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本书作者:[英] 乔纳森·斯科特
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图书页码:903
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出版时间:2009-11-01
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ISBN:9787510010347
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  《世界名著典藏系列:一千零一夜(英文全本)》也叫《天方夜谭》,是阿拉伯文字中的珍宝。传说阿拉伯现代有一个国王,每天娶一个男子,第二天早上就把她杀了。有一个姑娘要阻止他这种残暴的做法,被迫做他的一夜王后。进入王宫后,她就开端给国王讲故事,讲到紧要关头,行刑工夫到了,国王正听得津津乐道,就说:过一天再杀吧。可是故事一个接一个讲上来,每主要杀她时故事都到了“欲知后事如何,且听下回合成”的节骨眼上,国王为了听故事,只好一天天提早杀她的工夫。就这样,故事不断讲了一千零一夜,国王终于改掉了他的可怕做法,她从此成为短暂的王后。这就是“一千零一夜“的因由。她讲的故事能如此吸引那位国王,当然是十分难听的。的确,像《阿里巴巴和四十大盗》、《神灯》、《辛巴德航海历险记》这些故事早已传遍全世界。 《世界名著典藏系列:一千零一夜(英文全本)》是世界文学的珍宝,它以缤纷多彩、迂回微妙的故事,恣意驰骋的设想和对人类美妙理想执着的谋求,吸引着一代又一代的亿万读者。它的艺术魅力历久不衰,它对世界文明,特地是欧洲文明产生过微小的影响。

目录

VOLUME 1

Introductory Chapter

Fable of the Ass, the Ox, and the Labourer

The Merchant and the Genie

The Story of the First Old Man and the Hind

The Story of the Second Old Man and the Two Black Dogs

The Story of the Fisherman

The Story of the Grecian King and the Physician Douban

The Story of the Husband and the Parrot

The Story of the Vizier that was Punished

The History of the Young King of the Black Isles

Story of the Three Calenders, Sons of Sultans, and of the Five Ladies of Bagdad

The ttistory of the First Calender

The Story of the Second Calender

The Story of the Envious Man, and of Him that He Envied

The History of the Third Calender

The Story of Zobeide

The Story of Amene



VOLUME 2

The Story of Sinbad the Voyager

The Three Apples

The Story of the Lady who was Murdered, and of the Young Man her Husband

The Story of Noor ad Deen Ali and Buddir ad Deen Houssun

The Story of the Little Hunch-Back

The Story Told by the Christian Merchant

The Story Told by the Sultan of Casgars Purveyor

The Story Told by the Jewish Physician

The Story Told by the Tailor

The Story of the Barber

The Story of the Barbers Eldest Brother

The Story of the Barbers Second Brother

The Story of the Barbers Third Brother

The Story of the Barbers Fourth Brother

The Story of the Barbers Fifth Brother

The Story of the Barbers Sixth Brother

The History ofAboulhassen Ali Ebn Becar, and Schemselnihar, Favourite

of Caliph Maroon al Rusheed



VOLUME 3

The Story of the Loves of Kummir al Zummaun, Prince of the Isles of the

Children of Khaledan, and of Badoura, Princess of China

The Story of the Princes Amgiad and Assad

The Story of the Prince Amgiad and a Lady of the City of the Magicians

The Story ofNoor ad Deen and the Fair Persian

The Story of Beder, Prince of Persia, and Jehaun-Ara, Princess of Samandal,or Summunder



VOLUME 4

Story of Prince Beder and the Princess Jehaun-Ara (continued)

The History of Ganem, Son ofAbou Ayoub, and Known by the Sunan

Loves Slave

The History of Prince Zeyn Alasnam and the Sultan of the Genii

The History of Codadad, and His Brothers

The History of the Princess of Deryabar

The Story ofAbou Hassan, or the Sleeper Awakened

The Story ofAlla Ad Deen, or the Wonderful Lamp



VOLUME 5

The Story ofAlla Ad Deen; or the Wonderful Lamp (continued)

Adventure of the Caliph Haroon al Rusheed

The Story of the Blind Man Baba Abdoollah

The Story of Syed Naomaun

The Story of Khaujeh Hassan al Hubbaul

The Story ofAli Baba and the Forty Robbers Destroyed by a Slave

The Story ofAli Khaujeh, a Merchant of Bagdad

The Story of the Enchanted Horse

The Story of Prince Ahmed, and the Fairy Perle Banou

The Story of the Sisters Who Envied Their Younger Sister



VOLUME 6

Story of the Sultan of Yemen and His Three Sons

Story of the Three Sharpers and the Sultan

The Adventures of the Abdicated Sultan

History of Mahummud, Sultan of Cairo

Story of the First Lunatic

Story of the Second Lunatic

Story of the Retired Sage and His Pupil, Related to the Sultan by the Second

Lunatic

Night Adventure of the Sultan

Story of the Broken-backed Schoolmaster

Story of the Wry-mouthed Schoolmaster.

The Sultans Second Visit to the Sisters

Story of the Sisters and the Sultana their Mother

Story of the Bang-Eater and the Cauzee

Story of the Bang-eater and His Wife

Continuation of the Fisherman, or Bang-eaters Adventures

The Sultan and the Traveller Mhamood al Hyjemmee

The Koord Robber

Story of the Husbandman

Story of the Three Princes and Enchanting Bird

Story of a Sultan of Yemen and His Three Sons

Story of the First Sharper in the Cave

History of the Sultan of Hind

Story of the Fishermans Son

Story ofAbou Neeut and Abou Neeuteen; or, the Well-Intentioned and the

Double-Minded

Adventure of a Courtier, Related by Himself to His Patron, anAmeer of Egypt...

Story of the Prince of Sind, and Fatima, Daughter of Amir Bin Naomaun...

Story of the Lovers of Syria; or, the Heroine

Story of Hyjauje, the Tyrannical Governor of Coufeh, and the Young Syed.

Story of Ins al Wujjood and Wird al Ikmaum Daughter of Ibrahim, Vizier to

Sultan Shamikh

The Adventures of Mazin of Khorassaun

Adventure of Haroon al Rusheed

Story of the Sultan, the Dervish, and the Barbers Son

Adventures of Aleefa, Daughter of Mherejaun, Sultan of Hind, and Eusuff,

Son of Sohul, Sultan of Sind

Adventures of the Three Princes, Sons of the Sultan of China

Story of the Good Vizier Unjustly Imprisoned

Story of the Lady of Cairo and Her Four Gallants

The Cauzees Story

Story of the Merchant, His Daughter, and the Prince of Eerauk

Adventures of the Cauzee, His Wife, &c

The Sultans Story of Himself.

Conchlsion

精彩书摘

NIGHT 3

The next morning Dinarzade made the same request to her sister as before: \"My dear sister,\" said she, \"if you be not asleep, tell me one of those pleasant stories that you have read.\" But the sultan, wishing to learn what followed betwixt the merchant and the genie, bade her proceed with that, which she did as follows.

Sir, while the merchant and the old man who led the hind were conversing, they saw another old man coming towards them, followed by two black dogs; after they had saluted one another, he asked them what they did in that place? The old man with the hind told him the adventure of the merchant and genie, with all that had passed between them, particularly the merchants oath. He added, that it was the day agreed on, and that he was resolved to stay and see the issue. The second old man thinking it also worth his curiosity, resolved to do the same, and took his seat by them. They had scarcely begun to converse together, when there arrived a third old man leading a mule. He addressed himself to the two former, and asked why the merchant who sat with them looked so melancholy? They told him the reason, which appeared to him so extraordinary, that he also resolved to witness the result; and for that purpose sat down with them.

In a short time they perceived a thick vapour, like a cloud of dust raised by a whirlwind, advancing towards them. When it had come up to them it suddenly vanished, and the genie appeared; who, without saluting them, went to the merchant with a drawn cimeter, and taking him by the arm, said, \"Get thee up, that I may kill thee, as thou didst my son.\" The merchant and the three old men began to lament and fill the air with their cries. Here Scheherazade, perceiving day, discontinued her story, which so much interested the sultans curiosity, that he resolved to hear the remainder, and put off the sultanesss execution for another day.

The grand viziers joy was extreme, when he found that the sultan did not order him to put Scheherazade to death; his family, the court, and the people in general, were astonished at the sultans forbearance.

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前言/序文

  世界文学名著体现了作者形容的特定时代的文明。浏览这些名著能够领略著者流利的文笔、真切的形容、具体的描写,让读者好像置身过后的历史文明之中。为此,咱们将这套精心编辑的“名著典藏”贡献给宽广读者。
  咱们找来了专门钻研东方历史、东方文明的专家学者,求教了业余的翻译人员,精心筛选了这些能够代表东方文学的著述,并听取了一些国外专门钻研文学的冤家的倡议,不删节、不做任何人为改动,严格依照原著的格调,提供原汁原味的东方名著,让读者能享用纯粹的英文名著。
  随着浏览的开展,你会发现本人的英语程度有形中有了大幅进步,并且对东方历史文明的理解也日益深化广阔。
  送您一套经典,让您受害永远!




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