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"It is impossible to quote this edition with- tion to the small series of Eastern poets out an expression of admiration for the per- accessible to readers who are not Orientalfection to which Arabic typography has been ists. ... In all there is that exquisite finish of brought in England in this magnificent Ori- which Arabic poetry is susceptible in so rare ental work, the production of which redounds a degree. The form is almost always beauto the imperishable credit of the University, tiful, be the thought what it may. But this, of Cambridge. It may be pronounced one of of course, can only be fully appreciated by the most beautiful Oriental books that have Orientalists. And this brings us to the transcver been printed in Europe: and the learning lation. It is excellently well done. Mr of the Editor worthily rivals the technical Palmer has tried to imitate the fall of the get-up of the creations of the soul of one of original in his selection of the English metre the most tasteful poets of Islâm, the study for the various pieces, and thus contrives to of which will contribute not a little to save convey a faint idea of the graceful flow of honour of the poetry of the Arabs," - the Arabic. ..... Altogether the inside of the MYTHOLOGY AMONG THE Hebrews (Engl. book is worthy of the beautiful arabesque Transl.), p. 194.
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THE THEATETUS OF PLATO by the same Author.
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