Includes bibliographical references (p. 260-271) and indexes.
|Statement||James E. Montgomery.|
|Series||Gibb literary studies -- no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 296 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||296|
The vagaries of the Qaṣīdah: the tradition and practice of early Arabic poetry. The Vagaries of the Qasida: The Tradition and Practice of Early Arabic Poetry. Cambridge, UK: Gibbs Memorial Trust, EBSCO eBook Collection. My institution must only subscribe to the bear minimum level of the EBSCO eBook collection because I can never get anything I need that shows up as a potential source for my research. I appreciate it. James E Montgomery (b , UK) is Sir Thomas Adams’s Professor of Arabic and fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge. He is also an executive editor of the Library of Arabic Literature. His many academic publications include The Vagaries of the Qaṣīdah. Portico provides a free holdings comparison service to compare a library’s journal or book holdings to the Portico archive. Search titles and ISSNs by keyword: Show: The Vagaries of the Qaṣīdah: Montgomery, J. E. Vagaries of Value: Author/Editor: Rescher, Nicholas. Vagheit im Recht: Author/Editor: Gruschke, Daniel. The Vagina: A.
Blant dei mange akademiske publikasjonane hans er The Vagaries of the Qaṣīdah. The Tradition and Practice of pre-Islamic Poetry (), som han blei tildelt the British-Kuwait Friendship Society prize for, Al-Jāḥiẓ: In Praise of Books () og Ibn Faḍlān, Mission to the Volga (). James E. Montgomery is the Sir Thomas Adams’s Professor of Arabic and Fellow of Trinity Hall at the University of Cambridge. He is author of The Vagaries of the Qaṣīdah: On the Tradition and Practice of Early Arabic Poetry (). Cover image: Amr bin Bahr al-Gahiz. The Book of Animals (Kitab al Hayawan). The Vagaries of the Qaṣīdah: the Tradition and the Practice of Early Arabic Poetry,. t.t: the E.J.W. Gibb Memorial Trust. Nashr, Sayyid Husain. “Hubungan antara Filsafat dan Tasawuf, Kasus kultur Persia”, dalam al-Hikmah. Al-Jāḥiẓ: In Praise of Books Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press () The Vagaries of the Qaṣīdah. On the Tradition and Practice of Early Arabic Poetry Warminster: Aris & Phillips ().
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