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Edinburgh University Press Format Available: An introduction to Modern Arabic Literature, from the beginning of the nineteenth century to the present Author by: Geert Jan Van Gelder Language: A major achievement in the field of translation, this anthology presents a rich assortment of classical Arabic poems and literary prose, from pre-Islamic times until the 18th century, with short introductions to guide non-specialist students and informative endnotes and bibliography for advanced scholars.
Like many pre-modern Arabic anthologies it aims at being both entertaining and informative. It ranges from the early Bedouin poems with their evocation of desert life to refined urban lyrical verse, from tender love poetry to sonorous eulogy or vicious lampoons, and from the heights of mystical rapture to the frivolity of comic verse.
The prose contains anecdotes, entertaining or edifying tales and parables, a fairy-tale, a bawdy story, samples of literary criticism, and much more.
With this anthology, distinguished Arabist Geert Jan van Gelder brings together well-known texts as well as less familiar pieces that will be new even to scholars in the field.
Many recent studies and anthologies of Middle Eastern literatures are primarily interested in Islam and religious matters—an emphasis that leads to the common misconception that almost everything in the region was and is dominated by religion.
Classical Arabic Literature instead brings to life the rich variety of pre-modern Arabic social and cultural life, where secular texts happily coexisted with religious ones.
This masterful anthology, in English only, will introduce this vibrant literary heritage to a wide spectrum of new readers.Arabic literary translations went into golden ages, with an increasing number of works translated directly from Arabic into Chinese. Since translation in this period was no konger under the influence of strong political tendencies, the forms and contents of Arabic works became rich and colorful.
Essays in Arabic Literary Biography I: /Essays in Arabic Literary Biography, The three volumes of Essays in Arabic Literary Biography contain entries by leading specialists in the field of Arabic literature studies devoted to the major representatives of the literary heritage of Arabic culture within three specific periods: (ed.
Terri DeYoung); (ed. Joseph E. Lowry and Devin Stewart); and (ed. Roger Allen). Mîzân 17,1 Essays in Arabic Literary Biography – Edited by Terri DeYoung and Mary St. Germain Bearbeitet von Terri DeYoung, Mary St. Germain. The period also witnessed the development of literary criticism and the study of Arabic rhetoric; the growth of religious, mystical, and philosophical writings; the production of travel and historical literature, and of compendia of past Arab literary achievements and bibliographical sources for them.
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