Verhalen uit duizend en een nacht

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  • Title: Verhalen uit duizend en een nacht
  • Author: Anonymous Joseph-Charles Mardrus Albert Helman R. Blijstra Louis de Bourbon Antoon Coolen Willem de Geus Halbo C. Kool
  • ISBN: 9789067901697
  • Page: 267
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Update 3: I've read 15 volumes, only 2 left. Strangely, the two most famous tales from the Nights, Aladdin and Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves, are not in Richard Burton's "official canon" but are rather in the supplemental volumes, in several versions by different translators.Update 2: I have finished the first ten volumes, the actually 1,001 Nights. It's amusing that the translator, Sir Richard Burton, waits until the TERMINAL essay to reveal the superstition that whoever reads the Arabian Nights [...]

    2. Reading some reviews of this book you either love it or you hate it, maybe I just didn't get it. I had set out to listen to the whole collection, a huge undertaking but I figured, what the heck, they seem to be important books so I'll check them out. The stories are fine but get somewhat repetitive and seem fairly pointless; they are fantastical without being exciting. I can appreciate that this book exists, that it is super old, that it probably can tell us a lot about Arab culture from the tim [...]

    3. اولین نقص این کتاب این است که تاکنون 6 جلد از آن به چاپ رسیده و باقی جلدها که حدود 10 جلد و شاید هم بیشتر باشه به تعلیق افتادهمولف سعی بر جیران نواقص و کمی و کاستی داستان ها بوده، و با اینکه نثر روان و شیوایی کلام خوبی داره با حذف صحنه ها و داستانک های جنسی و همخوابگی، لطمه هایی به [...]

    4. The Burton translation is something else - the more recent Lyons translation looks rather flat and rushed by comparison - but eventually I found the convoluted verse and prose too tiresome to enjoy. RIP Scheherazade on Night 19.

    5. No one ever told me this compilation is so humongous. The translation by Richard Francis Burton is 16 volumes in total. The first book itself is relatively large and reading all 16 is too much, so I've stopped at the first volume.The wrap around sure be familiar to most people. In short, Shahrzade marries the King, who sleeps with a wife for only a night and then executes them. To ward off her execution, she tells him stories, and usually stops halfway or starts a new one, so the King will want [...]

    6. This review is over Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves.I thought the classic story of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves was one that was both ironic and entertaining. It was ironic to me that the house servant of Ali Baba is actually the hero of the whole story. Ali Baba just seemed to be at the right place and at the right time most of the story and had fortune and good luck on his side throughout. This story showed us many facets of human characteristics from the greed and ill nature of his brother, [...]

    7. Started this ages ago and just got around to finishing it. It gets pretty samey as you go through it, particularly in terms of characters. There's really not a lot of depth to them - basically you've got the good protagonist who does the right thing and is tricked, the bad protagonist who does the wrong thing and gets his comeuppance (but then usually gets rewarded in the end anyway), the good woman who goes out of her way to help the protagonist, the bad woman who goes out of her way to harm th [...]

    8. 30 nights into this colossus of a tale containing a staggering amount of layers of stories, I have taken away the following:Women are deceitful and unfaithful by nature, and it is a reasonable thing to kill them if they are found guilty of adultery. Better make sure that they are actually guilty _before_ slaying them, though.Beautiful people are by nature good and deserve one another, while ugly people are fair game for playing tricks upon.It is a desirable thing to marry one's cousin, except wh [...]

    9. I'm performing in a play right now which has a decidedly Eastern feel in its premise, and the title characted is, in fact, a Jinn, so I decided to go back and reread this translation of the clasic Arabian Nights stories.I love these. They're mavelous and bawdy and terrifying and beautiful. And this translation is neither edited nor censored, so I would highly recommend it to anyone, but with a word of warning to those folks for whom Disney's Aladin is their only reference point for these tales.

    10. Classic timeless tales, which are well written and it is nice to enjoy them uncensored. I have read the Lane translation, which I found rather distasteful as it was obvious things were changed and omitted to fit his narrow minded puritanical ideals. I am also familiar with several of the various children's versions, which were great when I was a child, but lacked the depth and substance I look for now. The Burton translation is excellent!

    11. This rating is for the massive 16 book collection.There are some typos and the end of the first book is shortened. This will be fixed in later printings. Considering the affordability of these classics, I will only take away 1 star from this publication due to these problems. This is a superb classic. Future printing of this collection should be 5 stars out of 5 stars.

    12. I spent my childhood building my dreams of the future upon the stories here , although looking back, innocence has not the judgmental and analytical sceptic mind that I have today.

    13. Slogging my way through these. Some are interesting, a lot are violent and disturbing. It's been a year and a half long journey of getting through.

    14. genies hate humansincesses know magicand always show fidelity to your lordalso my favorite is the story of the third calendar

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