Table of contents for The Arabian Nights in transnational perspective / edited by Ulrich Marzolph.

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Contents
Preface	000
Ulrich Marzolph
I. Galland?s Translation and Its ?Continuation?
1. Galland?s ?Ali Baba? and Other Arabic Versions	000
Aboubakr Chra?bi
2. Further Considerations on Galland?s Mille et une Nuits: A Study of the Tales Told by Hann?	000
Sylvette Larzul
3. Jacques Cazotte, His Hero Xa?loun, and Ham?da the Kasl?n: A Unique Feature of Cazotte?s ?Continuation? of the Arabian Nights and a Newly Discovered Arabic Source That Inspired His Novel on Xa?loun	000
Joseph Sadan
II. Texts and Contexts of the Arabian Nights
4. Creativity, Random Selection, and pia fraus: Observations on Compilation and Transmission of the Arabian Nights	000
Heinz Grotzfeld
5. Slave-Girl Lost and Regained: Transformations of a Story	000
Geert Jan van Gelder
6. Siblings in Alf laylah wa-laylah	000
Hasan El-Shamy
7. Political Thought in The Thousand and One Nights	000
Robert Irwin
III. Framing as Form and Meaning
8. The Teacher and The Taught: Structures and Meaning in the Arabian Nights and the Panchatantra	000
Sadhana Naithani
9. Framing in Narrative	000
Lee Haring
IV. Translation, Adaptation, and Reception
10. The Arabian Nights in the Kuokoa, a Nineteenth-Century Hawaiian Newspaper: Reflections on the Politics of Translation	000
Cristina Bacchilega, Noelani Arista
11. Alfu Lela Ulela: The Thousand and One Nights in Swahili-Speaking East Africa	000
Thomas Geider
12. The Thousand and One Nights in Turkish: Translations, Adaptations, and Issues	000
Hande A. Birkalan-Gedik
13. The Persian Nights: Links between the Arabian Nights and Iranian Culture	000
Ulrich Marzolph
14. The Arabian Nights, Visual Culture, and Early German Cinema		000
Donald Haase
15. Shahraz?d Is One of Us: Practical Narrative, Theoretical Discussion, and Feminist Discourse	000
Susanne Enderwitz
V. The Arabian Nights in International Oral Tradition
16. In and Out of the Arabian Nights: Memories of Oriental Tales in Sicilian Folklore	000
Francesca Maria Corrao
17. The Arabian Nights in Greece: A Comparative Survey of Greek Oral Tradition	000
Marilena Papachristophorou
18. Alf layla f?rsi in Performance: Afghanistan, 1975	000
Margaret A. Mills
19. The Tale of ?Aladdin and the Magic Lamp? in Balochi Oral Tradition	000
Sabir Badalkhan
Index	000
Contributors	000

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Arabian nights.