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The text is dressed up in a florid prose alien to the style of the original and many of the notes are sheer speculation.

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When Burton died in late 1890, he was working on a new translation of the original manuscript, including this missing chapter. In 1999, Jim Colville published the first English Perfumed Garden translated directly from the Arabic original.

The revised translation, due to be retitled The Scented Garden, was never published as Burton's wife Isabel burned the manuscript soon after his death. Of the Burton translation, he says, "details were expanded, episodes introduced and whole sections incorporated from other, non-Arabic, sources.It gives lists of names for the penis and vagina, has a section on the interpretation of dreams, and briefly describes sex among animals.Interspersed with these there are a number of stories which are intended to give context and amusement.According to the introduction of Colville's English translation, Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad al-Nafzawi probably wrote The Perfumed Garden sometime during the twelfth century.Sheikh Nefzawi, full name Abu Abdullah Muhammad ben Umar Nafzawi, was born among the Berber Nefzawa tribe in the south of present-day Tunisia.The Perfumed Garden first became widely known in the English-speaking world through a translation from the French in 1886 by Sir Richard Francis Burton.

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