|Statement||by Martin Blackburn.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||223|
The One Thousand and One Nights and various tales within it make use of many innovative literary techniques, which the storytellers of the tales rely on for increased drama, suspense, or other emotions. Some of these date back to earlier Persian, Indian and Arabic literature, while others were original to the One Thousand and One y: Middle East. The Arabian Nightmare is a devastating illness of whose exact nature is not known. At night the person suffers from horrifying nightmare and the individual wakes up covered in blood, from a bloody nose of course. Eventually in a daze Balian leaves his caravanserai and wanders aimlessly in the streets of Cairo being unable to determine if he is Cited by: 2. She became well known in Greece by her autobiography books "Nightmares in the Saudi Arabian Desert" and "Merciless Struggle" where she describes her life as a married woman to an important Saudi man. "Nightmare in the Saudi Arabian Desert" Alexandra Symeonidou is a Greek best-selling author of ten books, two children books and three French /5. “The Arabian Nightmare is a conceit worthy of Borges.” — The New York Times “[Irwin’s] fascination for inner perception, helped along with a delight in Scheherazadian frames and exotic lore, makes for quite a rich experience: a strangely playful construct that, like an intricate Chinese box, delights with each unexpected combination Brand: ABRAMS (Ignition).
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