|Author:||Al Hariri,Charles F. Horne|
|Title:||The Assemblies Of Al Hariri: The Most Renowned Piece Of Pure Literature In Arabic|
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|Publisher:||Kessinger Publishing, LLC (December 8, 2005)|
Home All Categories The Assemblies of Al Hariri : The Most Renowned Piece of Pure Literature in Arabic. ISBN13: 9781162898841. The Assemblies of Al Hariri : The Most Renowned Piece of Pure Literature in Arabic. THIS 62 PAGE ARTICLE WAS EXTRACTED FROM THE BOOK: Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East: Medieval Arabic, Moorish, and Turkish, by Charles F. Horne.
145 The Most Renowned Piece of Pure Literature in Arabic. This striking book our volume gives in full. These half-philosophical, half-fanatical discussions would have seemed irreligious to the earliest Mohammedan age. The Koran had been originally accepted as perfect, and therefore as completely clear. Among the Arabic writers of Spain the most noted is the scientist and philosopher, Averroes (1126-1198). To Mohammedans he is the religious thinker, who strove to harmonize their faith with the advancing science of a later day, and who opposed his practical, rational spirit to the mysticism of Al Ghazali.
He is known for his Maqamat al-Hariri, a collection of some 50 stories.
The Assemblies of al-Hariri recounts in the words of the narrator, al-Harith ibn Hammam and al-Hariri's several encounters with artist Abu Zayd al-Saruji. asp (contains maqāmāt 1-12). The Assemblies of Al-Hariri: Fifty Encounters with the Shaykh Abu Zayd of Serju (London: Octagon, 1980).
Please support our book restoration project by becoming a Forgotten Books member. To read this book online, your options ar. oin Forgotten Books. Some pages are restricted. Please support our book restoration project by becoming a Forgotten Books member. Catalogue of the Arabic Manuscripts in the Bhr Libraryby Hidāyat Husain. The Assemblies of Al HarîriTranslated From the Arabic, With Notes, Historical and Grammaticalby F. Steingass. Vol. 2. Mohammed and s Delivered at the Royal Institution of Great Britain in February and March, 1874by R. Bosworth Smith. Supplemental Nights to the Book of the Thousand Nights and a NightWith Notes Anthropological and Explanatoryby Richard Francis Burton.
The Assemblies Of Al Hariri. The Assemblies Of Al Hariri. Publication date 1898.
Other articles where The Assemblies of al-Ḥarīrī is discussed: al-Ḥarīrī. aqāmāt, published in English as The Assemblies of al-Harîrî (1867, 1898). Sermon being preached from a minbar, miniature from the Maqāmāt of al-Ḥarīrī, 1223; in the National Library, Paris (MS Arabe 6094, fol. 93). Courtesy of the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris. Learn about this topic in these articles: Assorted References. discussed in biography. Maqāmāt, published in English as The Assemblies of al-Harîrî (1867, 1898). example of maqāmah genre. al-Ḥarīrī of Basra (Iraq), whose Maqāmāt, closely imitating al-Hamadhānī’s, is regarded as a masterpiece of literary style and learning. place in Islamic literature.
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Al-Hariri, who gets his name from the fact that he was a wealthy trader in silk (harir), was an exceptionally ugly man. When his visitors were taken aback by his look, he would tell them: "I am a man to be heard, not seen". The Assemblies were written to be read aloud. And added to and expanded so the readers could make the stories their own. Which is precisely what my grandfather did. Both men made me what I am today.
The Maqāmāt of al-Ḥarīrī Few works of Arabic literature occupy such an important place as the Maqāmāt by Abū Muḥammad al-Qāsim al-Ḥarīrī (1054-1122). Indeed, in his translation of the Maqāmāt, Chenery (1867) notes that al-Ḥarīrī‟s work is esteemed, next to the Koran, as the chief treasure of the Arabic tongue.