Arthur John Arberry, as Head of the Department of Classics at Cairo University, acquired a firsthand knowledge of literary and social conditions in the Islamic. Results 1 – 12 of 27 The Doctrine of The Sufis: Kitab al-Ta’arruf li-Madhhab Ahl al-Tasawwuf. Jun 7, by Abu Bakr Al-Kalabadhi and Arthur John Arberry. ARTHUR JOHN ARBERRY. The death of Professor Arthur John Arberry at his home in Cambridge on. 2 October , at the age of 64, after a long-drawn-out.
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J Arberry Book 29 editions published between and in English and Undetermined and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide A collection of biographical essays focusing on six scholars – Simon Ockley, Sir William Jones, E. British Contributions to Persian StudiesLondon, Modern Persian ReaderCambridge, Arberry’s translation has been the finest one available, its magnificently written verse making the Koran accessible to a Western audience.
Topic select a topic The poems expertly translated here show his best features: After graduation, Arberry worked in Cairo as head of the classics department at Cairo University. The Cambridge School of ArabicCambridge, J Arberry Book 40 editions arthr between and in English and Italian and held by 1, WorldCat member libraries worldwide. He specialized in Sufi studies, but is also known for his excellent translation of the Koran.
Shiraz; Persian city of saints and poets by A. Arberry himself recounted in an autobiographical sketch how he had come to lose his Christian faith, despite his family roots as “strict believers of the Christian evangelical school”; however, paradoxically, his faith was restored following his long in-depth studies of the mystics of Islam. Avicenna on Theologyed. The Jojn of the RubaiyatLondon, Muhammad Iqbal, The Tulip of Sinaitr. The Ring of the Dove, by Ibn Hazmtr. arberryy
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Arabic poetry; a primer for students by A. Muhammad Iqbal, Persian PsalmsLahore, The main body of the book is an anthology of Arabic poems in the original, from the sixth century onwards, giving examples of the work of some thirty of the greatest Arab poets.
J Arberry Book editions published between and in 3 languages and held by joyn, WorldCat member libraries worldwide No other book ever written, with the possible exception of the Bible, has so dramatically influenced the course agthur civilization as the Koran. Arthur John Overview. The intention is to present a panorama of Muslim life and thought and achievement as depicted from within.
Arberry, A. J. (Arthur John) 1905-1969
Acquisition Information Purchased with the library of Professor A. With the outbreak of war in he was transferred to the War Office and then to the Ministry of Information in London.
J Arberry Book 50 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide A study of the rebirth of Persian literature from the ninth to fifteenth centuries. Introduction to the History of SufismCalcutta, Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. ArberryBedford, The Koran InterpretedLondon, In he was appointed Professor of Arabic at Cambridge University. Professor Arberry has rendered the Koran into clear and lyrical English while carefully preserving the incomparable artistry of the Arabic original.
After graduation and a study year in Cairo, during which time he also visited Palestine, Lebanon, and Syria, he was appointed head of the classics department at Cairo University inbut returned to London in as assistant librarian at the India Office. As a young man he devoted himself to the study of poetry and theology, and also became learned in mystic philosophy. Revelation and reason in Islam by A. Scope and Content The largest part of the collection is comprised of correspondence, including photocopies, and notes.
A Maltese AnthologyOxford, Most widely held works about A. During the war years, he worked at various posts in London to support the war effort with his linguistic skills.
In he was appointed to the Sir Thomas Adams professorship of Arabic at Cambridge, where he remained until his death on 2 October J Arberry Book 48 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
He attended Portsmouth Grammar School, and entered Pembroke College, Cambridge, inwhere he studied classics and oriental languages. The three faiths predominantly concerned – Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – have retained their separateness and have been in different degrees torn asunder by schisms; but less well known has been the degree of co-operation between the three faiths and their multifarious sects, throughout history.
Biographical notes on the poets are placed at the end of the book.
In this regard, A. During the war he was a Postal Censor in Liverpool [ citation needed ] and was then seconded to the Ministry of InformationLondon which was housed in the newly constructed Senate House of the University of London.
Arberry is also notable for introducing Rumi ‘s works to the west through his selective translations and for translating the important anthology of medieval Andalucian Arabic poetry The Pennants of the Champions and the Standards of the Distinguished.