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The town of Nefzaoua is surrounded by a wall built of stones and bricks; having six gateways, one mosque, baths, and a market; in the environs are many wells and gardens. But an author certainly is to be commended for having surrounded himself with the lights of former savants, and it would be ingratitude not to acknowledge the benefit which his books have conferred upon people who were still in their infancy to the art of love.

For instance, all the record of Mocailama and of Chedja is taken from the work of Mohammed ben Djerir el Taberi ; the description of the different positions for coition, as well as the movements applicable to them, are borrowed from Indian works; finally, the book of ” Birds and Flowers ,” by Azeddine el Mocadecciseems to have been consulted with respect to the interpretation of dreams.

In spite of the subject-matter of the book and the manifold errors found in it, and caused by the negligence and ignorance of the copyists, it is manifest that this treatise comes from the pen of a man of great erudition, who had a better knowledge in general of literature and medicine than is commonly found with Arabs.

This page was last edited on 30 Augustat By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. With the view to give more weight to his recommendations, he does not hesitate to multiply his religious citations and in many cases invokes even the authority of the Koran, the most sacred book of the Mussulmans. The Cheikh himself records that he lived in Tunis, and it is probable the book was written there.

As he, however, desired not to give the Bey cause for offence, whereby he might have incurred danger, he merely requested a short delay, in order to be able to finish a work which he had in hand. In doubtful and difficult cases, and where the ideas of flpwers author did not seem to be clearly set out, I azevdine not hesitated to look for enlightment to the savants of sundry confessions, and by their kind assistance many difficulties, which I believed insurmountable, were conquered.

What can be more flowerz, in adn, than the study of the principles upon which rest the happiness of man and woman, by reason of their mutual amd relations which are themselves dependent upon character, health, temperament and the constitution, all of which it is the duty of philosophers to study. It would certainly have been interesting azeedine know which animals, by reason of their nature and conformation, are fittest to give pleasure either to man or woman, and what would be the result of such copulation.

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It will be only the shamefully ignorant, the enemy of all science, who does not read it, or who turns it into ridicule. Views Read Edit View history.

Author:Izz al-Din al-Mosadeqi

Retrieved from ” https: Should we look for the cause of this gap to the contempt which the Mussulman in reality feels for woman, and owing to which he may birvs that it would be degrading to his dignity as a man to descend to caresses otherwise regulated than by the laws of nature? But this Arabian etymology does not appear to be correct, as according to the Arabian historians the names of the localities are older than the establishment of Islamism. It may be assumed that this book, without being exactly a compilation, is not entirely due to the genius of the Cheikh Nefzaoui, and that several parts may have been borrowed from Arabian and Indian writers.

But this version, which is not supported by any authenticated proof, and which represents the Cheikh Nefzaoui as a man of light morals, does not seem to be admissable. It is only to be regretted that this work, so complete in many respects, is defective in so far as it makes no mention of a custom too common with the Arabs not to deserve particular attention. I say unnecessarily, because this book, folwers than any other, ought to azdddine commentaries; grave questions are treated in it, and open out a large field for flowres and meditation.

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In other languages Add links. This page has been validated. But an author certainly is to be commended for having surrounded himself with the lights of former savants, and it would be ingratitude not azeddinw acknowledge.

As regards the birthplace of the author, it may be taken for granted, considering that the Arabs habitually joined the name of their birthplace to their own, that he was born at Nefzaoua, 2 a town situated in the district of that name on the shore of the lake Sebkha Melrir, in the south of the kingdom of Tunis.

It is, therefore, inexcusable that he should not have spoken more particularly on those points.

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His knowledge of law and literature, as well as of medicine, having been reported to the Bey of Tunis, this ruler wished to invest him with the office of cadi, although he was unwilling to occupy himself with public functions. One need only glance at the book to be convinced that its author was animated by the most praiseworthy intentions, and that, far from being in fault, he deserves gratitude for the services he has rendered to humanity.

The flowefs of the Cheikh has become known to posterity as the author of this work, which is the only one attributed to him. aaeddine

According to tradition, a particular motive induced him to undertake a work at variance with his simple tastes and retired habits. What may have been the motive for these omissions? It is evident that the birde is convinced of the importance of his subject, and that the desire to be of use to his fellow-men is the sole motive of his efforts. But what makes this treatise birda as a book of its kind, is the seriousness with which the most lascivious and obscene matters are presented.

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Notes of the Translator Respecting the Cheikh Nefzaoui 1. According to the historical notice contained in the first, leaves of the manuscript, and notwithstanding the apparent error respecting the name of the Bey who was reigning in Tunis, it may be presumed that this work was written in the beginning of the sixth century, about the year of the Hegira. It may be assumed that szeddine book, without being exactly a compilation, ibrds not entirely due to the genius of the Cheikh Nefzaoui, and that several parts may have been borrowed from Arabian and Indian writers.

Page:The Perfumed Garden – Burton – 1886.djvu/14

Amongst the authors who have treated of similar subjects, there is not one that can be entirely compared with the Cheikh; birdd his book reminds you, at the same time, of Aretinof the book ” Conjugal Love ,” and of Rabelais ; the resemblance to this last is sometimes so striking that I could not resist the temptation to quote, in several places, analogous passages.

This having been granted, he set himself to compose the treatise which was then occupying his mind, and which, becoming known, drew azevdine much attention upon the author, that it became henceforth impossible to confide to him functions of the nature of those of a cadi. I am glad to render them here my thanks.

But what makes this treatise unique as a book of its kind, is the seriousness with which the most lascivious and obscene matters are presented. With the view to give more weight to his recommendations, he does not hesitate to multiply his religious citations and in many cases invokes even the authority of the Koran, the most sacred book of the Mussulmans.

The mouths of paederasts, you say, smell floers If such be true, as you aver, Fabulus, What about those, think you, that lick the vulva?

The same silence has been preserved by the author respecting bestiality. I speak of the taste so universal with the old Greeks and Romans, namely, the preference they give to a boy before a woman, or even to treat the latter as a boy. Nevertheless the two stories which he relates, and which speak, one of the mutual caresses of two women, and the other of a woman flowsrs the caresses of an ass, show that he knew of such matters.

He will therefore not be surprised to find that some slight details arc not on flowees level with the knowledge acquired since.