RECENT PUBLICATIONS � Abd ar-R � ziq Ab � Zayd Z � yid � Ilm al-Bad �� : nash¸atuh wa tatawwuruh min Ibn al-Mu � tazz hatt � Us � mah b. Munqidh. Cairo, Anglo-Egyptian, 1977. 442 pp. A strictly chronological study � Abd as-Sal � m � Abd al-Haf � z Man � hij at-Bahth al-Bal � gh � f � d-Dir � s � t al- � Arabiyyah. Cairo, D � r al-Fikr al- � Arab � , 1978. 272 pp. Studies the unsystematic beginnings of Arabic Rhetoric, then its development in grammatical, Qur¸anic, and critical works down to the fifth Islamic century. Abu Haidar, Farida A Study of the Spoken Arabic of Baskinta. Leiden and London; published by Brill for the Royal Asiatic Society, 1979. ix, 190 pp. Contains five pages of folk poetry, with translations. Ahmad � Itm � n see: Hakim, Tawfiq al- � Arudak � , Badr ad-D � n see: T � h � Husayn Asfor, G. see: Mikhail, Mona Etmane, Ahmed see: Hakim, Tawfiq al- Fatma Moussa-Mahmoud see: Najib Mahf � z Fu¸ � d Q ��� d Al-Maw � w � l. Cairo, D � r al-Fikr al-Mu ��
Journal of Arabic Literature – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1981
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