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The Qur'an and late antiquity A shared heritage

The Qur'an and late antiquity A shared heritage

Author: Angelika Neuwirth; Samuel Wilder
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press 2019. ©2019
Series: Oxford studies in late antiquity
Edition/Format:   eBook : EnglishView all editions and formats

A comprehensive re-examination of the Qur'an's emergence and relationship to the cultural traditions of Late Antiquity.

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Neuwirth, Angelika
The Qur'an and late antiquity.
New York : Oxford University Press, 2019, ©2019
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Angelika Neuwirth; Samuel Wilder
ISBN: 9780199928965 9780190921316 9780190921309 0199928967 0190921315 0190921307
OCLC Number: 1157209356
Description: 1 ressource en ligne (xv, 534 pages)
Contents: I. How the Qur'an Has Been Read So Far: A Sketch of ResearchII. The Qur'an and ScriptureIII. The Qur'an and HistoryIV. Redaction and the History of the TextV. Sura Structures and ChronologyVI. The Liturgical Qur'an: On the Development of Cult at the Time of the PreachingVII. Stages of Communal Formation in the Early Meccan PeriodVIII. Stages of Communal Formation in the Middle and Late Meccan PeriodsIX. Stages of Communal Formation in MedinaX. Qur'an and BibleXI. Biblical- Qur'anic FiguresXII. The Qur'an and PoetryXIII. The Rhetorical Qur'an
Series Title: Oxford studies in late antiquity
Responsibility: Angelika Neuwirth ; translated by Samuel Wilder.


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...a crowning achievement of Angelika Neuwirth's distinguished career...Neuwirth's groundbreaking work aims to bridge the exegetical polarity between East and West and argues for a new approach to Read more...

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