Vikram and the Vampire, by Richard Burton

Table of Contents

Preface

Preface to the First (1870) Edition.

Introduction

The Vampire’s First Story.

In which a man deceives a woman.

The Vampire’s Second Story.

Of the Relative Villany of Men and Women.

The Vampire’s Third Story.

Of a High-minded Family.

The Vampire’s Fourth Story.

Of A Woman Who Told The Truth.

The Vampire’s Fifth Story.

Of the Thief Who Laughed and Wept.

The Vampire’s Sixth Story.

In Which Three Men Dispute about a Woman.

The Vampire’s Seventh Story.

Showing the Exceeding Folly of Many Wise Fools.

The Vampire’s Eighth Story.

Of the Use and Misuse of Magic Pills.

The Vampire’s Ninth Story.

Showing That a Man’s Wife Belongs Not to His Body but to His Head.

The Vampire’s Tenth Story.

Of the Marvellous Delicacy of Three Queens.

The Vampire’s Eleventh Story.

Which Puzzles Raja Vikram.

Conclusion.

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