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The literature of Al-Andalus

Author: María Rosa Menocal; Raymond P Scheindlin; Micheal Sells
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012.
Series: Cambridge Histories Online., Literary Studies.
Edition/Format:   Computer file : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats

This volume explores the culture of Iberia from the eighth to the thirteenth century and beyond, following the Christian conquest. While the focus is on literature, the study extends to related  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: María Rosa Menocal; Raymond P Scheindlin; Micheal Sells
ISBN: 9781139177870 1139177877
OCLC Number: 819159086
Notes: Notice rédigée d'après la consultation, 2021-02-17.
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La pagination de l'édition imprimée correspondante est de : IX-507 p.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: List of illustrations; Notes on transliteration; 1. Visions of al-Andalus Maria Rosa Menocal; Madinat al-Zahra' and the Umayyad palace D. F. Ruggles; Part I. The Shapes of Culture: 2. Language Consuelo Lopez-Morillas; 3. Music Dwight Reynolds; 4. Spaces Jerrilynn D. Dodds; 5. Knowledge Peter Heath; 6. Love Michael Sells; The Great Mosque of Cordoba D. F. Ruggles; Part II. The Shapes of Literature: 7. The muwashshah Tova Rosen; 8. The maqama Rina Drory; 9. The qasida Beatrice Gruendler; The Aljaferia in Saragossa and Taifa spaces Cynthia Robinson; Part III. Andalusians: 10. Ibn Hazm Eric Ormsby; 11. Moses Ibn Ezra Raymond P. Scheindlin; 12. Judah Halevi Ross Brann; 13. Petrus Alfonsi Lourdes Maria Alvarez; 14. Ibn Quzman Amila Buturovic; 15. Ibn Zaydun Devin J. Stewart; 16. Ibn Tufayl Lenn Goodman; 17. Ibn 'Arabi Alexander Knysh; 18. Ramon Llull Gregory B. Stone; 19. Ibn al-Khatib Alexander Knysh; The dual heritage in Sicilian monuments D. F. Ruggles; Part IV. To Sicily: 20. Poetries of the Norman courts Karla Mallette; 21. Ibn Hamdis and the poetry of nostalgia William Granara; 22. Michael Scot and the translators Thomas E. Burman; Mudejar Teruel and Spanish identity D. F. Ruggles; Part V. Marriages and Exiles: 23. The Mozarabs H. D. Miller and Hanna E. Kassis; 24. The Arabized Jews Ross Brann; 25. The Sephardim Samuel G. Armistead; 26. The Moriscos Luce Lopez-Baralt; Part VI. To al-Andalus, Would She Return the Greeting: The Nuniyya (poem in N) of Ibn Zaydun; Index.
Series Title: Cambridge Histories Online., Literary Studies.
Responsibility: edited by Maria Rosa Menocal,..., Raymond P. Scheindlin,..., and Michael Sells,....


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'This volume introduces a new concept of literary history, a regional rather than a linguistic one: it deals not only with the Arabic literature of al-Andalus, but also with the Hebrew, Latin and Read more...

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