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Telling the Story of Literature from Inside Out: Methods and Tools for Non-European Poetics

Telling the Story of Literature from Inside Out: Methods and Tools for Non-European Poetics • • 1 70 Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East 38:1 2018 Ludescher, Tanyss. “The Islamic Roots of the Poetic Syllo- lectic mires us in Eurocentrism. Yet, if we reject the gism.” College Literature 23, no. 1 (1996): 93 – 99. tools available to us and refuse to engage with the Margoliouth, D. S. The Table- Talk of a Mesopotamian Judge. discourses in widest currency within our immedi- London: Royal Asiatic Society, 1922. ate academic spheres, the results we obtain will communicate nothing to the broader world. al- Marzuqi, Abu ‘Ali al- Isfahani, and Habib b. Aws al- Ta’i Abu Tammam. Sharh Diwan al- Hamasah. Edited Such is the dilemma faced by a work such by Ahmad Amin and ‘Abd al- Salam Muhammad as Yigal Bronner, David Dean Shulman, and Gary Harun. 2 vols. Beirut: Dar al- Jil, 1991. A. Tubb’s Innovations and Turning Points: Toward a Miner, Earl Roy. “An Allegory on the Banks of the Nile History of Kāvya Literature. It offers a preliminary and Other Hazards of Intercultural Literary Com- history of kavya, the Sanskrit term for literary com- parison.” College Literature 23, no. 1 (1996): 81 – 92. position that encompasses http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East Duke University Press

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• • 1 70 Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East 38:1 2018 Ludescher, Tanyss. “The Islamic Roots of the Poetic Syllo- lectic mires us in Eurocentrism. Yet, if we reject the gism.” College Literature 23, no. 1 (1996): 93 – 99. tools available to us and refuse to engage with the Margoliouth, D. S. The Table- Talk of a Mesopotamian Judge. discourses in widest currency within our immedi- London: Royal Asiatic Society, 1922. ate academic spheres, the results we obtain will communicate nothing to the broader world. al- Marzuqi, Abu ‘Ali al- Isfahani, and Habib b. Aws al- Ta’i Abu Tammam. Sharh Diwan al- Hamasah. Edited Such is the dilemma faced by a work such by Ahmad Amin and ‘Abd al- Salam Muhammad as Yigal Bronner, David Dean Shulman, and Gary Harun. 2 vols. Beirut: Dar al- Jil, 1991. A. Tubb’s Innovations and Turning Points: Toward a Miner, Earl Roy. “An Allegory on the Banks of the Nile History of Kāvya Literature. It offers a preliminary and Other Hazards of Intercultural Literary Com- history of kavya, the Sanskrit term for literary com- parison.” College Literature 23, no. 1 (1996): 81 – 92. position that encompasses

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Published: May 1, 2018

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