An Introduction to the History of Modern Arabic Literature in Egypt: By J. Brugman

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BRILL, 1984 - Literary Criticism - 439 pages
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Contents

Neoclassicists
26
The rise of modern prose
63
The Dlwan School
94
The early development of the novel and the short story
205
The modern novel
232
alMadrasah alhadlthah
249
Further developments of the novel
269
Early literary criticism
321
The French inspiration
354
Ahmad Payf
355
Muhammad Husayn Haykal
357
Taha Husayn
360
Ahmad alShayib
377
Further developments
380
Ahmad alZayyat
382
Ahmad Amin
387

Husayn alMarsaff
324
The beginnings of literary history
327
Literary theory
330
The prefaces
332
Practical criticism
334
Literary criticism in the twentieth century
338
The criticism of the Diwan School
344
Salamah Musa
393
Muhammad Mandur
402
General Bibliography
411
Works in European languages
421
Bibliographies
425
Index
427
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