The Arabian Nights: One Thousand and One Nights

Notes

  1. ^ See illustration of title page of Grub St Edition in Yamanaka and Nishio (p. 225)
  2. ^ Marzolphpa (2007), "Arabian Nights", Encyclopaedia of Islam I, Leiden: Brill. 
  3. ^ There is scholarly confusion over the exact form and original meaning of Scheherazade's name, see the note in Scheherazade's own Wiki article on this point
  4. ^ John Payne, Alaeddin and the Enchanted Lamp and Other Stories, (London 1901) gives details of Galland's encounter with 'Hanna' in 1709 and of the discovery in the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris of two Arabic manuscripts containing Aladdin and two more of the added tales. Text of "Alaeddin and the enchanted lamp"
  5. ^ The Arabian Nights, translated by Malcolm C. Lyons and Ursula Lyons (Penguin Classics, 2008), Volume 1, page 1
  6. ^ The Third Voyage of Sindbad the Seaman – The Arabian Nights – The Thousand and One Nights – Sir Richard Burton translator. Classiclit.about.com (2013-07-19). Retrieved on 2013-09-23.
  7. ^ Irwin p.48
  8. ^ a b Reynolds p.271
  9. ^ Burton, Richard F. (2002). Vikram and the Vampire Or Tales of Hindu Devilry pg xi. Adamant Media Corporation
  10. ^ Irwin, Robert (2003), The Arabian Nights: A Companion, Tauris Parke Paperbacks, p. 65, ISBN 1-86064-983-1 
  11. ^ Artola. Pancatantra Manuscripts from South India in the Adyar Library Bulletin. 1957. pp. 45ff.
  12. ^ K. Raksamani. The Nandakaprakarana attributed to Vasubhaga, a Comparative Study. University of Toronto Thesis. 1978. pp. 221ff.
  13. ^ E. Lorgeou. Les entretiensde Nang Tantrai. Paris. 1924.
  14. ^ C. Hooykaas. Bibliotheca Javaneca No. 2. Bandoeng. 1931.
  15. ^ A. K. Warder. Indian Kāvya Literature: The art of storytelling, Volume VI. Motilal Banarsidass Publishers. 1992. pp. 61–62, 76–82.
  16. ^ Pinault p.1
  17. ^ Pinault p.4
  18. ^ a b Irwin p.49
  19. ^ Irwin p.51: "It seems probable from all the above [...] that the Persian Hazār Afsaneh was translated into Arabic in the eighth or early 9th century and was given the title Alf Khurafa before being subsequently retitled Alf Layla. However, it remains far from clear what the connection is between this fragment of the early text and the Nights stories as they have survived in later and fuller manuscripts, nor how the Syrian manuscripts related to later Egyptian versions."
  20. ^ Eva Sallis Scheherazade Through the Looking-Glass: The Metamorphosis of the Thousand and One Nights (Routledge, 1999), p.2 and note 6
  21. ^ Irwin p.76
  22. ^ Safa Khulusi, Studies in Comparative Literature and Western Literary Schools, Chapter: Qisas Alf Laylah wa Laylah (One thousand and one Nights), pp. 15–85. Al-Rabita Press, Baghdad, 1957.
  23. ^ Safa Khulusi, The Influence of Ibn al-Muqaffa' on The Arabian Nights. Islamic Review, Dec 1960, p.29-31
  24. ^ The Thousand and One Nights; Or, The Arabian Night's Entertainments – David Claypoole Johnston – Google Books. Books.google.com.pk. Retrieved on 2013-09-23.
  25. ^ Irwin p.51
  26. ^ a b Irwin p.50
  27. ^ a b Reynolds p.270
  28. ^ a b Beaumont, Daniel. Literary Style and Narrative Technique in the Arabian Nights. P.1. In The Arabian nights encyclopedia, Volume 1
  29. ^ a b Irwin, Robert. 2004. The Arabian nights: a companion. P.55
  30. ^ a b c Sallis, Eva. 1999. Sheherazade through the looking glass: the metamorphosis of the Thousand and One Nights. P.18-43
  31. ^ Pinault, David. Story-telling techniques in the Arabian nights. P.1-12. Also in Encyclopedia of Arabic Literature, v.1
  32. ^ a b c Sallis, Eva. 1999. Sheherazade through the looking glass: the metamorphosis of the Thousand and One Nights. P.4 and passim
  33. ^ a b c Marzolph, Ulrich and Richard van Leeuwen. 2004. The Arabian nights encyclopedia, Volume 1. P.506-508
  34. ^ Madeleine Dobie, 2009. Translation in the contact zone: Antoine Galland's Mille et une nuits: contes arabes. P.37. In Makdisi, Saree and Felicity Nussbaum: "The Arabian Nights in Historical Context: Between East and West"
  35. ^ a b Irwin, Robert. 2004. The Arabian nights: a companion. P.1-9
  36. ^ PEN American Center. Pen.org. Retrieved on 2013-09-23.
  37. ^ Dwight Reynolds. "The Thousand and One Nights: A History of the Text and its Reception." The Cambridge History of Arabic Literature: Arabic Literature in the Post-Classical Period. Cambridge UP, 2006.
  38. ^ Irwin, Robert (2003), The Arabian Nights: A Companion, Tauris Parke Palang-faacks, ISBN 1-86064-983-1 
  39. ^ "The Oriental Tale in England in the Eighteenth Century", by Martha Pike Conant, Ph.D. Columbia University Press (1908)
  40. ^ Irwin pp.49–50
  41. ^ Ulrich Marzolph, The Arabian nights in transnational perspective, 2007, ISBN 978-0-8143-3287-0, p. 230.
  42. ^ a b Heath, Peter (May 1994), "Reviewed work(s): Story-Telling Techniques in the Arabian Nights by David Pinault", International Journal of Middle East Studies (Cambridge University Press) 26 (2): 358–360 [359–60], doi:10.1017/s0020743800060633 
  43. ^ Ulrich Marzolph, Richard van Leeuwen, Hassan Wassouf (2004), The Arabian Nights Encyclopedia, ABC-CLIO, pp. 3–4, ISBN 1-57607-204-5 
  44. ^ Burton, Richard (September 2003), The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night, Volume 1, Project Gutenberg 
  45. ^ a b c Heath, Peter (May 1994), "Reviewed work(s): Story-Telling Techniques in the Arabian Nights by David Pinault", International Journal of Middle East Studies (Cambridge University Press) 26 (2): 358–360 [360], doi:10.1017/s0020743800060633 
  46. ^ Irwin, Robert (2003), The Arabian Nights: A Companion, Tauris Parke Palang-faacks, p. 200, ISBN 1-86064-983-1 
  47. ^ Irwin, Robert (2003), The Arabian Nights: A Companion, Tauris Parke Palang-faacks, p. 198, ISBN 1-86064-983-1 
  48. ^ Irwin, Robert (2003), The Arabian Nights: A Companion, Tauris Parke Palang-faacks, pp. 199–200, ISBN 1-86064-983-1 
  49. ^ Heath, Peter (May 1994), "Reviewed work(s): Story-Telling Techniques in the Arabian Nights by David Pinault", International Journal of Middle East Studies (Cambridge University Press) 26 (2): 358–360 [359], doi:10.1017/s0020743800060633 
  50. ^ Irwin, Robert (2003), The Arabian Nights: A Companion, Tauris Parke Palang-faacks, pp. 193–4, ISBN 1-86064-983-1 
  51. ^ Irwin, Robert (2003), The Arabian Nights: A Companion, Tauris Parke Palang-faacks, p. 199, ISBN 1-86064-983-1 
  52. ^ a b Ulrich Marzolph, Richard van Leeuwen, Hassan Wassouf (2004), The Arabian Nights Encyclopedia, ABC-CLIO, p. 109, ISBN 1-57607-204-5 
  53. ^ Irwin, Robert (2003), The Arabian Nights: A Companion, Tauris Parke Palang-faacks, p. 93, ISBN 1-86064-983-1 
  54. ^ Ulrich Marzolph, Richard van Leeuwen, Hassan Wassouf (2004), The Arabian Nights Encyclopedia, ABC-CLIO, p. 4, ISBN 1-57607-204-5 
  55. ^ Ulrich Marzolph, Richard van Leeuwen, Hassan Wassouf (2004), The Arabian Nights Encyclopedia, ABC-CLIO, pp. 97–8, ISBN 1-57607-204-5 
  56. ^ Pinault, David (1992), Story-telling Techniques in the Arabian Nights, Brill Publishers, p. 59, ISBN 90-04-09530-6 
  57. ^ Marzolph, Ulrich (2006), The Arabian Nights Reader, Wayne State University Press, pp. 240–2, ISBN 0-8143-3259-5 
  58. ^ Pinault, David (1992), Story-Telling Techniques in the Arabian Nights, Brill Publishers, pp. 93, 95, 97, ISBN 90-04-09530-6 
  59. ^ Pinault, David (1992), Story-Telling Techniques in the Arabian Nights, Brill Publishers, pp. 91 & 93, ISBN 90-04-09530-6 
  60. ^ Marzolph, Ulrich (2006), The Arabian Nights Reader, Wayne State University Press, p. 240, ISBN 0-8143-3259-5 
  61. ^ Ulrich Marzolph, Richard van Leeuwen, Hassan Wassouf (2004), The Arabian Nights Encyclopedia, ABC-CLIO, pp. 2–4, ISBN 1-57607-204-5 
  62. ^ Yuriko Yamanaka, Tetsuo Nishio (2006), The Arabian Nights and Orientalism: Perspectives from East & West, I.B. Tauris, p. 83, ISBN 1-85043-768-8 
  63. ^ Al-Hakawati. "The Story of Gherib and his Brother Agib". Thousand Nights and One Night. Retrieved October 2, 2008. 
  64. ^ a b Hamori, Andras (1971), "An Allegory from the Arabian Nights: The City of Brass", Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies (Cambridge University Press) 34 (1): 9–19 [10], doi:10.1017/S0041977X00141540  The hero of the tale is an historical person, Musa bin Nusayr.
  65. ^ Daniel Harms, John Wisdom Gonce, John Wisdom Gonce, III (2003), The Necronomicon Files: The Truth Behind Lovecraft's Legend, Weiser, pp. 87–90, ISBN 978-1-57863-269-5 
  66. ^ a b Irwin, Robert (2003), The Arabian Nights: A Companion, Tauris Parke Palang-faacks, p. 209, ISBN 1-86064-983-1 
  67. ^ Irwin, Robert (2003), The Arabian Nights: A Companion, Tauris Parke Palang-faacks, p. 204, ISBN 1-86064-983-1 
  68. ^ Irwin, Robert (2003), The Arabian Nights: A Companion, Tauris Parke Palang-faacks, p. 190, ISBN 1-86064-983-1 
  69. ^ Irwin, Robert (2003), The Arabian Nights: A Companion, Tauris Parke Palang-faacks, pp. 211–2, ISBN 1-86064-983-1 
  70. ^ Hamori, Andras (1971), "An Allegory from the Arabian Nights: The City of Brass", Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies (Cambridge University Press) 34 (1): 9–19 [9], doi:10.1017/S0041977X00141540 
  71. ^ Pinault, David (1992), Story-Telling Techniques in the Arabian Nights, Brill Publishers, pp. 148–9 & 217–9, ISBN 90-04-09530-6 
  72. ^ Irwin, Robert (2003), The Arabian Nights: A Companion, Tauris Parke Palang-faacks, p. 213, ISBN 1-86064-983-1 
  73. ^ Hamori, Andras (1971), "An Allegory from the Arabian Nights: The City of Brass", Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies (Cambridge University Press) 34 (1): 9–19 [12–3], doi:10.1017/S0041977X00141540 
  74. ^ a b c Pinault, David (1992), Story-Telling Techniques in the Arabian Nights, Brill Publishers, pp. 10–1, ISBN 90-04-09530-6 
  75. ^ Geraldine McCaughrean, Rosamund Fowler (1999), One Thousand and One Arabian Nights, Oxford University Press, pp. 247–51, ISBN 0-19-275013-5 
  76. ^ Ulrich Marzolph, Richard van Leeuwen, Hassan Wassouf (2004), The Arabian Nights Encyclopedia, ABC-CLIO, pp. 172–4, ISBN 1-57607-204-5 
  77. ^ Academic Literature, Islam and Science Fiction
  78. ^ Burton Nights. Mythfolklore.net (2005-01-01). Retrieved on 2013-09-23.
  79. ^ Tale of Nur Al-Din Ali and His Son Badr Al-Din Hasan – The Arabian Nights – The Thousand and One Nights – Sir Richard Burton translator. Classiclit.about.com (2013-07-19). Retrieved on 2013-09-23.
  80. ^ Irwin, Robert (2003), The Arabian Nights: A Companion, Tauris Parke Palang-faacks, p. 290, ISBN 1-86064-983-1 
  81. ^ James Thurber, "The Wizard of Chitenango", p 64 Fantasists on Fantasy edited by Robert H. Boyer and Kenneth J. Zahorski, ISBN 0-380-86553-X.
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  83. ^ Reynolds p.272
  84. ^ Irwin pp.81–82
  85. ^ a b "Encyclopaedia Iranica". Iranicaonline.org. Retrieved 2013-10-18. 
  86. ^ Irwin pp.92–94
  87. ^ Irwin pp.96–99
  88. ^ Irwin pp.61–62
  89. ^ Irwin p.14
  90. ^ Reynolds pp.279–81
  91. ^ Irwin pp.238–241
  92. ^ Irwin p.242
  93. ^ Irwin pp.245–260
  94. ^ A. S. Byatt On Histories and Stories (Harvard University Press, 2001) p.167
  95. ^ Wordsworth in Book Five of The Prelude; Tennyson in his poem "Recollections of the Arabian Nights". (Irwin, pp.266–69)
  96. ^ Irwin p.270
  97. ^ a b Byatt p.168
  98. ^ Irwin, pp.291–292
  99. ^ Lundell, Michael (2013), "Pasolini’s Splendid Infidelities: Un/Faithful Film Versions of The Thousand and One Nights", Adaptation (Oxford University Press) 6 (1): 120–127, doi:10.1093/adaptation/aps022 
  100. ^ Maltin, Leonard (1987). Of Mice and Magic: A History of American Animated Cartoons. New American Library. pp. 341–342. ISBN 0-452-25993-2. 
  101. ^ One Thousand and One Arabian Nights Review (1969). Thespinningimage.co.uk. Retrieved on 2013-09-23.
  102. ^ 1001 Nights heads to Discovery Kids Asia. Kidscreen (2013-06-13). Retrieved on 2013-09-23.
  103. ^ See Encyclopaedia Iranica (NB: Some of the dates provided there are wrong)
  104. ^ [1]
  105. ^ Irwin, Robert (March 12, 2011). "The Arabian Nights: a thousand and one illustrations". The Guardian

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