ASQ Issue 43.3

Seda Demiralp’s “1001 Nights with Animus,” examines how the frame of 1001 Nights “contributes to a feminist reading of the story.” The author explores the characters in the story as elements representing “the female psyche.” Utilizing a Jungian approach, Demiralp critiques previous interpretations of 1001 Nights and advances a feminist reading through the window of ninth-century Abbasid society. Marwa Alkhayat looks at “Sabry Musa’s Lord …

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