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Sindbâd the Seaman, notably the underground river in Eldorado, where in Candide the heroes are picked up by a machine. In his introduction to Zadig Voltaire wrote: “The story was first written in Chaldean, which neither you nor I understand. Later it was translated into Arabic to amuse the famous Sultan Ouloug Beg, at the same time that the Arabs and Persians were beginning to write the Thousand-and-one-Nights, the Thousand-and-one-Days etc. Ouloug Beg preferred Zadig, but the Sultanas liked the Thousand-and-One more. How is it possible,’ said the wise Ouloug, ‘that you prefer tales which have neither sense nor reason?
That is just why we like them so much, ‘replied the Sultanas. Further references to the Arabian Nights are expressed in parallels with the stories of Khudâdâd and His Brothers, ‘Alâ’ al-Dîn, and the History of the Princess of Daryâbâr. Whereas the Arabian Nights focuses on the narrative themes of providence and destiny, Voltaire substituted the interference of divine power with human intervention. Upon returning to Europe, he wrote his masterpiece, a multi-leveled frame tale. The Last Voyage of Somebody the Sailor. Scheherazade framing story in which the author appears to Scheherazade from the future and recounts stories from the 1001 Nights to her in order to provide her with material with which to forestall her execution. It is implied that the Thousand and One Nights is part of the result of that bargain.
Fables, magical literary characters, to the sultan in order to avoid her impending death. On several occasions throughout the story, he compares his situation to Scheherazade’s. Wicks Cherrycoke must tell his extended family an entertaining story in order to remain a guest at their home, a predicament similar to Scheherazade’s. Scheherazade’s storytelling technique to narrate a tale about the village of Safwan, Iraq during the most recent American war. She is a Scottish spy who was captured by the SS in Occupied France, and is writing down her story and war time secrets to spare herself torture. Marjan, rescues the fabled Shahrazad from the Sultan’s wrath. In “Norwegian Wood” by Haruki Murakami, Toru refers to Reiko as a regular Scheherazade when she leaves a story about her past unfinished.