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Studying Modern Arabic LiteratureMustafa Badawi, Scholar and Critic$
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Roger Allen and Robin Ostle

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780748696628

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: September 2017

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9780748696628.001.0001

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The ‘Second Journey’ (Al-Rihla al-thaniya) of Muhammad al-Muwaylihi’s Hadith ͑Isa Ibn Hisham Revisited

The ‘Second Journey’ (Al-Rihla al-thaniya) of Muhammad al-Muwaylihi’s Hadith ͑Isa Ibn Hisham Revisited

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(p.102) 7 The ‘Second Journey’ (Al-Rihla al-thaniya) of Muhammad al-Muwaylihi’s Hadith ͑Isa Ibn Hisham Revisited
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Studying Modern Arabic Literature
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Roger Allen

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Edinburgh University Press
DOI:10.3366/edinburgh/9780748696628.003.0008

In this chapter, the author discusses the second part of Muhammad al-Muwaylihi's Hadith ʻIsa Ibn Hisham, the ‘second journey’ (Al-Rihla al-thaniya). The author published his Oxford DPhil thesis of 1968, a translation and commentary on Hadith ʻIsa Ibn Hisham, in book form upon the suggestion of Mustafa Badawi. It appeared in 1992 as A Period of Time (Fatra min al-zaman). Later in the 1990s another Egyptian scholar, Gaber Asfour, requested the author to prepare for publication the complete works of Muhammad al-Muwaylihis and his father Ibrahim. These also appeared in Cairo in 2002 and 2007 respectively. The author first provides a background on al-Muwaylihi's ‘first journey’ in Hadith ʻIsa Ibn Hisham before turning to Al-Rihla al-thaniya, al-Muwaylihi's account of his visit to Paris.

Keywords:   translation, Muhammad al-Muwaylihi, Hadith ʻIsa Ibn Hisham, second journey, Al-Rihla al-thaniya, Mustafa Badawi, A Period of Time, first journey, Paris, Fatra min al-zaman

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