Nights may refer to:
- The plural form of night
- "Nights" (song), by Ed Bruce
- Nights (character), the main character in the video games Nights into Dreams... and Nights: Journey of Dreams
- Nights into Dreams..., the first game in the series, for the Sega Saturn
- Nights: Journey of Dreams, the second game in the series, for the Wii console
Other articles related to "nights":
... The word Navaratri literally means nine nights in Sanskrit, nava meaning nine and ratri meaning nights ... During these nine nights and ten days, nine forms of Shakti/Devi are worshiped ...
... which led him to the study of the One Thousand and One Nights, as he believed that the Nights stories reflected the Muslim popular piety ... MacDonald was the second scholar to investigate the manuscripts of the Nights, after Hermann Zotenberg, and he began to publish his results in 1908 ... MSS’ which Maximilian Habicht claimed to find and use for his Breslau Nights edition was a fake ...
Famous quotes containing the word nights:
“Researchers, with science as their authority, will be able to cut [animals] up, alive, into small pieces, drop them from a great height to see if they are shattered by the fall, or deprive them of sleep for sixteen days and nights continuously for the purposes of an iniquitous monograph.... Animal trust, undeserved faith, when at last will you turn away from us? Shall we never tire of deceiving, betraying, tormenting animals before they cease to trust us?”
—Colette [Sidonie Gabrielle Colette] (18731954)
“Do not human beings have a hard service on earth, and are not their days like the days of a laborer? Like a slave who longs for the shadow, and like laborers who look for their wages, so I am allotted months of emptiness, and nights of misery are apportioned to me.”
—Bible: Hebrew, Job 7:1-3.
“The clock runs down
timeless and still.
The days and nights turn hours to years
and water in a gutter marks the circle of another world
hating, resentful, and afraid
stagnant, and green, and full of slimy things.”
—Margaret Abigail Walker (b. 1915)