Classical Traditions and Modern Meanings

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Stefan Sperl
BRILL, 1996 - Qasidas - 532 pages
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article de scheindlin " the hebrew qasida in spain
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Contents

The persistence of the qasida form
1
The origins of the qasida form
21
a poem
65
forms themes and contexts
83
The transformation of the qasida form in modern Arabic poetry
99
The Hebrew qasida in Spain
121
the Persian qasida to the end of the twelfth
137
the Persian qasida in post
183
The qasida in Pashto
339
indigenizing the Arabic qasida in Urdu
351
The qasida in Malay
363
On the qasida and cognate poetic forms in the MalayIndonesian
371
the Indonesian
389
The influence of the qasida on the development of Swahili
411
the qasida in Fulfulde and Hausa as pur
429
some
451

the secular qasida in Mughal and British
205
continuity and creativity in
253
the Ottoman kaside
281
the kaside in late Ottoman
301
The Kurdish qasida
327
Epilogue
475
Bibliography
487
Glossary of technical terms
507
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