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Full of mischief and valor, ribaldry and romance, The Arabian Nights is a work that has enthralled readers for centuries. The text presented here is that of the 1932 Modern Library edition for which Bennett A. Cerf chose the "most famous and representative" of the stories from the multivolume translation of Richard F. Burton.

   The origins of The Arabian Nights are obscure
Hardcover, 960 pages
Published February 25th 1997 by Modern Library (first published 800)
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Cibele Andrade The original 1001 Nights (or the compilations of it) are not what I would call children fairy tales. At least, i wouldn't give them to a child to…moreThe original 1001 Nights (or the compilations of it) are not what I would call children fairy tales. At least, i wouldn't give them to a child to read. You should give them a try. =)(less)
Tobias If you're feeling adventurous and don't mind archaic English, have a go at Burton. It's hilarious and quite charming in its own way, but not at all…moreIf you're feeling adventurous and don't mind archaic English, have a go at Burton. It's hilarious and quite charming in its own way, but not at all representative of the Arabic since he emphasizes racism, sexism, and a bunch of other things in his own verbose way.
Haddawy's translation is a more scholarly one. In fact, it is translated into English from the Syrian 'Mahdi'-manuscript, which is the oldest surviving (substantial) material, and it is probably the closest thing we'll ever get to a somewhat stable 'original' of the 1001 Nights. However, this version only includes about 30-something tales.
I have been enjoying Malcolm Lyons' translation lately. It is the first complete English translation from the Calcutta II manuscript since Burton, and it reads very smoothly.(less)
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Ah, if only I could write like the late Sir Richard Burton! Normally I dislike translations, but to refuse to read The Arabian Nights on those grounds would be like refusing to read the Bible. I love parodying people's styles, and I have tried my utmost to parody Burton convincingly, but I can't do it. He's too clever. He has taken this unique book, a miraculous survival from the most ancient antiquity, and he has created a unique language to make it accessible to us: the backbone is a kind of S ...more
Petra X
When I was a little girl my grandmother gave me a big, blue, cloth bound edition of this book. It had the most exquisite coloured plates protected by tissue paper interleaved with the printed sheets. It was the perfect storybook for a bookish, fanciful child living in an abusive home. I spent a year reading this book. Every night I would read it and disappear from all the fear and unpleasantness around me into this realm of people in exotic clothes who could do magic. I cherished the book. I too ...more
Jul 26, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The more I read user reviews of The Arabian Nights, the more convinced I am that people are just posting negative things to be contrary. How can you not love this collection of stories?

Common complaints:

1)It's racist -- Yes, the work itself, by today's standards, could probably be considered racist. This work was originally written many thousands of years ago. Keep that in mind and get off your high horse.

2) It's misogynistic-- I disagree. That which would be considered misogynistic falls into
Ahmad Sharabiani
996. The Thousand and One Nights, Anonymous
The work was collected over many centuries by various authors, translators, and scholars across West, Central, and South Asia and North Africa. The tales themselves trace their roots back to ancient and medieval Arabic, Greek, Indian, Jewish, Persian and Turkish folklore and literature. In particular, many tales were originally folk stories from the Abbasid era, while others, especially the frame story, are most probably drawn from the Pahlavi Persian w
JG (The Introverted Reader)
For those 2 people who don't know, The Arabian Nights is sort of a collection of short stories told in the Arabian world, as I'm told it should be called, (which seems to include India and parts of China) waaaaaay back in the day. The framework of the story is about a sultan who caught his wife cheating on him. After he has her killed, he decides to take out his revenge on the entire sex, so he marries a different wife every day and has her killed the next morning. Scheherazade is the Grand Vizi ...more
،ترس تو از مرگ
ترسناک می کند
مرگ را
که تغذیه از ترس می کند

یدالله رویایی

هزار و یک شب کتابی است در مورد ترس ها
ترس از خیانت، ترس از مرگ
شهرزاد برای نجات جان خود و دیگر زنان شهر، مجبور به قصه گویی می شود
تا با آن پادشاه روانپریشی را معالجه کند
شهرزاد وقت وداع گفت: فقط چند واژه مرا از مرگ می گیرد

این پادشاه بر اساس تجربه شخصی خود و برادرش، همه زنان را خائن می داند و بعد برطرف ساختن شهوتش، آنان را به جلاد می سپارد. همین ترس از مرگ، شهرزاد را استاد قصه گویی می سازد
شهرزاد به جلادش می گفت: که مرگ خالق بزرگی اس
Ahmad Sharabiani
996. The Thousand And One Nights, Anonymous
The tales of told by Shahrazad over a thousand and one nights to delay her execution by the King Shahriyar have become among the most popular in both Eastern and Western literature.
تاریخ نخستین خوانش: سال 1981 و سپس بارها نسخه های متفات را نیز خوانده ام
عنوان: هزارویک شب - ترجمه از عربی: عبداللطیف تسوجی تبریزی، نشر هرمس، ادبیات ایران کهن
ترجمه اشعار: میرزا محمدعلی سروش اصفهانی
ا. شربیانی
As a child I had a small selection of tales from the Arabian nights in a hardback volume with a few gorgeous full colour plates. From this a couple of stories stayed with me, a Sultan travelling in disguise meets a man who having learnt of the Sultan's weakness for baby cucumbers was intent on trying to fool him out of a fortune in exchange for them, the man although greedy is also garrulous, tells the Sultan in disguise his wicked plans enabling the Sultan to turn the tables on him and trick hi ...more
ميقات الراجحي
هذا الكتاب المجهول النسب (يُعتبر) من أشهر كتبنا العربية في ثقافتنا رغم ضعف لغته وركاكة اسلوبه وتفشي المفردة العامية فيه لكنه هو من ساهم بالتعريف ومايزال يساهم بالتعريف بالهوية الثقافية العربية الأدبية وغير الأدبية.

هذه الهوية التي باتت أحيان مكان مسبة عند الغربي من ناحية تركّز ثقافة صورة الجمل وحب النبيذ وسطوة الذكورية وإتساع الهوة بين الذكر والإنثى والكثير من الصور السيئة التي يحملها ألف ليلة وليلة لأن الغاية من تأليفه في العهد العباسي كانت تشويه صورة الخليفة العباسي دون تحديد هوية من يكون هذا ا
Ahmad Sharabiani
996. The Thousand And One Nights, Anonymous
The tales of told by Shahrazad over a thousand and one nights to delay her execution by the King Shahriyar have become among the most popular in both Eastern and Western literature.
تاریخ نخستین خوانش: هفدهم ماه ژوئن سال 2013 میلادی
هزارویک شب - عبداللطیف تسوجی تبریزی (هرمس، و ...) ادبیات ایران
بازنگری و بازچینش داستانهای «هزار و یک شب» در نسخه «اقلیدی» دیگر است، نخست در شش مجلد در نشر مرکز، و سپس در 18 مجلد به زیور طبع آراسته شد. ا. شربیانی
ميقات الراجحي
هذا الكتاب المجهول النسب (يعتبره) أشهر كتاب عندنا في ثقافتنا رغم ضعف لغته وركاكة اسلوبه وتفشي المفردة العامية لكنه هو من ساهم بالتعريف ومايزال يساهم بالتعريف بالهوية الثقافية العربية وهي الهوية التي باتت أحيان مكان مسبة عند الغربي من ناحية تركّز ثقافة صورة الجمل وحب النبيذ وسطوة الذكورية وإتساع الهوة بين الذكر والإنثى والكثير من الصور السيئة التي يحملها ألف ليلة وليلة لأن الغاية من تأليفها في العهد العباسي كانت تشويه صورة الخليفة العباسي دون تحديد هوية من يكون هذا الخليفة وإن كان هارون الرشيد كا ...more

عالم من الحكايا و الأساطير و الأدب المبكر جدا فى تاريخنا العربى
لم اقتنع أبدا برقم ألف ليلة و ليلة فقررت أن أزيدكم من الشعر بيت

و لما كانت الليلة الثانية بعد الألف
جلس الملك شهريار يأكل الممبار
و يشاهد فيلم العار قائلا لشهرزاد أن نور الشريف لم يكن حمار
و أن روقه هي ست الدار

ثم تناول الريموت و باكو البسكوت و اتبع سياسة خدوهم بالصوت و نادى على مسرور فأتى له قائلا
صبـاح الفل فرد شهريار صباح النور و البنور يا معلم مسرور يا ملك البخور

خذ مفاتيح السيارة و انزل لأنى نسيت أن اطفىء النور و أحضر لى معك علبتي سجا
Ian "Marvin" Graye
Shahrazad (Haiku)

Let me detain you
For a thousand and one nights
And so entertain.

An Introduction to the Frame Story

In the essays "Muse, Spare Me" and "Tales within Tales within Tales" (from "The Friday Book"), John Barth expresses his admiration for the frame story of "1,001 Nights".

It's clear from the structure of every story that Shahrazad is telling them to King Shahriyar, and that she stops each tale shortly before sunrise, before resuming the following night.

Thus, Shahrazad extends her li
Ahmad Sharabiani
996. The Thousand and One Nights – Anonymous
هزار و یک شب ، ابراهیم اقلیدی در شش جلد
تاریخ خوانش: هفده ژوئن سال 2013 میلادی
در مجلد نخست داستانهای: «شهریار و برادرش شاه زمان»، «دهقان و گاو و خر او»، «بازرگان و دیو»، «پیر نخستین و ماده آهو»، «پیر دوم»، «پیر سوم»، «ماهیگیر و دیو»، «وزیر یونان شاه و رویان حکیم»، «شاهزاده و ماده دیو»، «شاهزاده جادو شده و ماهیان»، «سرگذشت قلندر دوم»، «ابومحمد تنبل»، «علی مصری و بازرگان بغدادی»، «شاهزاده و ماده دیو»، «چشمه افسون شده»، «مرد غمگین»، «پسر پادشاه و معشوقه دی
Ahmad Sharabiani
The Arabian Nights: Tales of 1001 Nights, Volume 1, Anonymous, Malcolm Lyons (Translator), Ursula Lyons (Translator), Robert Irwin (Introduction)
One Thousand and One Nights is a collection of Middle Eastern folk tales compiled in Arabic during the Islamic Golden Age. It is often known in English as the Arabian Nights, from the first English-language edition (1706).
تاریخ نخستین خوانش:بیستم ماه فوریه سال 1975 میلادی
عنوان: هزار و یکشب؛ نویسنده: ناشناس؛
ا. شربیانی
A library of books is the fairest garden in the world, and to walk there is an ecstasy.
Within the span of the ninth to the thirteen centuries my library consists of these: Beowulf, The Pillow Book, The Tale of Genji, As I Crossed a Bridge of Dreams, The Sagas of Icelanders, Njal's Saga, and this. What a show of power, then, that a monumental collection the likes of which the Anglo world has never even attempted to replicate is popularly framed as a collection of children's tales, sexy times, a
Jul 29, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: clásicos, fantasía
¿Aladino era de China? ¿¡DE CHINA!?

Mi vida entera ha sido un engaño...
As I say in my review, I wanted to write a parody of this wonderful book but was forced to admit defeat. Burton is too damn clever for a good parody to be possible. During my preliminary negotiations, I had however received a remarkable offer from Alfonso. A Burton parody without political incorrectness is unthinkable, and Alfonso bravely put himself forward to play the role of an evil blackamoor of hideous appearance.

It seems wrong that Alfonso's selfless devotion to literature should go unrew
Huda Yahya
ألف ليلة وليلة
النص الأصلى -4 مجلدات في كتاب واحد

نسخة حجم صغيرر


Sidharth Vardhan
A Story to Save a Live

The beauty of the stories and the poetry of the thought that most destructive demons can be tamed back with a few stories was fascinating to me even when I first saw the serialized version on tv. What I didn’t realized was that the stories Scheherazade, that great goddess of story tellers and inventor of cliff-hangings, told the king weren’t as random but had an order in themselves.

This book has made Scherzade my favorite superhero – superhero was the word we use for one
Ana Mardoll
Dec 27, 2009 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: ana-reviewed
The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night (Vol. 1) / 978-0415045391

I'm a bit of an "Thousand Nights" enthusiast -- I enjoy the stories immensely and I have four separate translations in my personal library. Several friends have asked me to discuss the differences between the editions, so I thought I'd present a four-way comparison and then talk about which version is best for which audience.

For the purposes of the four-way comparison, I will draw text from the opening tale of the two kingly
K.D. Absolutely
Jul 18, 2009 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to K.D. by: 501 Must Read Books; 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die
Oh, the wonders of literature! While reading this book I could not help but sing the songs or hum the tunes associated with the tales:
♪♫♪ A whole new world
A new fantastic point of view
No one to tell us no
Or where to go
Or say we're only dreaming ♪♫♪
I grew up with mostly Filipino komiks around me. Only my father loved reading books and we had very few (compared to what I have now) classics and contemporary books at home. My parents did not read to me when I was young. Those are the reasons why
[As I have not read the Nights yet, this is not a commentary on them, but rather a comparison of the many translations available. This used to be a comment on my not-yet-review of the first volume of the Lyons translation of the Nights, but I thought it would be more helpful if it was a review. I've expanded on some of my earlier comments and tried to be more critical than "I like this one" or "this one seems odd", which was all I had time to write at the time I posted the comment. This is restr ...more
Aug 26, 2009 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fantasy, the-list
I am planning to read through this whole book someday, I swear. But it's going to be a slow process. Here, in list form, are the reasons I may or may not finish The Arabian Nights.

Reasons I May Finish This Ridiculously Long Book:
-Scheherazade (or whichever of the twenty ways to spell her name you prefer) is kind of a badass genius. Since her father is the king's vizier, she gets exempted from said batshit crazy king's plan to marry and then kill every single available virgin in the city. But she
Destiny Dawn Long
This edition is a translation of the first 271 nights from the "1001 Nights" cycle.

One of my favorite aspects of this work is the role of Shahrazad. While many people discuss that she is telling the stories to save her own life, what people fail to recognize many times is that, really, she volunteers to be placed in the position in order to save her kingdom. She's a great literary heroine--saving the world through storytelling.

It also provides a great lens into a world that today is depicted i
Vit Babenco
Sep 20, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
When I first read One Thousand and One Nights I was literally put under the book’s spell – charmed, enchanted and bewitched. It isn’t just magic of fairytales. It is first of all magic of the oriental world. And of course I was at once mesmerized with the incredible frame tale of Shahryar and Scheherazade.
Nowhere is so much magic as in Arabian Nights: magical word opening the cave door: “‘Open, Sesame!’ And forthwith appeared a wide doorway in the face of the rock. The robbers went in, and last
May 22, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
What you thought was the Arabian Nights was more likely Richard Burton's bastardized, inflated 19th-century adaptation, which was as much about Richard Burton (and his weird ideas about sex) as it was about Arabia.

Which is sortof neither here nor there; there is no canonical version of Arabian Nights anyway. It's just an umbrella term for, basically, all of the Middle East's favorite stories. And if the version that heavily influenced guys like Borges was Burton's, isn't Burton's version the on
I really need a 2.5 stars option, though I would end up using it on three-fourths of everything. As a generic, I can neither recommend nor disavow this book.

Okay so the beloved Arabian Nights, tales from a thousand and one nights. I should start with what this is NOT. This is not a linear story about a princess telling stories to a king. This is not a children's read involving genies, magic, and cyclopi (I refuse to spell this any other way, no matter the red line beneath it). This IS a collecti
Huda Aweys
Mar 03, 2015 is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
و قبل أن تدلف إلى هذا العالم الساحر و الشائق .. عالم
(ألف ليلة و ليلة) ..
من فضلك ..
لا تنسى وضع عقلك خارجا على بوابته ! ،
أرح عقلك قليلا ، و الا فلن تشعر بالمتعة أبدا
:) !
حكاية جوه حكاية من ورا حكاية
ايه دا بجد :) !! ؟
كأنك واقع في محيط .. بتسحبك فيه و برغم ارادتك .. دوامة لذيذة
بتسحبك من حكاية للتانية .. من عالم للتاني ... بتسحبك لتاريخ .. لحضارات .. لجزر و قصور .. لحضرة ملوك الجان وسلاطين الإنس ! ... بتسحبك .. بتسحبك .. بنعومة .. و انت مستسلم .. مستسلم .. لغاية ماتغرّق وعيك
نقد روز
هزار و یک شب یکی از شناخته شده ترین مجموعه داستان های جهان است. داستان های آن که به صورت شفاهی و در طول قرن ها جمع آوری شدند، منشاء و ریشه های آسیایی و عربی دارند، البته با این حال، به بخش جدایی ناپذیری از میراث فرهنگی غرب هم تبدیل شده اند. برای نمونه داستان های شاهزاره شهرزاد، علاءالدین، سندباد و علی بابا کاملا در تخیلات غربی جای گرفته اند. مجموعه اصلی آن متشکل از افسانه ها، داستان های جن و پری، قصه های عاشقانه و زندگی نامه هایی است که ریشه در پیشینه هایی فولکلور دارند و شامل درون مایه ها و داس ...more
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