KORAN - E NGL 2111 World L ite rature November 12, 2009 The...

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ENGL 2111 World Literature November 12, 2009 The Thousand and One Nights. Q1. The inner voyages amounts to the stories being narrated by Sinbad the sailor to the Sinbad the porter and the journey he took him through his stories while the outer voyages represents the voyages that Sinbad the sailor took and the predicaments he encountered on these voyages. Q2. How does Sheherazade come to be a potential sexual conquest of the King? When the virgins run low, Sheherazade Volunteers to take her place in the Kings bed, stipulating that only her sister Dunyazade attend to her. As they had arranged, her sister Dunyazade asks her to tell the story to the King. She escapes execution by timing so that by day break the story is still unfinished (page 1572) Q3. Scholars believe that the nights was assembled in Persia sometime before the eighth century. Persia is currently known as Islamic Republic of Iran and the
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official language is Persian. The nights was translated into Arabic in the eighth century and over the next five centuries. (page 1573 Paragraph 1)
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