” the story of Aladdin tells of a poor young man who, under false pretences, is recruited by a
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Paperback, Unabridged, 163 pages
Published May 12th 2019 by Blackdown Publications (first published 1712)
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British author who translates and adapts folklore and fairytales from original texts and puts them back into print.

Since writing her first story at the age of six, Rachel has never lost her love of writing and reading. A keen wildlife photographer and gardener, she is currently working on several writing projects.

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“Scarce had Aladdin’s mother begun to rub the Lamp when there appeared to her one of the Jinn, who said to her in a voice like thunder, “Say what you want of me. Here am I, your slave and the slave of whosoever holds the Lamp.” 0 likes
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