1001 Nacht: Arabische Märchen und Sagen (Vollständige by Gustav Weil

By Gustav Weil

Dieses e-book: "1001 Nacht: Arabische Märchen und Sagen (Vollständige deutsche Ausgabe)" ist mit einem detaillierten und dynamischen Inhaltsverzeichnis versehen und wurde sorgfältig korrekturgelesen.

Gustav Weil (1808-1889) struggle deutscher Orientalist. Gustav Weil verstand es, auf Grund von Handschriften und gedruckten Büchern seinerzeit weit verbreitete historische und literarhistorische Darstellungen zu verfassen. Besonders bekannt ist er durch die erste werkgetreu und vollständig aus dem Urtext übersetzte Ausgabe von Tausendundeine Nacht geworden. Zur Inhalt: Schahriyâr, König einer ungenannten Insel "zwischen Indien und Kaiserreich China", ist so schockiert von der Untreue seiner Frau, dass er sie töten lässt und seinem Wesir die Anweisung gibt, ihm fortan jede Nacht eine neue Jungfrau zuzuführen, die jeweils am nächsten Morgen ebenfalls umgebracht wird. Nach einiger Zeit will Scheherazade, die Tochter des Wesirs, die Frau des Königs werden, um das Morden zu beenden. Sie beginnt, ihm Geschichten zu erzählen; am Ende der Nacht ist sie an einer so spannenden Stelle angelangt, dass der König unbedingt die Fortsetzung hören will und die Hinrichtung aufschiebt. In der folgenden Nacht erzählt Scheherazade die Geschichte weiter, unterbricht am Morgen wieder an einer spannenden Stelle…

Inhalt:
Geschichte des Kaufmanns mit dem Geiste
Geschichte des zweiten Greises mit den beiden Hunden
Geschichte Mahmuds
Geschichte des Schneiders
Erste Reise Sindbads
Erzählung vom Schlafenden und Wachenden
Geschichte des Königs Ibrahim und seines Sohnes
Geschichte der Prinzessin von Deryabar
Geschichte Alaeddins und der Wunderlampe
Geschichte des Sidi Numan
Geschichte des Prinzen Ahmed und der price Pari Banu
Geschichte der zwei Liebenden
Geschichte des Königs Kalad und seines Veziers Schimas
Geschichte des Fisches im Wasserteich
Geschichte des edlen Gebers und viel mehr...

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