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Israel Oriental Studies, Volume 19

Compilation and Creation in Adab and Luga: Studies in Memory of Naphtali Kinberg (1948-1997)

Edited by Albert Arazi, Joseph Sadan, and David J. Wasserstein

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Israel Oriental Studies

Israel Oriental Studies, Volume 19

Compilation and Creation in Adab and Luga: Studies in Memory of Naphtali Kinberg (1948-1997)

Edited by Albert Arazi, Joseph Sadan, and David J. Wasserstein

Selected contents of this volume (1999), collected in memory of Naphtali Kinberg: Rachel Milstein, “The Evolution of a Visual Motif: The Temple and the Ka’ba”; Gabriel M. Rosenbaum, “A Certain Laugh: Serious Humor and Creativity in the Adab of Ibn al-Gawzi”; Aryeh Levin, “Sibawayhi’s Attitude to the Language of the Quran”; Kees Versteegh, “Loanwords from Arabic and the Merger of d/d”; Toufic Fahd, “Adab: Poesie, Prose, Proverbes”; Richard C. Steiner, “Philology as the Handmaiden of Philosophy in R. Saadia Gaon’s Interpretation of Genesis 1:1”; Dominique et Marie-Therese Urvoy, “Un aspect particulier de relation entre adab et falsafa”; Joseph Sadan, “Arabic Tom ’n Jerry Compositions: A Popular Composition on a War between Cats and Mice and a Maqama on Negotiations and Concluding Peace between a Cat and a Mouse”; Ulrich Marzolph, “Adab in Transition: Creative Compilation in Nineteenth-Century Print Tradition”; David Wasserstein, “A West-East Puzzle: On the History of the Proverb ’Speech in Silver, Silence in Golden.”

 

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Selected contents of this volume (1999), collected in memory of Naphtali Kinberg: Rachel Milstein, “The Evolution of a Visual Motif: The Temple and the Ka’ba”; Gabriel M. Rosenbaum, “A Certain Laugh: Serious Humor and Creativity in the Adab of Ibn al-Gawzi”; Aryeh Levin, “Sibawayhi’s Attitude to the Language of the Quran”; Kees Versteegh, “Loanwords from Arabic and the Merger of d/d”; Toufic Fahd, “Adab: Poesie, Prose, Proverbes”; Richard C. Steiner, “Philology as the Handmaiden of Philosophy in R. Saadia Gaon’s Interpretation of Genesis 1:1”; Dominique et Marie-Therese Urvoy, “Un aspect particulier de relation entre adab et falsafa”; Joseph Sadan, “Arabic Tom ’n Jerry Compositions: A Popular Composition on a War between Cats and Mice and a Maqama on Negotiations and Concluding Peace between a Cat and a Mouse”; Ulrich Marzolph, “Adab in Transition: Creative Compilation in Nineteenth-Century Print Tradition”; David Wasserstein, “A West-East Puzzle: On the History of the Proverb ’Speech in Silver, Silence in Golden.”

Israel Oriental Studies has ceased publication with volume 20.

Mohammed Arkoun, ‘Peut-on parler de l’humanisme en contexte islamique?’

Rachel Milstein, ‘The Evolution of a Visual Motif: The Temple and the Kaba’

Claude Gilliot, ‘De l’impossible censure du recit legendaire: Adab et tafsir: deux voies pour edif

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