This bibliography does not aim at completeness. Its aim is to suggest to the reader further sources of background information, and of more detailed information on the particular topics, authors and genres discussed. Most such works contain bibliographies of their own, which should be consulted for more detailed information. In accordance with the book's target readership, the main emphasis has been on sources in English, but I have included some books in other European languages, and a few in Arabic, where this has seemed necessary or helpful. After the introductory section, the bibliography is broadly arranged by genre (though there are inevitably a few overlaps between the different sections), with a list of selected English translations at the end. The Arabic literary publications referred to in the book have not been listed here, as in most cases this would merely mean duplicating publishing information already available in the book itself.
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Abdel-Malek, Kamal and Wael Hallaq (eds), Tradition, Modernity and Postmodernity in Arabic Literature: Essays in Honor of Professor Issa J. Boullata, Leiden, 2000.
Al-Azmeh, A., Ibn Khaldun: An Essay in Reinterpretation, London, 1982; repr. 1990.
‛Abduh, Ibrāhīm, Ta'rīkh al-Waqā'i‛ al-Miṣriyya, 1828–1942, Cairo, 1942.
Allen, Roger, Modern Arabic Literature, New York, 1987.
Allen, Roger, The Arabic Literary Heritage, Cambridge, 1998.
Allen, R., H. Kilpatrick and E. de Moor (eds), Love and Sexuality in Modern Arabic Literature, London, 1995.
Allen, R. and D. Richards, Arabic Literature: The Post-Classical Period (Cambridge History of Arabic Literature), Cambridge, 2006.
Altoma, J., Modern Arabic Literature: A Bibliography of Articles, Books, Dissertations and Translations in English, Bloomington, 1975.