- Title Pages
1The Cosmopolitan Alexandrian
2Muhammad Mustafa Badawi in Conversation
3Badawi: An Academic With a Vision. A Personal Testimony
4From the Shadow Plays of Ibn Daniyal to the Poetry of Philip Larkin: Mustafa Badawi as Editor and Translator
5Beginning and End: Exploring the Qur͗anic ‘Grand Story’
6Modern Arabic Literature as Seen in the Late Nineteenth Century: Jurji Murqus’s Contribution to Korsh and Kirpichnikov’s Vseobshchaya Istoriya Literatury *
7The ‘Second Journey’ (Al-Rihla al-thaniya) of Muhammad al-Muwaylihi’s Hadith ͑Isa Ibn Hisham Revisited
8Ataturk Becomes ͑Antar: Nationalist-vernacular Politics and Epic Heroism in 1920s Egypt
9Jewish Arabs in the Israeli Asylum: A Literary Reflection 1
10Strange Incidents from History: Youssef Rakha and his Sultan’s Seal
11Towards a Comparative Approach to Arabic Literature
12Does Literature Matter? The Relationship between Literature and Politics in Revolutionary Egypt
- Notes on the Contributors
- Studying Modern Arabic Literature
- Roger Allen, Robin Ostle
- Edinburgh University Press
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