Hodja Nasreddin Efendi may or may not haved lived in fourteenth
century Anatolia. "Hodja" means "teacher", and the man himself was
probably an imam or a Sufi priest. If he was not a real person, it
has been necessary to invent him, and his wit, charm and drollery
are known throughout the Islamic world and further afield. George
Borrow's translation selects the best Hodja tales from the hundreds
which exist and are still told in tea-houses, bus-stations, schools
and homes today.
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