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Author: Edward G. Browne
ISBN13: 978-0521116787
Title: A Literary History of Persia
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (July 16, 2009)
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A Literary History of Persia by Edward G. Browne



Edward g ~ ~ b r o w n e. Cambridge a t t h e u n I V e r s I t y press. Shah ' a u e ~ ~the s great 1920. A literary history o f persia. 3Lfodern Times ('. 500-1924). The outlines given by Sir Lack of a satisfactory comr,lete John Malcolm and Sir Clements Markham in history of the their histories of Persia are inadequate in scope dynasty. and inaccurate in detail, and are based on very limited materials, and those not by any means the most authentic.

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Personal Name: Browne, Edward Granville, 1862-1926. Publication, Distribution, et. London. T. Fisher Unwin, (c)1902. Physical Description: xiv, 521 . leaf of plates : ill. ;, 23 cm. Series Statement: The Library of literary history. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references. Uniform Title: Library of literary history (London, England). On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book A literary history of Persia from the earliest times until Firdawsí, by Edward G. Browne.

A literary h I s t o r y o f persia. FORmany years I had cherished a desire to write s history of the intellectual and literary achievements of the Persians, somewhat on the lines of that most admirable work, Green's Short History of the EpgZish People, a work which any writer may be proud to adopt as a model, but which few can hope to rival and none to surpass.

A literary history of persia. Pp. 568. Persia with its literature, religious development and civilization is less. known than it deserves to be. Though at present a state tottering under the ag. gressive inroads of Western civilization, it looks back upon a history of which. it surely may be proud, not counting the history of ancient Persia which has. originated after its acceptance of Islam. Volume IV Modern Times (1500-1924). Cambridge At the University Press. p. 373. Áqá Jamál-i-Khwánsárí was the author of the well-known book on the superstitions of Persian women entitled Kitáb-i-Kulthúm Nana.

London, 1928 год. Cambridge University Press. Nearly a hundred years since its publication, E. G. Browne's A Literary History of Persia remains a classic work in English on the subject. Spanning four volumes, it took Browne over 25 years to write and whilst it concentrates on Persian literature, it surveys many aspects of Persian culture from prehistory to the twentieth century. Volume one covers the period from the earliest periods of Persian historyuntil Firdawsi (AD 935-1020) a highly revered poet

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Nearly a hundred years since its publication, E. G. Browne's A Literary History of Persia remains a classic work in English on the subject. Spanning four volumes, it took Browne over 25 years to write and whilst it concentrates on Persian literature, it surveys many aspects of Persian culture from pre-history to the twentieth century. Volume one covers the period from the earliest periods of Persian history until Firdawsi (AD 935-1020) a highly revered poet. Volume two looks at the early medieval period and in particular on the poet Saadi (1184-1283). Volume three focuses on the Tartar Dominion (1265-1502) and volume four 'Modern Times' covers from 1500 to 1924. A remarkable achievement upon first publication, Cambridge University Press is pleased to be able to bring its edition of this seminal work back into print.