thousand and second night an Arabesque by Frank Heller

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Statementby Frank Heller [pseud.]...translated from the Swedish by Edwin Bjorkman
ContributionsBjörkman, Edwin, 1866-1951, tr.
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LC ClassificationsPZ3.S486 Th
The Physical Object
Pagination333 p
Number of Pages333
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Open LibraryOL6679648M
LC Control Number25014714
OCLC/WorldCa1838053

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They are an amalgam of mythology and folk tales from the Indian sub-continent, Persia, and Arabia. ↑A dinar (Lat. denarius) is a gold coin worth about 10s. ↑ i.e. I have nothing to give thee.

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Each subsequent night, she will complete the previous night's story and begin a new one, again leaving off to keep him intrigued and herself alive. The scheme works immediately, and continues for, as the title says, one thousand and one nights, until the king's mind is finally changed and he accepts Scheherazade as his permanent wife.

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Scheherazade, a young woman married to the King, tells these stories. Shahryar, the King has decided to marry a young beautiful woman every day after which he executes her.According to Arabian Night’s scholar Ulrich Marzolph, it was this edition that “put an end to the development of the work’s Arabic text” after a thousand years of oral and manuscript tradition during which the corpus was continually subject to change (Marzolph, “The Arabian Nights in transnational perspective,”p).According to modern scholarship, the name "Scheherazade" derives from an Arabic form of the Middle Persian name Čehrāzād, which is composed of the words čehr (lineage) and āzād (noble, exalted).

The earliest forms of Scheherazade's name in Arabic sources include Shirazad (شيرازاد, Šīrāzād) in Masudi, and Shahrazad in Ibn al-Nadim. The name appears as Šahrazād in the.

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