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Āb-e hayāt : shaping the canon of Urdu poetry

Author: Muḥammad Ḥusain Āzād; Frances W Pritchett; Shamsurraḥmān Fārūqī
Publisher: New Delhi ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2001.
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Āzād, Muḥammad Ḥusain, approximately 1834-1910.
Āb-e hayāt.
New Delhi ; New York ; Oxford University Press, 2001
(OCoLC)604561367
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Muḥammad Ḥusain Āzād; Frances W Pritchett; Shamsurraḥmān Fārūqī
ISBN: 0195653580 9780195653588
OCLC Number: 47125105
Description: xv, 474 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: 'Everybody Knows This Much ...': Introduction / Frances W. Pritchett --
Constructing a Literary History, a Canon, and a Theory of Poetry: Introduction / Shamsur Rahman Faruqi --
Ab-e Hayat: Biographies of Urdu Poets of Renown, and an Account of the Improvements and Reforms Made in the Urdu Language from Age to Age: Introduction --
The History of the Urdu Language --
When Persian Entered into Braj Bhasha, What Effect It Created, and What Hope There Is for the Future --
The History of Urdu Poetry --
The First Era of Ab-e Hayat, in which Vali and his accomplished contemporaries are seated together in assembly --
The Second Era of Ab-e Hayat: Shah Hatim, Khan-e Arzu, Fughan --
The Third Era of Ab-e Hayat: Mirza Mazhar Jan Janan, Mir Soz, Mir Taqi, Mirza Rafi Sauda, Khavajah Mir Dard --
The Fourth Era of Ab-e Hayat: Mushafi, Sayyid Insha, Jur'at --
The Fifth Era of Ab-e Hayat: Nasikh, Atash, Shah Nasir, Momin, Zauq, Ghalib --
The Conclusion of Ab-e Hayat: The free (azad) servant, Muhammad Husain.
Other Titles: Āb-ī ḥayāt.
Responsibility: Muḥammad Ḥusain Āzād ; translated and edited by Frances Pritchett in association with Shamsur Rahman Faruqi.
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