2 edition of dancing girl of Shamakha found in the catalog.
dancing girl of Shamakha
Arthur, comte de Gobineau
|Statement||by Count de Gobineau; authorized translation by Helen Morgenthau Fox, illustrations by Mak.|
|Contributions||Fox, Helen Morgenthau, 1884-1974.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 340 p.|
|Number of Pages||340|
|LC Control Number||26007657|
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Hasan Shah is the author of The Dancing Girl ( avg rating, 18 ratings, 2 reviews, published ) and The Nautch Girl ( avg rating, 8 ratings, 0 /5. Fox's last garden book, Adventure in My Garden, contains the most complete descriptions of her own gardens. To Fox, gardening was a lifetime "adventure" that she shared with others through her books. Other Works: Gardens by J. C. N. Forestier (translated by Fox, ). The Dancing Girl of Shamakha by J. A. Gobineau (translated by Fox, ).
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Free shipping for many products. The dancing girl of Shamakha --The lovers of Kandahar --The war of the Turkomans --The illustrious magician --The story of Gamber-Ali.
Other Titles: Asiatic tales. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The dancing girl of Shamakha by Arthur, comte de Author: Gobineau, Arthur, comte de.
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It was the winner of the St. Lawrence Award for Fiction and the award of The Periodical Distributors of Canada for Short Fiction. This book Die Tänzerin von Shamakha (The Dancing Girl of Shamakha), forms part of the Dorothy Fleming Collection, and is one of a collection of books donated by Dorothy as an illustration of her family life before the Holocaust.
Dorothy Fleming was born Dora Oppenheimer dancing girl of Shamakha book Vienna, Austria. In literature, Shamakhi dancers are referred to in Comte de Gobineau's novel The dancing girl of Shamakha and other Asiatic tales.
The Dancer of Shamakha recounts the life of Armenian dancer Armen Ohanian, her education as a dancer, her childhood in Russia, and her travels in Iran and Egypt. The complete review's Review.
Hasan Shah's autobiographical novel tells the story of his ill-starred love for the dancing girl Khanum Jan. Obtaining a position as a munshi (clerk) to an Englishman, Ming Saheb, in Cawnpore (modern Kanpur), the young Hasan Shah also falls madly in love with one of the members of a touring group of dancers that has set up camp here.
Arthur de Gobineau, French diplomat, writer, ethnologist, and social thinker whose theory of racial determinism had an enormous influence upon the subsequent development of racist theories and practices in western Europe. Gobineau was a member of an aristocratic royalist family.
He went to Paris in. Dancing Girl may refer to. Dancing Girl (Mohenjo-daro), a bronze statuette dating around BC "The Dancing Girl" (short story), an short story by the Japanese writer Mori Ogai The Dancing Girl, a lost silent film drama; Dancing Girl, a Japanese film directed by Hiroshi Shimizu; The Dancing Girl, an play by Henry Arthur Jones; Dancing Girl (Rabindranath Tagore), a Shemakha dancers are mentioned to in the Comte de Gobineau's novel La Danseuse de Shamakha ().
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Paradoxically, The Dancing-girl from Shamakha, the first of the Nouvelles asiatiques (), hardly illustrates the idea of the superiority of the white "race": Although the Muslim Author: Niccolo Caldararo.
Count De Gobineau. Comment: Edition: First Edition; Very Good/No Jacket; Type: Book The book includes the following stories: The dancing girl of Shamakha, The Story of Gamber-Aly, The War of the Turkomans, The Illustrious Magician, and The Lovers of Kandahar.
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