|Title:||le Cabinet des Fées tome 7|
|Publisher:||Barde, Manget & Compagnie|
|Tags:||fairy tale, fiction, short stories, children's literature|
Cabinet fairies (The Cabinet of fairies, or Select Collection of fairy tales and other fairy tales) is a collection of stories compiled by Knight Charles Joseph Mayer (1751-1825) which appears in Amsterdam between 1785 and 1789. It includes forty-one volumes, presenting the texts of forty storytellers, including Charles Perrault, Madame d’Aulnoy, Mademoiselle Leprince de Beaumont, Mademoiselle de La Force, Miss Lheritier, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, the Chevalier de Mailly, and more. Each volume is illustrated with three etchings, drawn by Mr. Marillier and engraved under the direction of Nicolas Delaunay.
This volume begins the story of Scheherazade and the first eighty-five nights of stories. [Suggest a different description.]
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