Alan Richardson (2)

Three Oriental Tales

2002 (Copyright)

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Editor Alan Richardson (2)
Contributing Writer Frances Sheridan
Contributing Writer William Beckford
Contributing Writer Lord Byron
Publisher Series New Riverside Editions
Publisher Houghton Mifflin Company
Copyright Holder Houghton Mifflin Company
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Date
Copyright 2002
Identifying Codes
ISBN 10 0-618-10731-2
Printer's Key 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9-FFG-05 04 03 02 01
Impression/Printing No. 1
Barcode (EAN) 9780618107315
EAN 5 90000
Other 3-48267
Format Paperback
Publication Location Boston; New York
Genre
Page Count / Font 327 pages
Language English
Chapters About This Series

Introduction
A Note on the Texts
Literary Orientalism in Britain, from the Arabian Nights to Byron: A Select Chronology

PART ONE: THE TALES
Frances Sheridan: History of Nourjahad
William Beckford: Vathek
William Beckford and Samuel Henley: Original Notes to Vathek
George Gordon, Lord Byron: The Giaour
George Gordon, Lord Byron: Original Notes to The Giaour

PART TWO: CONTEXTS: THE RISE OF LITERARY ORIENTALISM
From Arabian Nights Entertainments
-- "Preface"
-- "The Fourteenth Night"
The Spectator No. 578
Samuel Johnson: The Rambler No. 120
Oliver Goldsmith: "Letter 33"
Maria Edgeworth:"Murad the Unlucky"
Francis Jeffrey: "[Review of The Giaour]"

PART THREE: RECENT CRITICISM
Margaret Anne Doody: "Frances Sheridan: Morality and Annihilated Time"
Felicity A. Nussbaum: "The Empire of Love"
Adam Potkay: "Beckford's Heaven of Boys"
Marilyn Butler: "The Orientalism of Byron's Giaour"

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