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History of Arabic literature

Khurshid Ahmad Fariq

History of Arabic literature

by Khurshid Ahmad Fariq

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Published by Vikas Publications in Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arabic literature -- To 622 -- History and criticism,
  • Arabic literature -- 622-750 -- History and criticism

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsIndian Institute of Islamic Studies
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPJ7526 F24
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18863814M

    Preface Note to the Reader Transcription Introduction I The Task of Literary History II Sources and Earlier Accounts of the Literary History of the Arabs III Division of the History of Arabic Literature First Book: The National Literature of the Arabs First Section From the Beginnings until the Appearance of Muḥammad Chapter 1. The Arabic Language Chapter : Carl Brockelmann. The book contained simple rhymes and charming illustrations, each focusing on a letter of the alphabet. In a marketing move seemingly well before its time, the book came with a pincushion for girls or a ball for boys. A Little Pretty Pocket-Book is widely considered one of the most important books in the genre of children's literature. Newbery.

    Modern Arabic literature/edited by M. M. Badawl. p. cm. - (The Cambridge History of Arabic literature) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (hardback) 1. Arabic literature — 20th century — History and criticism. I. Badawl, Muhammad Mustafl. II. Series. PJM58 ' - dc20 CIP. ADAB. ii. Adab in Arabic Literature. In modern Arabic usage the term adab (plur.ādāb) denotes “literature,” but in classical Islam it was applied only to a limited range of literary all arabists have accepted that it derives from the plural ādāb of daʾb, which means manner, habit, condition, state, or behavior, but originally conveyed the sense of way, path, or track.

      A compilation of the history of Islamic authors and writings, A Literary History of the Arabs is considered one of the best explanations of Arabic culture and literature today. R.A. Nicholson explains in the book's preface that Islamic literature contains within it references to figureheads and cultural understandings that would stump all English readers unaware of Arabic history and beliefs. Zaydān did not limit himself to popular journals. His History of Arabic Literature consists of four volumes, of which the first two volumes are presented here bound together and covering the pre-Islamic period to the 11th century. In his support for modernization, Zaydān ran afoul of some contemporaries who claimed he was a Mason.


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There is perhaps no other literature so closely allied to the history of its people as is that of the Arabs. The monotony of nomadic life, the rise of Islam, the Arab conquests, the imperial luxury of early Abbasids, the interaction and cross fertilization with other civilizations (notably in Spain), the decline and overthrow of the Caliphate, the period of cultural stagnation, the reactions.

A Short History of Classical Arabic Literature book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. The distinguished Arabist, novelist and historian Robert Irwin selects five classics of Arabic literature, from the Life and Work of Jahiz (aka ‘goggle eyes’) to a strange and complex Sudanese masterpiece.

Interview by Thea Lenarduzzi. The Cambridge History of Arabic Literature is a series of collaborative volumes covering the field from early Islam up to the present day. Contributors from around the world explore the extraordinary diversity of that literature and how it evolved under the influence of adjacent civilizations, and those the Arabs came to inhabit.

The Library of Arabic Literature makes available Arabic editions and English translations of significant works of Arabic literature, with an emphasis on the seventh to nineteenth centuries. The Library of Arabic Literature thus includes texts from the pre-Islamic era to the cusp of the modern period, and encompasses a wide range of genres, including poetry, poetics, fiction, religion.

The Cambridge History of Arabic Literature: The Literature of Al-Andalus explores the culture of Iberia from the eighth to the thirteenth century, and to the centuries following the Christian conquest, when Arabic continued to be used.

While the focus is on literature, the study extends to the related fields of philosophy, art, architecture and 5/5(1).

Arabic literature, the body of written works produced in the Arabic language. The tradition of Arabic literature stretches back some 16 centuries to unrecorded beginnings in the Arabian certain points in the development of European civilization, the literary culture of Islam and its Arabic medium of expression came to be regarded not only as models for emulation but also, through.

The Library of Arabic Literature makes available Arabic editions and English translations of significant works of Arabic literature, with an emphasis on the seventh to nineteenth centuries.

The Library of Arabic Literature thus includes texts from the pre-Islamic era to the cusp of the modern period, and encompasses a wide range of genres, including poetry. This book will likely awaken many young scholars and graduate students to the vast untapped potential the Arabic literature of the post-classical period possesses.

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History of Arabic literature. Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Huart, Clément, History of Arabic literature. New York: D. Another comment was made in the Cassell’s Encyclopedia of Literature saying “ the book (Qur’an) is the center of literary and educational tradition” (“Arabic literature” 30).

The most obvious reason why the Holy Qur’an is considered important in Arabic literature is its contribution to a gradual increase in the number of themes. Introduction I. The task of literary history II. Sources and earlier accounts of the literary history of the Arabs III.

Division of the history of Arabic literature First Book. The national literature of the Arabs First Section. From the beginnings until the appearance of Muhammad; Chapter 1.

The Arabic language; Chapter 2. The beginnings of poetry. History of Arabic literature in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries = الاداب العربية في القرن التاسع عشر والربع الاول من القرن العشرين = La littérature arabe au xixe siècle et dans le premier quart du xxe : Sean Swanick.

This volume of the Cambridge History of Arabic Literature provides an authoritative, comprehensive critical survey of creative writing in Arabic from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day.

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Book Description: 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.

The narration of historical events and the reflexion upon their causes are old scholarly concerns since ancient times. In Islamic culture, a specific Arabic historiographical tradition emerged very early, since the late 7th century, to account for the history of Islam and the development of its civilisation.

The following article presents a general outline on the Islamic historical literature. ARABIC LITERATURE: The Quran, the primary document of the Islamic faith, is the first Arabic book. Its style, at once vigorous, allusive, and concise, deeply influenced later compositions in Arabic, as it continues to color the mode of expression of native speakers of Arabic, Christian as well as Muslim, both in writing and in conversation.

Arabian Literature A written Arabic literature began to be known with the collect of Koran, the sacred book of Islam, in Arabia in 17th century A.D.

with the spread of the Islamic faith into Asia, Africa and Europe, the Arabian language soon became a major world language. Today it is read or understood by hundreds of millions of People.

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In other words, criticism in Arabic literature is as old as the literary tradition itself, and a remarkable feature of many Arab societies today is the extent.As a scholar in Arabic literature and the teacher of a university-level course on Arabic literary history, I have for some time been experiment-ing with diVerent ways of presenting the subject to university students with a broad range of humanistic interests and also to a more general reading public.

I have often asked my own students to.