4 edition of Essays in Arabic literary biography found in the catalog.
Essays in Arabic literary biography
Roger M. A. Allen
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||general editor, Roger Allen|
|Series||Mîzân -- Bd. 17|
|Contributions||DeYoung, Terri, Lowry, Joseph E. (Joseph Edmund), Stewart, Devin J.|
|LC Classifications||PJ7521 .E87 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <2-3> ;|
|ISBN 10||3447059338, 3447061413|
|ISBN 10||9783447059336, 9783447061414|
|LC Control Number||2010359879|
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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).Reviews: 1. 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).4/5(1). Essays in Arabic Literacy Biography Vol.
3 () is the third and last in a series of works that select 40 authors from a particular time period in Arabic literary history and invite leading experts to contribute biographical essays on them. Essays in Arabic Literary Biography, Edited by TERRI DEYOUNG AND MARY ST.
GERMAIN. Mizan: Studien zur Literatur in der islamischen Welt, vol. 17,1. Wiesbaden: HARRASSOWITZ, Pp. vii + 68 [euro]. This is the first volume of a three-volume series whose general editor is Roger Allen.
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He is also series editor of a set of four volumes devoted to Arabic literary biography (one of which has been published by the Dictionary of Literary Biography and the other three of which have been published under the general title Essays in Arabic Literary Biography by Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden, Germany).
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