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The Linguistic Features of the Qur’anic Narratives by Yehudit Dror (November 2016)

The Linguistic Features of the Qur'anic Narratives by Yehudit Dror (November 2016)Yehudit Dror, The Linguistic Features of the Qur’anic Narratives, Berlin, Lit Verlag, ("Wiener Offene Orientalistik; 12"), 2016, 216 p. ISBN 978-3-643-50779-2
The author
Yehudit Dror is lecturer at the Department of Arabic Language and Literature at the University of Haifa, Israel.
Presentation
This monograph attempts to identify the linguistic characteristics of the Qur’anic narratives and to indicate what distinguishes them from other Qur’anic thematic passages. Initially, it is noted (...)

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"History of the Arabic Written Tradition" by Carl Brockelmann Volume 1, Translate by Joep Lameer with a Preface by Jan Just Witkam (October 2016)

"History of the Arabic Written Tradition" by Carl Brockelmann Volume 1, Translate by Joep Lameer with a Preface by Jan Just Witkam (October 2016)Carl Brockelmann (Carl), History of the Arabic Written, Translated by Joep Lameer. With a Preface by Jan Just Witkam, Leiden, Brill, ("Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 1 The Near and Middle East; 117/1"), 2016, 608 p. ISBN 9789004323308
The author
Carl Brockelmann est né à Rostock en Allemagne et mourut à Halle/Salle. Il mena une carrière académique classique en parvenant à exceller à la fois dans les langues sémitiques (syriaque, arabe...) et turques. Sa formidable capacité de travail lui (...)

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"The Qur’an and the Aesthetics of Premodern Arabic Prose" by Sarah R. bin Tyeer (July 2016)

"The Qur'an and the Aesthetics of Premodern Arabic Prose" by Sarah R. bin Tyeer (July 2016)R. bin Tyeer (Sarah), The Qur’an and the Aesthetics of Premodern Arabic Prose, London, Palgrave Macmillan, ("Literatures and Cultures of the Islamic World"), 2016, LXXIII, 315 p. ISBN 978-1-137-59875-2
The author
Sarah R. bin Tyeer is a Research Associate in the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London, UK. Her recent publications include essays in the volumes: Qur’an and Adab: The Shaping of Classical Literary Tradition, The Beloved in Middle East Literature: The (...)

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Sibawayhi’s Principles by Michael C. Carter (September 2016)

Sibawayhi's Principles by Michael C. Carter (September 2016)Carter (Michael C.), Sibawayhi’s Principles. Arabic Grammar and Law in Early Islamic Thought, Atlanta, Lockwood Press, ("Resources in Arabic and Islamic Studies") ISBN 978-1937040581
The author
Michael C. Carter is Hon. Prof. at Sydney University. He has held positions at Duke University, New York University, and Oslo University. His publications include Arab Linguistics: An Introductory Classical Text with Translation and Notes (Benjamins, 1981); Sibawayhi (OUP/Tauris, 2004), and Modern (...)

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"Qur’an and the Lyric Imperative" by Richard Serrano (Avril 2016)

"Qur'an and the Lyric Imperative" by Richard Serrano (Avril 2016)Serrano (Richard), Qur’an and the Lyric Imperative, New-York, Rowman & Littlefield, 2016, 274 p. ISBN 978-1-4985-2070-6
Author
Richard Serrano is professor of French and comparative literature at Rutgers University.
Presentation
This book argues that the tension between Arabic poetry and the Qur’ān dating back to the seventh century, when the Qur’ān was first recited, is a primary generator of meaning in the Arabic Literary Tradition. Four case studies illustrate how this tension is a (...)

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