Joseph Knanishu, a nineteenth-century immigrant from Persia, narrates tales about the 'manners, customs, and peculiarities' of his people. He describes marriage among the Assyrian-Christians and the Muslims and depicts Persian social life; he talks of the Shah and his court, and relates legends and tales from Persian history and literature.
- Marriages Among the Assyrian Christians
- Marriages Among the Mohammedans
- Social Life in General
- The King and His Court
- Interesting Features and Legends
- Stories From Persian History
- Tales From Persian Literature