♥ Book Title : Advanced Arabic Literary Reader
☯ Full Synopsis : "Advanced Arabic Literary Reader is a truly representative collection of literary extracts from across the Arabic-speaking world. Extracts from each country in the Arab world have been carefully selected, with a balance of both male and female writers and prominent and emerging voices, providing a unique window into the Arab world. Suitable for both class use and independent study, each extract is supported by an introduction to the author, pre-reading activities, comprehension questions and discussion questions. These activities are designed to help learners expand and reinforce their vocabulary, develop their oral and written proficiency and stimulate further exploration of the cultural and historical background of the texts. Written entirely in Arabic, the Advanced Arabic Literary Reader is an essential text for advanced students who wish to further their reading, speaking, and writing ability in Modern Standard Arabic. Free audio recordings of the extracts are available online at www.routledge.com/books/details/9781138828698/ to enable students to improve listening skills."Article| Jonas Elbousty, Muhammad Aziz| Statement ..."
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♥ Book Title : Tradition & Modernity in Arabic Literature (c)
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♥ Book Title : Anthology of Arabic Literature, Culture, and Thought from Pre-Islamic Times to the Present
☯ Full Synopsis : "Accompanying audio CD has readings to accompany the text."Article| Bassam K. Frangieh| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : A Reader of Classical Arabic Literature
☯ Full Synopsis : "A Reader of Classical Arabic Literature is one of a very small group of resources in English for the teaching of intermediate and advanced level classical Arabic. Based on his lecture notes, the late Seeger Bonebakker designed a superb teaching text, which he then asked his UCLA colleague, Michael Fishbein, to help him annotate and augment. The result is a truly valuable reader, one used widely in the United States and Europe, featuring judicious and instructive selections from such works as Ibn al-Qifti's Inbah al-ruwat, al-Tanukhi's al-Faraj ba'd al-shidda, and al-Dhahabi's Siyar a'lam al-nubala', among others."Article| S. A. Bonebakker| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Classical Arabic Literature
☯ Full Synopsis : "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."Article| Geert Jan Van Gelder| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Modern Arabic Literary Language
☯ Full Synopsis : "The Modern Arabic Literary Language is a thoughtful examination of the changes that the Arabic language has undergone in its transition from its roots in classical Arabic to a language able to meet the demands of twentieth-century life. In this volume a respected and masterful scholar of the Arabic language Jaroslav Stetkevych notes the ways that new words have been incorporated into the language, ranging from deriving new terms from existing roots (for example, the word for "newspaper" derives from the word meaning "sheet to write on") to downright assimilation of foreign words. Also noting the changes in grammar and semantics, Stetkevych illustrates how literary Arabic has become a more flexible language. Originally published in 1970, this volume is a clear assessment of lexical and stylistic developments in Modern Literary Arabic. This classic book is an important resource for scholars and advanced students of Arabic language and linguistics who wish to study the complexities of language change and lexical expansion."Article| Jaroslav Stetkevych| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Modern Arabic Literature
☯ Full Synopsis : "This volume provides an authoritative survey of creative writing in Arabic from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day."Article| Muḥammad Muṣṭafá Badawī| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Linguistic and Cultural Studies on Arabic and Hebrew
☯ Full Synopsis : "This is a Festschrift for Professor Moshe Piamenta, a great linguist, scholar and researcher, who has contributed to the field of Arabic and Hebrew language and culture for more than six decades. The book is divided into two parts: studies on Arabic and Hebrew, concerning aspects of both the dialects and literary register of Arabic, including lexicological issues. Part II deals with culture as manifest in Jerusalem.Part I: H. Amit Kokhavi, Introducing Register Competence into Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language in Israeli Hebrew-Speaking SchoolsP. Behnstedt, Notes on the Arabic Dialects of Eastern North-Yemen (ilGawf, Sirwah, Marib, Bani Dabyan)J. Blau, Theory and Practice in Middle Arabic: Two Cases of Deficient Self-KnowledgeFurther articles by: A. Borg, O. Jastrow, M. Nevo, Y. Ratzaby, J. Rosenhouse, H. Shehadeh, A. Shivtiel, S. Shrayboym-Shivtiel, and R. TalmonPart II: M. Maoz, Jerusalem in the Modern Era: Political and Social ChangesA. Cohen, A Tale of Two Women: A Jewish Endowment in the 19th Century JerusalemFurther articles by: A. Elad-Bouskila, and R. Sni"Article| Moshe Piamenta, J. Rosenhouse, Ami Elad| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Modern Arabic Literature
☯ Full Synopsis : "An introduction to Modern Arabic Literature, from the beginning of the nineteenth century to the present"Article| Paul Starkey| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Love and Sexuality in Modern Arabic Literature
☯ Full Synopsis : "In segregated, conservative societies with a repressive attitude to women, writings on the theme of love and sexuality are of particular interest. Among the many studies on modern Arabic literature, this book is the first major treatment of what has generally been a taboo subject. The scope covers the entire history of modern Arabic literature--poetry, the novel and the short story--from the late nineteenth century to the end of the 1980s. Examples are drawn from countries as diverse as Algeria and Kuwait. Although the main accent is on the prose of Egypt and the countries of the Mashreq, North African literature is also included. Topics range from 'erotic awareness in the early Egyptian short story' to 'death and desire in Iraqi war literature', from 'fathers and husbands as tyrants and victims' to 'the foreign woman in the North African novel'. The writers whose works are analysed include Tawfiq al-Hakim, Jabra Ibrahim Jabra, Adonis, Layla Ba'albakki, Najib Mahfouz, Edwar al-Kharrat, Layla al-'Uthman and Nizar Qabbani. Each of the nineteen contributors to the book is a specialist in his or her field of modern Arabic literature."Article| Roger M. A. Allen, Hilary Kilpatrick, Ed. C. M. de Moor| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Modern Arabic Short Stories
☯ Full Synopsis : "The stories collected here are by leading authors of the short story form in the Middle East today. In addition to works by writers already wellknown in the West, such as Idwar al-Kharrat, Fu'ad al-Takarli and Nobel Prize winner Najib Mahfuz, the collection includes stories by key authors whose fame has hitherto been restricted to the Middle East. This bilingual reader is ideal for students of Arabic as well as lovers of literature who wish to broaden their appreciation of the work of Middle Eastern writers. The collection features stories in the original Arabic, accompanied by an English translation and a brief author biography, as well as a discussion of context and background. Each story is followed by a glossary and discussion of problematic language points. 'Recommended' CHOICE"Article| Ronak Husni, Daniel L. Newman| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Encyclopedia of Arabic Literature
☯ Full Synopsis : "This reference work covers the classical, transitional and modern periods. Editors and contributors cover an international scope of Arabic literature in many countries."Article| Julie Scott Meisami, Paul Starkey| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Essays in Arabic Literary Biography: 1850-1950
☯ Full Synopsis : "The essays, which discuss authors in a variety of literary genres and across the spectrum of the region concerned-from Iraq in the East to Tunisia in the West-provide clear evidence of the gradually changing roles of the indigenous and the imported which are an intrinsic feature of the movement known in Arabic as al-bahada (cultural revival) and the way in which Arab litterateurs chose to respond to the inspiration that such changes inevitably engendered. --"Article| Roger M. A. Allen| Statement ..."