|Other titles||The thousand and one nights.|
|Statement||translated by Edward William Lane ; revised by Stanley Lane-Poole, with introduction, notes and illustrations.|
|Series||The Harvard Classics|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||460|
“One Thousand and One Nights” is an Arab book of stories that contains legends, stories, anecdotes and others. There are many stories written in verse and characterized like art. There are many dialogues and monologs, Turkish loanwords and archaism. One Thousand and One Nights - Complete Arabian Nights Collection (Delphi Classics) (Series Six Book 12) - Kindle edition by Burton, Richard Francis, Payne, John, Lang, Andrew, Scott, Jonathan. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading One Thousand and One 5/5(6). Harvard Classics, Vol. 16 Stories from the Thousand and One Nights Translated by Edward William Lane Revised by Stanley Lane-Poole The desperate entertainments of a wife delaying execution by her husband, this translation of 42 stories from a much larger collection has become the most well-known of folk tales for younger readers: Aladdin and his Wonderful Lamp, the . Beyond this, "The Thousand and One Nights" is a veritable portrait of what may be the quintessential quality of genius or of that trait which is the supreme illustration of genius or that distinguishes the highest genius from all others: a universal becoming; a bursting forth everywhere - as if from an irresistible pressure or an incessant 5/5(4).
The Origins of the Arabian Nights Arabian Nights, more properly known as One Thousand and One Nights is a collection of Middle Eastern and South Asian stories and folk tales, compiled in Arabic during the Islamic Golden period lasted from the eighth century to the thirteenth century, when much of the Arabic-speaking world experienced a scientific, economic, and . The Thousand and One Nights, collection of largely Middle Eastern and Indian stories of uncertain date and authorship. Its tales of Aladdin, Ali Baba, and Sindbad the Sailor have almost become part of Western folklore, though these were added to the collection only in the 18th century in European adaptations. Tales from the Thousand and One Nights was the first book on my list of "classic" books to read. There are a myriad of reasons I chose this specific translation, by Baghdad-Born Dawood, and I suggest reading up on the history and differences of each of the translations (for there are many) before you decide which one is best for you personally.4/5. “THE THOUSAND AND ONE NIGHTS” is one of the great story-books of the world. It was introduced to European readers by the French scholar Galland, who discovered the Arabic original and translated it into French in the first decade of the eighteenth century; but its earlier history is still involved in obscurity.
Erotic, brutal, witty and poetic, One Thousand and One Nights are the never-ending stories told by the young Shahrazad under sentence of death to King Shahrayar. Maddened by the discovery of his wife's orgies, King Shahrayar believes all women are unfaithful and vows to marry a virgin every night and kill her in the morning/5. SuperSummary, a modern alternative to SparkNotes and CliffsNotes, offers high-quality study guides for challenging works of literature. This page guide for “One Thousand and One Nights” by Anonymous includes detailed story summaries and analysis covering 13 stories, as well as several more in-depth sections of expert-written literary analysis. A gloriously illustrated collection of the most enchanting stories from ‘The Thousand and One Nights’. From the adventures of Sinbad and Aladdin, to tales of genies and magical lands, children will be enchanted by these stories of magic and wonder. Beautifully designed and with a ribbon marker, this gorgeous book makes a gift to be treasured. The Book of A Thousand Nights and a Night (Arabian Nights), Volume 01 by ANONYMOUS (-), translated by Richard Francis BURTON ( - ) Genre(s): Myths, Legends & Fairy Tales.