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Magda M. al-Nowaihi
An analysis of the imagery, rethorical devices, and structural patterns in the Dīwān of the 11th-12th century acclaimed Andalusian poet, Ibn Khafājah, with special emphasis om his innovative use of the poetic tradition.
A literary comparison of surviving alternative versions of selected narrative-cycles from the Nights. Pinault draws on the published Arabic editions — especially Bulaq, MacNaghten, and the fourteenth-century Galland text recently edited by Mahdi — as well as unpublished Arabic manuscripts from ...
Based on a sizable and coherent sample of poetry (the twenty-two major panegyrics to Sayf al-Dawla), this study identifies and describes the compositional rules and predilections that played a dominant role in Mutanabbī's verse in the Aleppo period.
Edited by John O. Hunwick and R.S. O'Fahey. Compiled by John O. Hunwick. With the Assistance of Razaq Abu Bakre, Hamidu Bobboyi, Roman Loimeier, Stefan Reichmuth and Muhammad Sani Umar. Editorial Consultant: Albrecht Hofheinz.
This work is the first comprehensive guide to the Arabic-Islamic writing of Nigeria and neighbouring countries, listing all known authors, their works, manuscripts and published editions and translations. An initial overview and chapter introductions provide an outline intellectual history.
Edited by J.O. Hunwick and R.S. O'Fahey. Compiled by R.S. O'Fahey. With the Assistance of Muhammad Ibrahim Abu Salim, Albrecht Hofheinz, Yahya Muhammad Ibrahim, Bernd Radtke and Knut S. Vikør
Edited, Translated, and with an Introduction by Mohammad A. Quayum, International Islamic University Malaysia
In The Essential Rokeya, Mohammad A. Quayum collates Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain’s best work in English, as well as Quayum’s own translation of her works from Bengali into English, which encapsulate the author’s imagination as a foremother of South Asian feminism.
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