2 edition of Tales from the bazaars of Arabia found in the catalog.
Tales from the bazaars of Arabia
|LC Classifications||GR270 .S53 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 209 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||209|
|LC Control Number||2009455257|
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Tales from the Bazaars has a lovely collection of short folk stories from Turkey, Persia, Arabia, and Afghanistan. I love the local variations on the themes in the stories, and was surprised by King Suleiman being such a widely known/used figure/5(7).
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These are just some of the enchanting stories described in Tales from the Bazaars of Arabia, a collection of classic folktales gathered from Arabia, Afghanistan, Persia and Turkey. Each story is alive with vivid characters - beggars and kings, merchants, witches and djinns - and threaded with universal motifs of fantasy and magic, fate and 5/5(3).
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Get this from a library. Tales from the bazaars. [Amina Shah] -- A treasury of traditional folklore from Central Asia, India, Arabia, Europe and the Americas.
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This is the background to the Arabian Nights. In this selection made by that master of folklore and fairy-tale Andrew Lang, the reader meets 5/5(1). Amina Shah (31 October – 19 January ), later known as Amina Maxwell-Hudson, was a British anthologiser of Sufi stories and folk tales, and was for many years the Chairperson of the College of was the sister of the Sufi writers Idries Shah and Omar Ali-Shah, and the daughter of Sirdar Ikbal Ali Shah and Saira Elizabeth Luiza ves: Shah family.
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Amina Shah. 01 Dec Hardback. unavailable. The origin of the word bazaar comes from Persian bāzār. from Middle Persian wāzār, from Old Persian vāčar, from Proto-Indo-Iranian *wahā-čarana. The term, bazaar, spread from Persia into Arabia and ultimately throughout the Middle East. In North America, the United Kingdom and some other European countries, the term charity bazaar can be used as a synonym for a.
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Hence this book Arabic Tales for the young and the curious. But first I had to find some illustrations illustrations that would do justice to the ancient world of Arabia and the twisting plots in these tales.
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