“I believe in storytelling as deeply as Scheherazade did,” says the Iranian novelist Laleh Khadivi.
Keith lusts for Scheherazade and Lily provokes and even encourages him toward her.
He compares himself to Scheherazade, whose survival was based on her ability to weave tale after tale.
Marton diverted his attention by spinning amusing stories until he fell asleep, just as Scheherazade did.
“Good-bye, Scheherazade dear,” he said, with a new seriousness in his voice which made the tone of it almost tender.
We owe "Youth" and the first section of Scheherazade to this accident.
His existence, in the boyish imagination, was more adventurous than that of any hero of Scheherazade.
Shall I talk to you, Scheherazade, or let you snuggle into the chaste arms of Morpheus?
There is a new story every morning, and nobody to cut off the head of the Scheherazade.
What was the stuff with which you flavoured that soup, Scheherazade?
in Europe, a convention signed in 1985 to remove all frontier controls and permit free movement of persons between the participating countries
for Schengen, Luxembourg where first agreement was signed
The sultan's wife who narrates the Arabian Nights.