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dreams of Scheherazade

TМЈaМ„haМ„ HМЈusayn

dreams of Scheherazade

by TМЈaМ„haМ„ HМЈusayn

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Published by General Egyptian Book Organization in [Cairo] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Scheherazade (Legendary character) -- Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    Translation of Aḥlām Shahrazād.

    StatementTaha Hussein ; [translated from the Arabic by Magdi Wahba].
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ3.T1288 Dr3, PJ7864.A35 Dr3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination107 p. ;
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4532047M
    LC Control Number76960005

    Dreams of Trespass: Tales of a Harem Girlhood Fatema Mernissi, Author, Ruth V. Ward, Photographer Addison Wesley Publishing Company $23 (p) ISBN Cambridge University Ballet Club presents this original production of ballet show to appear on ADC theatre stage in ewThe story of Scheherazade is a frame story used as a device to present a collection of folk tales with origins in ancient and medieval Arabic, Persian, Indian, Greek, Jewish and Turkish folklore and literature, known collectively as ‘One Thousand and One Nights

    * My Harem Frontiers * Scheherazade, the King, and the Words * The French Harem * Yasinas First Co-Wife * Chama and the Caliph * Tamous Horse * The Harem Within * Aquatic Dishwashing * Moonlit Nights of Laughter * The Mens Salon * World War II: View from the Courtyard * Asmahan, the Singing Princess * The Harem Goes to the Movies * Egyptian Feminists Visit the Terrace * Princess Budurs : Tales-of-a-Harem-Girlhood.   The Eastern realities of a harem, as depicted by Fatema Mernissi, in her book Dreams of Trespass, is a culturally mandated idea, consisting of a large family home, which is walled off in order to keep the outside world away and prevent the women of the household from ://

    A twelve-member cast enacts Scheherazade's tales of love, lust, comedy, and dreams. Scheherazade's cliffhanger stories prevent her husband, the cruel ruler Shahryar, from murdering her, and after 1, nights, Shahryar is cured of his madness, and Scheherazade returns to her :// Dreams of Trespass: Celebrating a Seminal Memoir in Muslim Feminist Thought


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