Query : Arabian Nights
- Ana Elena González Treviño2
- Châtel, Laurent2
- Irwan Abdullah2
- Mundi Rahayu2
- Roohollah Roozbeh2
- Wening Udasmoro2
- Akan YANIK1
- Al Safi Hind Rafea Abalrasul1
- Alerstam, Thomas1
- Andersson, Arne1
- Attala, Daniel1
- Bäckman, Johan1
- Bouanane, Kahina1
- Bourchenin, Barbara1
- Carole Boidin1
- Coşkun Polat1
- Franssen, Elise1
- Gallien, Claire1
- Habchi, Sobhi1
- Hasan El-Shamy1
- Art and Art History7
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences4
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology2
- Architecture and Space Management2
- Gender Studies2
- Communication Sciences2
- Political Science2
- Biological Anthropology1
- Musicology and Performing Arts1
- Methods and Statistics1
The aesthetics of the folia in the ‘over-realistic’ sense and its dynamics in the writing space
Writing in the language of the other leads the author to use a strategy to disclose or denounce the state of his original society. In African writing, the use of French or English has often been imposed and is not a deliberate choice. However, this use never takes place other than a specific imagina...
The Arabian Nights in Chinese and English Translations: Differing Patterns of Cultural Encounter and World Literature
By bringing in different degrees of circulation in different regions and languages, this collection shows that while literary centers do exist in what Pascale Casanova calls “the international literary space,” their power does not operate unilaterally and modes of intercultural circulation do exist...
The Bible in the mirror of the Mille and Le Nuits
This article provides a periodical of Jorge Luis Borges’ narrative work (1899-1986). Two metaliterary concepts point to the first stage, that of an absolute text and that of a randomly governed text, one linked to the Cabbale and the other to gnosticism. The next stage, the main subject of this stud...
PERGESERAN NILAI-NILAI ISLAM DALAM CERITA ALADDIN; PERBANDINGAN “ARABIAN NIGHTS” DAN FILM ANIMASI DISNEY
This study compares the folktale “The Story of Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp” from the Arabian Nights, and the animated film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation under the title “Aladdin” (1992). The story of Disney’s animated film “Aladdin” is based on the “The Story of Aladdin and the Wonde...
Des chapitres et des nuits. Les divisions dans Les Mille et Une Nuits (xviiie-xixe siècles)
This article shows how “nights” in Arabian Nights divide the collection in the French imaginary. The study is based on a comparison between different French translations of the text, from Antoine Galland’s to that of Joseph Mardrus, by observing the hierarchical connection between the “night” and th...
An Interview with Roy Ellen
<p>I decided to undertake this interview with Professor Ellen, simply because I thought such a distinguished career deserved to be marked as he was retiring. Roy was happy to make time for our interviews, in the form of loosely structured conversation which, like the Arabian Nights, Roy pointed out,...
La universidad de lãs mil y una noches. The University of a Thousand and One Nights
Se trata de un artículo que surge de una pregunta hipotética, aunque indudablemente realista, formulada por un profesor universitario mientras transita rumbo a su institución: ¿Qué es mi universidad? ¿Qué me hace pasar de la decepción al entusiasmo, para volver después al sinsabor y remontar más tar...
Conquête ottomane de l'Égypte (1517). Arrière-plan, impact, échos
International audience Conquête ottomane de l’Égypte (1517) is the first collective work that deals with Selīm Ist’s crushing victory over the Mamluks, which made the Ottoman sultanate into the sole remaining Muslim power in the eastern Mediterranean, and reduced Egypt to the rank of a province. The...
Illustrators of Omar Khayyâm’s robbery. Thomas Heath Robinson (1869-1953)
Thomas Heath Robinson is less known to his two brothers, William, the most famous, and Charles, also an illustrator of the robâiyat. Surnamed the three mushrooms, they jointly illustrated Fairy Tales from Hans Christian Andersen in 1899. Trained at Cooks Art School and Westminster Art School, Thomas...
Minding Orientalist Margins : Colonial Nomos and Jonathan Scott’s Revision of The Arabian Nights
The sources of the eastern William Beckford (Vathek and the ‘Suite des Contes Arabs’): a review of research into the writing and aesthetics of Beckford
William Beckford (1760-1844) is mainly known for Vathek’s singularity (1786-7), which is readily attributed to the mode of ‘black novel’ and/or ‘Eastern novel’, yet Vathek was only one element in a larger ‘orientalist’ group. the originality of the beckfordian approach, although studied by André Par...
Borges and Les Mille et un Nuits
Sobhi Habchi start from the observation that, contrary to some criticism, particularly in the east, the East and the Mille and a Nuits had little impact on the imagination of Borges. Three types of quotations or references are distinguished: cultural reference, distorted reference and allusions to p...
Poetic of the alteration: political issues in the altered book, from modern self-dafés to artistic practices by Ann Hamilton, Emily Jacir and Thu Van Tran
Ann Hamilton, Emily Jacir and Thu Van Tran, contemporary plasticians, question the political dimension of art through a poetic of alteration. The use of the book, which has been altered, is a historic gesture of modern destruction: the self-dafé. Thu Van Tran’s works, at the deepest in black (manusc...
Wacana 'barbar' dalam film animasi Aladin
This article discusses the discourse of Arab barbarism constructed in animated film Aladdin produced by Walt Disney Picture Animation in 1992. The story of Aladdin is originated from the Arabian folktales, Alf Layla wa Layla which was translated into English version of “Arabian Nights”. Arab stereot...
ORIENTALIST TURK(EY) IMAGE CREATED THROUGH WESTERN PHILOSOPHY OF 18TH CENTURY AND ITS REFLECTIONS ON CINEMA: AN ANALYSIS ON IMDB
Orientalism adventure taking place with such literary works as 1001 Arabian Nights still continues on television and cinema which are the dominant mass media of today. Especially after 1930, through the liberalization of cinema, orientalism could spread to wide areas when the films are turned into n...
Book and library motif in Arabian Nights
Tales are the most common and popular examples of the folk literature. They have always been in the lives of children and adults. Arabian Nights that draw the people’s attention to read are one of the most popular examples of dream world. In this book, it is aimed that using of book, library and lit...
Schahrazade et sa parole
This study offers a new perspective on the Arabian Nights, following recent trends in communication linguistics and performance studies. Schahrazade’s adventures frame the collection of stories but the manuscripts describe this character in various terms – only using it as a minimal fictional enunci...
Review of Stranger Magic: Charmed States and the Arabian Nights by Marina Warner
Review of Stranger Magic: Charmed States and the Arabian Nights by Marina Warner
PERGESERAN NILAI-NILAI ISLAM DALAM CERITA ALADDIN: PERBANDINGAN “ARABIAN NIGHTS” DAN FILM ANIMASI DISNEY
This study compares the folktale “The Story of Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp” from the Arabian Nights, and the animated film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation under the title “Aladdin” (1992). The story of Disney’s animated film “Aladdin” is based on the “The Story of Aladdin and the Wonder...
Les sources des contes orientaux de William Beckford (Vathek et la « Suite des contes arabes ») : bilan de recherches sur les écrits et l’esthétique de Beckford
William Beckford (1760-1844) is essentially known for the singularity of his Vathek (1787-7) often presented in connection with the Gothic rage or the vogue for the oriental tale. However, Vathek was just one element in a larger « orientalist » ensemble. Unfortunately, the originality of Beckford’s...
Pasolini’s Valorization of the Orient through Marxism in the Movie Arabian Nights
This paper argues that Pasolini includes the Orient as a cultural character in his movie though other critics believe Pasolini stereotypes the Orient. It is not Orientalism through which to discuss the film. This article reads the movie through Marxism to claim that Pasolini includes the Orient as a...
The presence of Soufis, their doctrines and their practices in a few mints and nights.
this contribution suggests exploring the presence of soufism in Les Mille et un Nuits, a collection intended in principle for entertainment and not to highlight ascese or spirituality. Whether it be through the great figures of Iraq’s soufism, or through derviches, calenders, fuqarians’, ordinary as...
Data from: Activity and migratory flights of individual free-flying songbirds throughout the annual cycle: method and first case study
We describe a method and device (< 1.2 g) for recording, processing and storing data about activity and location of individuals of free-living songbirds throughout the annual cycle. Activity level was determined every five minutes from five 100 ms samples of accelerometer data with 5 s between th...
The art of eating in Les Mille et un Nuits
Les Mille et un Nuits or his Arabic title Alf Layla wa Layla teaches us the Eastern conceptions of the Mille and One Night. The storms offer a unique testimony of the golden age of the Abbassides. Eating is a unifying social act. This is illustrated by hospitality, sharing and respect for coranic ru...
Robert Browning as an Orientalist in Ferishtah's Fancies
Orientalism, according to Edward Said, is a Western fantasy which is not based on observation but on dreams, fantasies and assumptions of the West; and this makes it a fabricated construct. As Said argues in the introduction of Orientalism (1978), "[t]he Orient [is] almost a European invention, and...