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Bringing a laugh to a scowling face : a study and critical edition of the "Nuzhat al-nufus wa-mudhik al-'abus" by Ali Ibn Sudun al-Basbugawi /

: xiv, 203, 178 pages : facsims ; 25 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (pages [161]-176) and index. : 9057890135

Arabic literature in the post-classical period /

: ix, 481 pages ; 24 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (pages 419-458) and index. : 0521771609 (hbk.)
9780521771603

Published 1992
Kitāb Ṭayf al-khayāl : thalāth bābāt min khayāl al-ẓill /

: Title on added t.p.: Three shadow plays. : 30, 154 pages ; 22 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (p. [29]-30). : 9780906094419

Shiʿr ʿAbd Allāh Ibn al-Muʿtazz /

: volumes <3, 4> : illustrations ; 25 cm.

Hādhā kitāb Rayḥānat al-alibbā wa-zahrat al-ḥayāt al-dunyā /

: 422, 7 pages ; 20 cm

Hādhā kitāb Ḥalbat al-kumayt fī al-adab wa-al-nawādir al-mutaʻalliqah bi-al-khamrīyāt /

: 2, 340 pages ; 31 cm

Fākihat al-khulafāʼ wa-mufākahat al-ẓurafāʼ /

: 2, 253 pages ; 26 cm

Hādhā kitāb nuzhat al-nufūs wa-muḍḥik al-ʻabūs /

: 66 pages ; 19 cm

Dīwān Abī Isḥāq Ibrāhīm ibn Khafājah al-Andalusī.

: 135 pages ; 24 cm.

Kitab Nuzhat al-nufus wa-mudhik al-abus.

: 66 pages ; 19 cm.

Kitāb jinān al-jinās fī ʻilm al-badīʻ /

: 160 pages ; 21 cm.

Published 1959
Shuʻarāʾ Hajar min al-qarn al-thānī ʻashar ilá al-qarn al-rābiʻ ʻashar /

: Includes selections from the poets' works. : 10, 614 pages ; 25 cm.

Published 1905
Dīwān Ibn Nubātah al-Miṣrī /

: 3, 596 pages ; 24 cm. : https://catalog.lib.uchicago.edu/vufind/Record/3638681/Details#tabnav
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Published 2016
Risible rhymes : or, The book to bring a smile to the lips of devotees of proper taste and style through the decoding of a sampling of the verse of the rural rank and file /

: xiv, 110 pages ; 24 cm. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9781479877928 (cl : alk. paper)

Published 2012
The performing arts in medieval Islam : shadow play and popular poetry in Ibn Daniyal's Mamluk Cairo /

: This is a study of the life and work of Ibn Dāniyāl (d. 1310), a Cairo-based eye doctor, poet, playwright, court jester, and arguably one of the most controversial cultural figures of his time. Drawing on medieval Arabic sources, many still in manuscript and some used for the first time, the author further contextualizes Ibn Dāniyāl's work with respect to poetry production and popular culture in the Islamic Near East in the post-Mongol period. The book also presents the first full English translation of "The Phantom," one of Ibn Dāniyāl's three shadow plays, the only surviving pre-Ottoman Arabic theatrical texts.
: 1 online resource (xiii, 240 pages) : Includes bibliographical references (p. [229]-233) and index. : 9789004218802 : 0929-2403 ; : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 2014
The raven and the falcon : youth versus old age in medieval Arabic literature /

: This book fills a long-standing gap in Arabic-Islamic studies. Following the informative and entertaining style of adab literature and based on a large number of relevant sources from a wide range of genres, Hasan Shuraydi presents a panoramic view of relevant themes that concern youth and old age in Medieval Arabic literature intended for both specialists and non-specialists. A pattern of binary oppositions runs through such themes, e.g., black/white, male/female, husband/wife, sacred/profane, paradise/this world, ignorance/wisdom, past/present, young/old, new/old, health/disease, sappy/dry, permitted/forbidden, lust/chastity, obedience/disobedience, experience/inexperience, folly/reason, sobriety/intoxication, parent/child, celibacy/marriage, present life/hereafter. Themes discussed include: aging, ambition, aphrodisiacs, beauty, education, feminist trends, hair dyeing, homosexuality, honoring age, jihad, life stages, longevity, love, marriage, sex.
: 1 online resource (pages) : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004278950 : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 2018
How do you say "epigram" in Arabic? : literary history at the limits of comparison /

: The qaṣīdah and the qiṭʿah are well known to scholars of classical Arabic literature, but the maqṭūʿ , a form of poetry that emerged in the thirteenth century and soon became ubiquitous, is as obscure today as it was once popular. These poems circulated across the Arabo-Islamic world for some six centuries in speech, letters, inscriptions, and, above all, anthologies. Drawing on more than a hundred unpublished and published works, How Do You Say "Epigram" in Arabic? is the first study of this highly popular and adaptable genre of Arabic poetry. By addressing this lacuna, the book models an alternative comparative literature, one in which the history of Arabic poetry has as much to tell us about epigrams as does Greek.
: 1 online resource (337 pages) : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004350533 : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 2019
Al-Maqrīzī's al-Ḫabar 'an al-bašar.

: In The Arab Thieves , Peter Webb critically explores the classic tales of pre-Islamic Arabian outlaws in Arabic Literature. A group of Arabian camel-rustlers became celebrated figures in Muslim memories of pre-Islam, and much poetry ascribed to them and stories about their escapades grew into an outlaw tradition cited across Arabic literature. The ninth/fifteenth-century Egyptian historian al-Maqrīzī arranged biographies of ten outlaws into a chapter on 'Arab Thieves' in his wide-ranging history of the world before Muhammad. This volume presents the first critical edition of al-Maqrīzī's text with a fully annotated English translation, alongside a detailed study that interrogates the outlaw lore to uncover the ways in which Arabic writers constructed outlaw identities and how al-Maqrīzī used the tales to communicate his vision of pre-Islam. Via an exhaustive survey of early Arabic sources about the outlaws and comparative readings with outlaw traditions in other world literatures, The Arab Thieves reveals how Arabic literature crafted lurid narratives about criminality and employed them to tell ancient Arab history.
: 1 online resource. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004386952 : 2211-6737 ;

Published 1982
Beyond the line : classical Arabic literary critics on the coherence and unity of the poem /

: viii, 229 pages ; 25 cm.
Also issued online. : Includes bibliographical references (pages 209-220) and index. : 9004068546
9789004068544