Baghdad: Printed by the Government Press, 1920.
, 10 pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Biscuit wrappers. Very good. Not in OCLC. Item #233937
A short didactic anecdote, extracted from the author’s Thoughts on Education, for the benefit of children. An hypocritical mullah receives his comeuppance at the hand of the villagers he has exploited.
With an addendum, reading in part: “It is therefore not only necessary for us to educate our children, boys and girls alike, but also incumbent upon each and every person, man or woman, to acquire knowledge and to make use of it …”.