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Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp | The Blue Fairy Book | Traditional | Lit2Go ETCIt was added to the collection in the 18th century by the Frenchman Antoine Galland , who acquired the tale from Syrian Maronite storyteller Hanna Diyab. Known along with Ali Baba as one of the "orphan tales", the story was not part of the original Nights collection and has no authentic Arabic textual source, but was incorporated into the book Les mille et une nuits by its French translator, Antoine Galland. John Payne quotes passages from Galland's unpublished diary: recording Galland's encounter with a Syrian Maronite storyteller from Aleppo , Hanna Diyab. Galland's diary further reports that his transcription of "Aladdin" for publication occurred in the winter of — It was included in his volumes ix and x of the Nights , published in The other is supposed to be a copy Mikhail Sabbagh made of a manuscript written in Baghdad in
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In one of the large and rich cities of China there once lived a tailor named Mustapha. He was very poor. He could hardly, by his daily labor, maintain himself and his family, which consisted only of his wife and a son. His son, who was called Aladdin, was a very careless and idle fellow. He was disobedient to his father and mother, and would go out early in the morning and stay out all day, playing in the streets and public places with idle children of his own age. When he was old enough to learn a trade his father took him into his own shop, and taught him how to use his needle; but all his father's endeavors to keep him to his work were vain, for no sooner was his back turned than the boy was gone for that day.