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Arabic drama, a critical introduction

KhaМ„lid MubaМ„rak

Arabic drama, a critical introduction

by KhaМ„lid MubaМ„rak

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Published by Khartoum University Press in Khartoum, Sudan .
Written in English

  • Arab countries.
    • Subjects:
    • Theater -- Arab countries.,
    • Arabic drama -- History and criticism.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 95.

      Statementby Khalid al-Mubarak.
      LC ClassificationsPN2960.A67 M83 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination95 p. ;
      Number of Pages95
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2524183M
      LC Control Number87980168

      The volume focuses on the major genres of Arabic literature, dealing with Islam's sacred text, the Qur'an, and a wealth of poetry, narrative prose, drama and criticism. Allen reveals the continuities that link the creative output of the present day to the illustrious literary heritage of the past and incorporates an enormously rich body of Price: $ His publications include Arabic Drama: A Critical Introduction (Khartoum, ), Turabi’s Islamist Venture (Cairo, ), Tilk AnNazra () – a collection of plays in classical Arabic – and a translation into Arabic of two volumes of British documents about Sudan (Omdurman, ).

      A Critical Introduction to Knowledge-How provides an accessible introduction to the main arguments in this important and thriving debate suited for undergraduates and postgraduates in philosophy and related areas. A strength of the book is its methodology which places a premium on placing the debates over knowledge-how in a broader conversation. The Book of Job is classified as a work of Hebrew literature, but some scholars have pointed to evidence of Arabic influences within the Hebrew text. Archaeological discoveries made during the.

      A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data The Routledge dictionary of literary terms / [edited by] Peter Childs and Roger Fowler. p. cm. ‘Based on A Dictionary of Modern Critical Terms, edited by Roger Fowler.’ Rev. ed. of: A dictionary of modern critical terms. The contexts of the literary tradition 3. The Qur'an: sacred text and cultural yardstick 4. Poetry 5. Belletristic prose and narrative 6. Drama 7. The critical tradition Guide to further reading.

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