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"The Routledge Encyclopedia of Arabic Literature" is an authoritative reference resource, bringing together entries on key authors, works, genres, terms, concepts and issues in Arabic literature. Covering material from the classical period through the transitional to the modern, this new paperback edition is now available for the first time in one volume. This volume: combines both classical and modern Arabic literature in one work. It includes diacritics. It offers a broad geographical scope, including Africa, Arabia, Egypt, Persia, Spain and Turkey. It contains chronological tables of the dynasties. "The Routledge Encyclopedia of Arabic Literature" contains over 1300 entries by world-renowned experts that combine current research with historical survey. Alphabetically organized and fully indexed, this volume offers useful suggestions for further reading after each entry and a glossary of key terms.
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