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The Arabian Nights in English Literary Theory (1704-1910)

Scheherazade in England. An Expanded and Updated Version of the 1981 Edition

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Fachbuch

Buch. Softcover

2022

260 S.

In englischer Sprache

Peter Lang. ISBN 978-1-4331-9757-4

Format (B x L): 15 x 22.5 cm

Gewicht: 370 g

Produktbeschreibung

In its first edition, this book was a new opening in the study of the Arabian Nights as an index of literary taste, a case study for the engagements of poets and writers, along with the common reading public, with an art that took Europe by surprise, and forced new patterns of response and writing. Borges thought of its advent as a dynamic that helped generate the romantic mode and sensibility. It certainly disturbed old habits of thought and made significant cultural inroads throughout European cultures. Almost no one in 18th-19th century literatures remained oblivious to that sweeping phenomenal appearance. The book analyzes and studies modes and patterns of reading, response, engagement, commentary, translations, claims to authentication, abridgements, and illustrations. It focuses on debates and controversies around the Arabian Nights, and shows how these happened to be at the center of a growing colonial culture. This book can never lose its significance for students, scholars, and general readership, not only in the field of comparative and cultural studies, English and French departments, but also in postcolonial studies and the basics of narrative and narratology.

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