Persian Letters. Translated with an Introd. and Notes, by C. J. Betts Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Letters 1 - 9

• In Letter 1, Usbek writes to Rustan and and explains his desire to travel and wants to know what others are saying about him.

• In Letter 2, Usbek writes to the head eunuch emphasizing his trust in the eunuch in caring for his wives.

• In Letter 3, Zachi writes to Usbek and describes the trip to the country and remembers when she was chosen above the other wives in a contest.

• In Letter 4, Zephis, another wife of Usbek, writes a complaint about the head eunuch and states that the eunuch is trying to take her slave away.

• In Letter 5, Rustan writes to Usbek explaining how poorly people speak of Usbek because of his choice to travel outside of Persia.

• In Letter 6, Usbek writes to Nessir and confesses he is questioning his decision to leave his wives and travel outside of Persia.

• In Letter 7, Fatme, another wife, writes that even...

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