I can't remember where I read that Thich Nhat Nanh recommended as basic daily reading the Bhaddekaratta Sutta (from the Majjhima Nikaya) and the Sutta Nipata, so I downloaded the pdf version in Buddhanet of the latter, an Australian version by Lesley Fowler Lebkowicz and Tamara Ditrich.
About a couple of weeks ago, I received a 1924 edition of Max Müller's "Dhammapada" with V. Fausböll's "Sutta-Nipata," and to my dismay I could see that Buddhanet's "Sutta-Nipata" and Fausböll's are totally different.
While Fausböll's edition is divided in Suttas and runs well into the 200 pages, the Buddhanet version is divided into chapters by subject (e.g. "On desire," "The Cave") and is a brief 56 pages. The spirit of the word is there, but they are basically two different books.
Could any of the members who is well-versed in both versions help me figure out which chapter in the Buddhanet version matches which sutta in the original by Fausböll?
Or is this version to be completely dismissed as a Sutta-Nipata?
Thank you very much for your answers!