Works by Bray, Julia, 1950‒  as author | 17
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A Lebanese chapbook of ca. 1900: Romance, folklore and modernity

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2008? Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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ʿAbbasid myth and the human act

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2000 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Arabic literature

The pre-Islamic poet Ask if you are uninformed about my people when the horses return from the inflicting of wounds! We halt in the [most] fearsome spot of every protected grazing-ground and mountain pass and no territory close to us can be ravaged, On prancing mares and noble stallions, lean-bellied, strongly-built, with prominent withers, brisk and energetic. When we halt in the very... more

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2017 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Christian King, Muslim Apostate

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2006 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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The damnation of Ğabala: A ḫabar in Context

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1998? Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Global perspectives on Medieval Arabic literature

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2013? Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Lists and Memory : Ibn Qutayba and Muḥammad b.Ḥabīb

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2003? Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Mutanabbī's Elegy on Sayf al-Dawla's Son

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1994? Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Al-Mu‘taṣim's 'Bridge of Toilʼ and Abū Tammāmʼs Amorium Qaṣīda

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2000? Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1

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The physical world and the writer's eye, al-Tanūkhī and Medicine

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2011? Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Place and self-image: the Buhlūlids and Tanūḫids and their family traditions

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1998 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Practical Mu‛tazilism : the case of al-Tanūkhī

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2004? Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Al-Thaʿalibi's Adab al-muluk

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2012 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1

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Verbs and voices

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2004 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Yaʿqūb b. al-Rabīʿ read by al-Mutanabbī and al-Mubarrad: a contribution to an Abbasid history of emotions

The now little-known early Abbasid poet Yaʿqūb b. al-Rabīʿwas famous for his elegies on his slave woman, Mulk. While scholars such as al-Mubarrad transmitted them, along with a biography patterned on the “sold slave-girl” tale-type, al-Mutanabbī plagiarised them and reversed their message. This yields a corpus which can contribute to an Abbasid history of emotions. Approaches to the history of emo... more

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2017 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1
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Yāqūt's interviewing technique: "sniffy"

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2003 Single work   ➥ Article : Editions | 1

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قصيدة "الربيع" لأبي تمام "رقت حواشي الدهر"

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2002? Single work   ➥ Article : Translations | 1

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