Table of contents for The Arabian nights in historical context : between East and West / edited by Saree Makdisi and Felicity Nussbaum.


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Introduction
Saree Makdisi and Felicity Nussbaum
1. Translation in the Contact Zone: Antoine Galland's Mille
et une nuits: contes arabes                                    25
Madeleine Dobie
2. Cultivating the Garden: Antoine Galland's
Arabian Nights in the Traditions of English Literature         51
Robert L. Mack
3. Playing the Second String: The Role of
Dinarzade in Eighteenth-Century English Fiction                83
Ros Ballaster
4. Galland, Georgian Theatre, and the Creation
of Popular Orientalism                                        103
Bridget Orr
5. Christians in The Arabian Nights                             131
Nabil Matar
6. White Women and Moorish Fancy in
Eighteenth-Century Literature                                 153
Khalid Bekkaoui
7. William Beckford's Vathek and the Uses
of Oriental Re-enactment                                      167
Donna Landry
8. 'The peculiar character of the Arabian
Tale': William Beckford and The Arabian Nights                  195
James Watt
9. Coleridge and the Oriental Tale                                 213
Tim Fulford
10. The Adventure Chronotope and the Oriental Xenotrope:
Galland, Sheridan, and Joyce Domesticate
The Arabian Nights                                              235
Srinivas Aravamudan
11. Under the Spell of Magic:
The Oriental Tale in Rimsky-Korsakov's Sheherazade              265
Nasser Al-Taee
12. The Arabian Nights and the Contemporary Arabic Novel            297
Maher larrar



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Arabian nights Influence