Abbasid Belles Lettres

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Julia Ashtiany, Gerald Rex Smith, T. M. Johnstone, Julia Bray, J. D. Latham, R. B. Serjeant, María Rosa Menocal, University of Cambridge, Raymond P. Scheindlin, Cambridge University Press, Michael Sells
Cambridge University Press, 30 mar 1990 - 517
This volume of The Cambridge History of Arabic Literature covers artistic prose and poetry produced in the heartland and provinces of the 'Abbasid empire during the second great period of Arabic literature, from the mid-eighth to the thirteenth centuries AD.

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a historical introduction
1
Adab and the concept of belleslettres
16
Life
21
Shuūbiyyah in Arabic literature
31
Translations and adaptions of nonArabic works
50
Original works
57
Ibn alMuqaffa and early Abbasid prose
59
AlJāḥiz
78
Wine poetry khamriyyāt
219
Mystical poetry
235
Precursors of the quhdiyyah
265
Bashshār b Burd Abū lAtāhiyah and Abū Nuwās
275
AlMutanabbī
300
Panegyric madīḥ
306
Transmission of Mutanabbis poetry
314
Abū lAlā alMaarri
337

Abū Hayyān alTawḥīdī
112
AlHamadhānī alHarīrī and the maqāmāt genre
125
Fables and legends
136
Abbasid poetry and its antecedents
146
The major poets in the genre
168
Metres and rhyme
174
u Political poetry
185
Love poetry ghazal
202
Ascetic poetry zuhdiyyāt
215
Ibn alMutazz and Kitāb alBadr
388
Egypt
412
Chancery prose
418
Narrative prose from the Tulunids to the Fatimids
424
the Yemen
442
Table of metres
469
Index
494
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