RECENT PUBLICATIONS The editors hope to publish in each number of the Journal a list of books rele- vant to Arabic literature and not more than three years old at the time we go to press. Each entry will include a brief objective description of the contents of the book, but no critical judgment will be expressed, nor does the mention of the book amount to a recommendation. We invite authors, publishers, and interested readers to send either the books they wish to bring to our notice or relevant information about them to Professor P. J. E. Cachia, 605 Kent Hall, Columbia University, New York, N.Y. 10027, U.S.A. 'Adndn Haydar see: Jabra Ibrahim Jabra Adonis see: Mahmud Darwish [Alf layla wa Layla] The Thousand and One Nights from the earliest known sources, ed. Muhsin Mahdi. Leiden, Brill, 1984-87. Issued in: - (A) a popular edition, entirely in Arabic entitled Kittib Alf Layla wa Layla min Usulih al-cArabiyya l-Ulä, 708 pp., containing an introduction describ- ing the MSS (pp. 12-51) and the text. - (B) a scholarly edition in three parts: 1. Arabic text (708 pp.) and xii pp. of English text, 2. Critical apparatus: 308 pp. of Arabic,
Journal of Arabic Literature – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1987
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