Table of contents for The Arabian nights encyclopedia / by Ulrich Marzolph and Richard van Leeuwen ; with the collaboration of Hassan Wassouf ; with fourteen introductory essays by internationally renowned specialists.

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Table of Contents
Introductory Essays
	Beaumont, Daniel: Literary Style and Narrative Techniques in the Arabian Nights
	Chraïbi, Aboubakr: Situation, Motivation, and Action in the Arabian Nights
	El-Shamy, Hasan: The Oral Connections of the Arabian Nights
	Gelder, Geert Jan van: Poetry and the Arabian Nights
	Grotzfeld, Heinz: The Manuscript Tradition of the Arabian Nights
	Irwin, Robert: The Arabian Nights in Film Adaptations
	Kabbani, Rana: The Arabian Nights as an Orientalist Text
	Kobayashi, Kazue: Illustrations to the Arabian Nights
	Kruk, Remke: The Arabian Nights and the Popular Epics
	Malti-Douglas, Fedwa: Homosexuality, Heterosexuality, and Shahrazâd
	Sadan, Joseph: The Arabian Nights and the Jews
	Schulze, Reinhard: Images of Masculinity in the Arabian Nights
	Shoshan, Boaz: Social Life and Popular Culture in the Arabian Nights
	Walther, Wiebke: Modern Arabic Literature and the Arabian Nights
The Phenomenon of the Arabian Nights: An alphabetically arranged survey of 551 stories contained in various manuscripts, printed editions, and European translations of the Arabian Nights
The World of the Arabian Nights: An alphabetically arranged survey of entries concerning the origin, character, context and aftermath of the Arabian Nights
Appendix 1: Concordance of quoted tales
Appendix 2: Closely corresponding stories quoted in the Arabian Nights Encyclopedia
Appendix 3: Quotations of Chauvin 1892-1922
Appendix 4: International tale-types corresponding to the system of The Types of the Folktale
Appendix 5: Narrative motifs according to Stith Thompson's Motif-Index
Appendix 6: Quotations of Arabia ridens

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