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Terri DeYoung

Publications -  6
Citations -  30

Terri DeYoung is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Literary magazine & Literary criticism. The author has an hindex of 3, co-authored 5 publications receiving 29 citations.

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Tradition and Modernity in Arabic Literature

TL;DR: In this paper, Boullata and DeYoung present a chorus on the rapid evolution of modern Arabic artistic achievement and how that art relates to the traditions and histories of both the Arab and Western worlds.

Essays in Arabic literary biography

Abstract: This volume contains biographical studies of thirty-eight Arabic literary figures who lived between 1350 and 1850, a neglected period of Arabic literary history. The essays situate the authors and their writings in local contexts of literary and cultural production, from Morocco to Iran, India and Indonesia, in many cases offering the first comprehensive assessments of their lives and works. What emerges from the collection as a whole is a period characterized by institutional change, competition, conspicuous virtuosity, and diversity – when Christian and Shiite writers also played important role. 438p (Harrassowitz Verlag 2009) hardback, 9783447059336, $117.00. Special Offer $94.00