6 edition of From Arab poet to Muslim saint found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 143-155) and index.
|Statement||Th. Emil Homerin.|
|Series||Studies in comparative religion, Studies in comparative religion (Columbia, S.C.)|
|LC Classifications||PJ7755.I18 Z68 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 162 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||162|
|LC Control Number||93037127|
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In "From Arab Poet to Muslim Saint", Homerin explores this uncharted territory by following the fortunes of a single Sufi saint over seven and a half centuries.
Regarded as a saint within a generation of his death, 'Umar Ibn al-Farid () is still venerated at his shrine in Cairo.2/5(1).
From Arab Poet to Muslim Saint book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Through a detailed examination of a renowned Arab mys /5. In From Arab Poet to Muslim Saint, Homerin explores this uncharted territory by following the fortunes of a single Sufi saint over seven and a half centuries.
Regarded as a saint within a generation of his death, 'Umar Ibn al-Farid () is still venerated at his shrine in Cairo/5(11). Buy a cheap copy of From Arab Poet to Muslim Saint: Ibn book by Th. Emil Homerin. Through a detailed examination of a renowned Arab mystical poet, Th. Emil Homerin provides one of the first case studies to illustrate an obscure aspect of popular Free shipping over $ Full text of "From Arab poet to Muslim saint - Ibn Al Farid, his verse and his shrine" See other formats.
A seventeenth-century illustration for Rumi’s epic poem “Masnavi.” Rumi is often called a mystic, a saint, an enlightened man. He is less frequently described as a Muslim. One of EW’s most anticipated YA novels ofSaints and Misfits centers on Janna, an Arab Indian-American, teenager who wears a hijab, as she contemplates calling out a member of the Muslim Author: Nivea Serrao.
From Arab Poet to Muslim Saint: Ibn al-Fāriḍ, His Verse, and His Shrine Th. Emil Homerin Cairo American University in Cairo Press PB£ 9–Author: Kenneth L. Honerkamp. From Arab Poet to Muslim Saint: Ibn Al-Farid, His Verse, and His Shrine The Wine of Love and Life: Ibn Al-Farid's Al-Khamriyah and Al-Qaysari's Quest for Meaning Please support the Poetry Chaikhana, as well as the authors and publishers of sacred poetry, by purchasing some of the recommended books through the links on this site.
His dozen books of translation to Arabic include the poetry of Saint-John Perse and Yves Bonnefoy, and the first complete Arabic translation of Ovid's "Metamorphoses" (). His multi-volume anthology of Arabic poetry ("Dīwān ash-shi'r al-'arabī"), covering almost two millennia of verse, has been in print since its publication in Nationality: Syrian.
Arabic poetry (Arabic: الشعر العربي ash-shi‘ru al-‘Arabīyyu) is the earliest form of Arabic literature. Present knowledge of poetry in Arabic dates from the 6th century, but oral poetry is believed to predate that. Arabic poetry is categorized into two main types, rhymed or.
Thomas Emil Homerin, From Arab Poet to Muslim Saint: Ibn al-Farid, His Verse and His Shrine (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, ).
this second edition of From Arab Poet to Muslim Saint. Originally published inthe first edition has been sold out for several years, and so a new edition will continue to address those interested in Ibn al-Farid and the larger issues of Islamic mysticism and Muslim saints in Egypt.
I have taken this opportunity to add a list of addenda and. From Arab Poet to Muslim Saint: Ibn al-Fārid, His Verse, and His Shrine.
2nd ed. with a new introduction: American University in Cairo Press, 1st ed., University of South Carolina Press, Articles “Ibn Abī Ḥağalah and Sufism.” In The Sultan’s Anthologist: Ibn Abī Ḥağalah and HisWork. Print book: English: [New all editions and From Arab poet to Muslim saint book Summary: Through a detailed examination of Ibn al-Farid, a renowned Arab mystical poet, this book provides a case study that illustrates an obscure aspect of popular Islamic faith - the sanctification of saints and the creation of shrines in medieval times.
Print book: English: [Pbk. ed., 2nd ed.]View all editions and formats Summary: Through a detailed examination of Ibn al-Farid, a renowned Arab mystical poet, this book provides a case study that illustrates an obscure aspect of popular Islamic faith - the sanctification of saints and the creation of shrines in medieval times.
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Columbia, S.C.: University of. Fouad Mohammad Fouad. Are You the One. أنْتَ مِنْهُم ؟. Al-Saddiq Al-Raddi. At a Poetry Festival. في مهرجانٍ شعريّ At the Door of a Lonely Heart. على بابِ قلبٍ وحيد. Abboud al Jabiri. البالونة. Mostafa Ibrahim. Showing 1 to 12 of 75 poems.
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He has received numerous awards for his work, including prizes from the Times Literary Supplement and the Modern Language Association, and a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship.
Winner of the PEN-America Translation Award, he lives in Jerusalem, where he coedits Ibis Editions.