National Dreams: The Remaking of Fairy Tales in Nineteenth-Century England

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Index
Account of the Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians (Lane), 84, 85, 86, 147, 169 n.49
Addy, S. O., 21
Ahmed, Leila, 83, 86, 93, 105, 172 n.86
Alderson, Brian, 29–30
Alf Layla wa Layla. See Arabian Nights
Althusser, Louis, 149
Altick, Richard D., 5–6
Andersen, Hans Christian, 9
Anderson, Benedict, 4
Arabian Nights (Lane); appeal of, 25, 147; Arab culture in, 91, 97–98, 115–16, 139–40, 172 nn.86–87; cultural indexicality of, 83, 85–86, 118, 138–39; illustrations in, 81, 91, 98–115, 172 nn. 81, 87; narrative structure of, 78–79, 80, 81, 92, 122; notes in, 79, 80, 82, 86, 91–98, 147, 170 nn.67–68, 171 nn. 69, 70, 75, 78, 79, 177 n.27; “On Magic,” 94–95; “On the Influence of Eloquence and Tales upon the Arabs,” 95; “The Porter and the Three Ladies of Baghdad,” 90–91; purpose of, 2, 8, 78–79, 138; “The Story of Noor ed-Deen and His Son,” 92; “The Story of the First Sheykh and the Gazelle,” 94–96; “The Story of the Fisherman,” 102, 105; “The Story of the King and His Son and the Damsel and the Seven Wezeers,” 97; “The Story of the Prince Kamar Ez-Zemân and the Princess Budoor,” 97; textual history of, 81–83, 85–86, 167 n.8, 168 nn. 23, 28, 29; translations of, 21, 79, 170 n.63
Arabian Nights’ Entertainments. See Mille et Une Nuits: Contes Arabes
Arabian Society in the Middle Ages: Studies from The Thousand and One Nights (Lane-Poole), 94, 147, 170 n.67, 177 n.27
Asbjørnsen, Peter, 122, 126, 148, 173 n.7; influenced by Grimms, 17, 121, 124–25, 138; on national identity, 132–33. See also Norske Folkeeventyr
Aubrey, John, 5, 8, 57
audience. See under reading
authenticity, 2, 53, 160 n.71; cultural, 9, 87; and orality, 14, 22, 23, 31, 43, 49, 67, 126; and textuality, 132, 142–43
author, 7, 49, 82; intentions of, 91; problems of, 50–52, 65–66, 155 n.9, 156 n.11, 157 n.31; status of, 22, 67–68
Bacchilega, Cristina, 9, 177 n.22
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 51
Baldwyn, Charles, 4, 13, 25–26, 146, 160 n.59
Barrett, Peggy, 56, 148
Batten, John D., 112
Bauman, Richard, 4
Bendix, Regina, 142
Berman, Antoine, 3, 152 n.9
Bermingham, Ann, 38, 162 n.90
Bhabha, Homi K., 58, 164 n.24
Bible, 88, 171 n.79, 172 n.86
Blamires, David, 29
Boland, Frances, 163 n.6
Bottigheimer, Ruth, 9, 143, 176 n.19
Bourke, Tom, 54, 65
Brand, John, Observations on Popular Antiquities, 3
Brentano, Clemens, 23–24
Briggs, Asa, 162 n.97
Briggs, Katharine, 144
British Folklorists (Dorson), 9–10
Brooke, William Henry, 47, 63, 69
Brougham, Lord, 84, 86, 120
Bunsen, Christian, 131; Outlines of the Philosophy of Universal History, Applied to Language and Religion, 130
Burder, Samuel, Oriental Customs; or, An Illustration of the Sacred Scriptures, by an Explanatory Application of the Customs and Manners of the Eastern Nations, and Especially the Jews, Therein Alluded to, Collected from the Most Celebrated Travellers and the Most Eminent Critics, 88–89

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