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YouTube screenshot. Screen capture from video showing the delivery of Russian S air defense missiles to Syria. Join our community. In a Galland-based translation was made by Maximilian Habicht. Later, however, Duncan Black MacDonald showed that the Tunisian provenance of a manuscript Habicht claimed to use during the translation was a forgery which Habicht committed himself. In — Max Henning published another German translation in 24 small volumes; the first seven volumes were based on the Bulaq edition, while volumes 18—24 were largely translated from Richard Francis Burton.

In —13 another translation was made by Felix Paul Greve.

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At the same time he translated one lewd portion into Latin, not German. Nonetheless, Isaak Filshtinsky considered Littmann's translation to be "the most complete and accomplished".

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There have been several Dutch translations made from the French editions of Galland and Mardrus. Richard van Leeuwen. In Arabist Francesco Gabrieli , who headed the team of anonymous translators, produced the four-volume Italian translation, based on Bulaq collated with Calcutta II.

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For instance, a three-volume translation by Yulia Doppelmayr — was based on Galland, the six-volume translation by Lyudmila Shelgunova was based on that by Edward William Lane and an anonymous translation — was based on Mardrus. The first Russian translation directly from the Arabic source from Calcutta II was made by Mikhail Salye [7] and published in eight volumes by Academia in — The stories about Sinbad the Sailor were translated into Spanish already in In a six-volume Beijing edition of Na Xun was published.

In the preface Nagamine wrote that he used G. Nagamine also used Edward William Lane's English translation as a supplement.

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Subsequently other Japanese translations were made, but the first complete Japanese translation from Arabic was published in —92 by Shinji Maejima and Ikeda Osamu , in nineteen volumes titled Arabian Naito. A selection of stories, translated by Hanna Amit-Kohavi, appeared in two volumes, in the years and , under the title Leylot Arav. In the year 4-volume of Bosnian translation was published. Bulaq version was translated by Esad Durakovic during the siege of Sarajevo.

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Enabling JavaScript in your browser will allow you to experience all the features of our site. Learn how to enable JavaScript on your browser. See All Customer Reviews. Shop Books. Add to Wishlist. USD 6. Buy Online, Pick up in Store is currently unavailable, but this item may be available for in-store purchase. Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Overview Here we have a collection of fictional tales written from the perspective of a Syrian-American.

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The stories put a human edge to the immigrant's struggles in a new country and deals with the Arab heritage left behind. The resulting stories show the lives these immigrants and children of immigrants as they struggle to adjust in a new country. The situations in which they find themselves are sometimes sad, sometimes poignant, sometimes humorous, but always relevant. Product Details About the Author. About the Author Elias Sassoon is the author of published novels and short story collections.

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