Humor in early Islam

Humor in Early Islam , first published in 1956, is a pioneering study by the versatile and prolific scholar Franz Rosenthal (1914-2003), who (having published an article on mediaeval Arabic blurbs), should have written this text himself. It contains an annotated translation of an Arabic text on a fi...

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Main Author: Rosenthal, Franz, 1914-2003.

Other Authors: Gelder, G. J. H. van.

Format: eBook

Language: English

Published: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2011.

Series: Brill Classics in Islam 6.
Middle East and Islamic Studies E-Books Online, Collection 2011, ISBN: 9789004223066.


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Call Number: PN6154.3 .R6 2011

Table of Contents:
  • Preliminary Material /
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  • Introduction /
  • Geert Jan Van Gelder
  • I. Materials For The Study Of Muslim Humor /
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  • II. The Historical Personality Of Ashab /
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  • III. The Ashab Legend /
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  • IV. Conclusion /
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  • V. Translation Of Texts /
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  • Appendix: On Laughter /
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  • Bibliography /
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  • Index Of Selected Rare Or Explained Arabic Words /
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  • Index Of Proper Names /
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