ADVENTURES IN BUKHARA — Tales of Khoja Nasreddin by Leonid Solovyev

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Khoja Nasreddin, the central figure of this hilarious and intriguing story of the bazaars and palaces of Old Bukhara, is one of those riotously lovable characters who appear every now and again to tickle the ribs of the world.
To travel with him in his adventures through the pages of this book arouses that affection we all feel for the little man facing terrific odds. By the use of a ready tongue, and the exercise of considerable impudence and ingenuity, he succeeds in turning the most unfavourable situations to the advantage of himself and his fellow dwellers in the tents of the lowly.
You will enjoy every moment of these remarkable and fascinating tales from Central Asia, and you will regret parting company with Khoja Nasreddin when, having rescued the lady of his choice from the Emir’s harem, he rides from the last pages still thumbing his nose at authority

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Khoja Nasreddin, the central figure of this hilarious and intriguing story of the bazaars and palaces of Old Bukhara, is one of those riotously lovable characters who appear every now and again to tickle the ribs of the world. To travel with him in his adventures through the pages of this book arouses that affection we all feel for the little man facing terrific odds. By the use of a ready tongue, and the exercise of considerable impudence and ingenuity, he succeeds in turning the most unfavourable situations to the advantage of himself and his fellow dwellers in the tents of the lowly. You will enjoy every moment of these remarkable and fascinating tales from Central Asia, and you will regret parting company with Khoja Nasreddin when, having rescued the lady of his choice from the Emir’s harem, he rides from the last pages still thumbing his nose at authority

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