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The moral of the original Middle-Eastern tale 'Arabian Nights' is that greatness and strength comes from within, not from without. This is demonstrated by Aladdin's bravery an…d intelligence despite his humble upbringing. In Disney's animated musical version of the story, the writers updated this theme to a single phrase, calling Aladdin a 'diamond in the rough'.
It is also called "The Thousand-and-One Nights."
Yes No, it is a documentry. Made by Jack the Ripper If you're talking about the Disney movie then yes.
The name of the princess who saved her life by telling stories at night is Scheherazade.
A title is a short descriptive phrase -- sometimes just one word -- that is designed to catch a reader's eye and make them curious about the story or book so that they want to… read it. In an academic paper or textbook, the title is a literal description of what's in the book. In a novel or fiction story, it's usually just something catchy about the story.
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The Arabian nights consist of many stories all of different themes.But there are some that do involve a shipwreck,such as the voyages of sinbad.
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it came form iraq, iran and persian
Persia and Iran are the same country. Iran used to be called Persia, but has changed its name to Iran in modern times. Although, people still call Iran, Persia occasionally. A…nd the story 'Arabian Nights' is the Western World's name for the story 'One Thousand and One Nights' which does take place in Persia (present-day Iran).
Arabic in origin .
Aladdin is one of them.
a thousand and one. that's what it's called--One Thousand and One Nights (Edit by Sylvalis: I beg to disagree. There are 1001 nights, but the stories spread over several n…ights, sometimes even months. Scheherazade is trying to keep the sultan interested, so as not to be executed the day after, so every tale has to last more than one night. She has to be certain she won't be beheaded in the morning. Moreover, sometimes there are stories within a story, which makes it even more difficult to keep a precise count. Finally, depending if you are reading the Syrian or the Egyptian version, you get a very different number of tales... The only thing we can be sure of is that 30 Persian tales were originally found, then extra tales were added to the list - different tales, depending on the version of the text we are talking about.)
The work was collected over many centuries from various authors who were Arabic, Persian, Indian and Egyptian. The first European version was translated into French from an Ar…abic text by Antoine Galland about 1704/1717. The work was issued in English about 1923