This nine volume set provides an overview of many aspects of Middle Eastern language and literature. These books range from discussions of the Arabic language and its publications, to translations of some of the region’s most important early works, to a survey of folk tales and modern literature.
Table of Contents
1. Arab Periodicals and Serials Mohammed M. Aman 2. The Arabic Language Today A.F.L. Beeston 3. The Arabic Linguistic Tradition Georges Bohas, Jean-Patrick Guillaume and Djamel Eddine Kouloughli 4. Arabic Military Dictionary: English-Arabic, Arabic-English Edited by Ernest Kay 5. Ardā Wirāz Nāmag : the Iranian 'Divina Commedia' Translated and edited by Fereydun Vahman 6. A Dictionary of Arabic and Islamic Proverbs Paul Lunde and Justin Wintle 7. Ibn al-Haytham's 'On the Configuration of the World' Translated and edited by Y. Tzvi Langermann 8. Iranian Folk Narrative: A Survey of Scholarship Juliet Radhayrapetian 9. Modern Literature in the Near and Middle East, 1850-1970 Edited by Robin Ostle
Multivolume collection by leading authors in the field.