Index
A‛āṣīr maghrib, 66
al-‛Abarāt, 109
Abārīq muhashshama, 84
Abath al-Aqdār, 123
al-ābā' wa-al-banūn, 175
Abāẓa, ‛Azīz, 175
‛Abbās I, Khedive of Egypt, 28, 46
‛Abbās Ḥilmī II, Khedive of Egypt, 109, 169
‛Abbūd, Mārūn, 120
‛Abd al-Ḥakīm, Shawqī, 189
‛Abd al-Ḥamīd ibn Yaḥyā, 8
‛Abd Allāh, Muḥammad ‛Abd al-Ḥalīm, 119
‛Abd Allāh, Yaḥyā al-Ṭāhir, 128
‛Abd al-Nāṣir, Jamāl (Abdel Nasser), 80, 116, 144–5, 182,190
‛Abd al-Qaddūs, Iĥsān, 119, 122
‛Abd al-Raḥmān, Jīlī, 85
‛Abd al-Rāziq, ‛Alī, 109
‛Abd al-Rāziq, Muṣṭafā, 109
‛Abd al-Sattār Effendi, 173–4
‛Abd al-Ṣabūr, Ṣalāḥ, 84–5, 91, 94, 175
‛Abduh, Muḥammad, 29, 48, 108–9
‛ Ābir sabīl, 66
Abī Shaqrā, Shawqī, 90
Abṭāl Manṣūra, 171–2
Abū al-Hawl, 48
Abū al-‛Alā' al-Ma‛arrī see al-Ma‛arrī, Abū al-‛Alā'
Abū al-Ḥasan al-Mughaffal aw Hārūn al-Rashīd, 34, ” 165, 186
Abū Ḥadīd, Muḥammad Farīd, 81, 100, 123
Abū Ḥannā, Ḥannā, 91
Abū al-Ma‛ālī, Maḥmūd Shukrī, 36
Abū Māḍī, īliyā, 62, 69, 81
Abū al-Maĥāmīd, 36
Abū Naḍḍāra see Sanua, James
Abū Naḍḍāra Zarqā', 29, 168
Abū Nuwās, 14, 15, 73
Abū Rābiya, 164
Abū Rīsha, ‛Umar, 72
Abū Salma see al-Karmī, ‛Abd al-Karīm
Abū Shabaka, Ilyās, 69, 72–3, 86
Abū Shādī, Aḥmad Zakī, 67–70, 81
Abū Tammām, 44, 47
Abū Ṭālib, 3
Abū al-Thanā', 36
Abwāb al-madina, 150
Abyaḍ, Jūrj, 119, 166, 169–70, 172, 178, 192, 194, 196–7
Académie Française, 54
Acre, 131
adab, 9–10, 163
adab al-sujūn ('prison literature'), 141
Adab, 88
al-ādāb, 120, 125–6
al-' Adāma, 155
‛Adhrā' al-Hind aw Tamaddun al-Farā‛ina, 100
‛ Adhrā' Dinshawāy, 101
Adīb, 104
Adnan, Etel, 147
al-‛Adnānī, Muḥammad, 57
Adonis, 83
Adūnīs (‛Alī Aḥmad Sa‛īd), 74, 83, 85–91, 93–4
Afā‛ī al-Firdaws, 73
al-Afghānī, Jamāl, 166
al-Aghānī, 48
Aghānī al-Durūb, 92
Aghānī Ifrīqiyā, 85
aghrāḍ, 44
Ahl al-Kahf, 180–1
al-Ahrām, 29, 46, 84, 123
al-Aĥmad, Muḥammad Badawī (Badawī al-Jabal), 55
Aḥmus, 122
Aḥzān Ifrīqiyā, 85
ā'id ilā Ĥayfā, 131
ā'ilat al-dughrī, 187
Ajmalu minki? Lā, 74
al-Ajniĥa al-mutakassira, 106
Akhbār ‛Izbat al-Manīsī, 143
Akhbār al-Yawm, 183
Akhlāq li-l-bay',186
al-Akhraṣ, ‛Abd al-Ghaffār, 36, 49
al-Akhṭal al-ṣaghīr, 56
‛Alā. al-ḍaffa al-ukhrā, 196
al-A ‛lām, 54
al-‛Ālam al-adabī, 122, 133
‛Alam al-Din, 28
‛Ālam bi-lā kharā'it, 133
Alawites, 55
Aleppo, 72
Alexandria, 65, 66, 68, 85, 146, 169–70, 178–80; University of 68
Alf Laylā wa-layla (Thousand and One Nights, Arabian Nights), 1, 17–18, 34, 164–7, 180, 182, 186, 188, 191
Algeria, 37, 57, 122, 133–4, 138, 156–8, 194, 196–7
Algiers, 164
al-Alḥān, 73
‛Alī Aḥmad Sa‛īd see Adūnīs
‛A Bey al-Kabīr, 175
al-āliha al-mamsūkha, 130

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  • The New Edinburgh Islamic Surveys ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Note on Abbreviations vi
  • Preface and Acknowledgements vii
  • Introduction - What is Modern Arabic Literature? ix
  • 1: The Background 1
  • 2: The Revival 23
  • 3: Neo-Classical Poetry 42
  • 4: Romanticism in Arabic Poetry 60
  • 5: Poetry: the Modernists 79
  • 6: Prose Literature: Early Developments 97
  • 7: Prose Literature: the Period of Maturity 115
  • 8: The Sixties Generation and Beyond 139
  • 9: Drama: Early Experiments 163
  • 10: Drama: the Period of Maturity 178
  • 11: Conclusion 199
  • Bibliography 201
  • Index 212
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