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Literary Theory: A Complete Introduction (Complete Introductions)

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Literary Theory: A Complete Introduction (Complete Introductions)

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کد آمازون 0198701640
رتبه کتاب 2387385
توضیحات We are used to understanding the Qur'an as the "Islamic text" par excellence, an assumption which, when viewed historically, is not evident at all. More than twenty years before it rose to the rank of Islamic Scripture, the Qur'an was an oral proclamation addressed by the Prophet Muhammad to pre-Islamic listeners, for the Muslim community had not yet been formed. We might best describe these listeners as individuals educated in late antique culture, be they Arab pagans familiar with the monotheistic religions of Judaism and Christianity or syncretists of these religions, or learned Jews and Christians whose presence is reflected in the Medinan suras. The interactive communication process between Muhammad and these groups brought about an epistemic turn in Arab Late Antiquity: with the Qur'anic discovery of writing as the ultimate authority, the nascent community attained a new "textual coherence" where Scripture, with its valorisation of history and memory, was recognised as a guiding concept. It is within this new biblically imprinted world view that central principles and values of the pagan Arab milieu were debated. This process resulted in a twin achievement: the genesis of a new scripture and the emergence of a community. Two great traditions, then, the Biblical, transmitted by both Jews and Christians, and the local Arabic, represented in Ancient Arabic poetry, appear to have established the field of tension from which the Qur'an evolved; it is both Scripture and Poetry which have produced and shaped the new Muslim community.
نویسنده Angelika Neuwirth
جلد Hardcover
EAN 9780198701644
Edition 1
ISBN 0198701640
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ابعاد 640x170
برچسب OUP in association with the Institute of Ismaili Studies
زبان English
سازنده OUP in association with the Institute of Ismaili Studies
تعداد آیتم 1
تعداد صفحه 704
ابعاد بسته 165x630
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محصول Book
نوع محصول ABIS_BOOK
تاریخ انتشار 2015-01-06
ناشر OUP in association with the Institute of Ismaili Studies
استدیو OUP in association with the Institute of Ismaili Studies
عنوان Scripture, Poetry, and the Making of a Community (Qur'anic Studies Series)
عنوان Scripture, Poetry, and the Making of a Community
زیر عنوان Reading the Qur'an as a Literary Text
نویسنده Angelika Neuwirth
ناشر OUP Oxford
تاریخ انتشار 2013-12
توضیحات In this book, the Qur'an is portrayed in its first and original manifestation, i.e., as the proclamation of the Prophet Muhammad addressed to his listeners. Angelika Neuwirth shows how the proclamation of the Qur'an and its debate of both the Biblical and the pagan poetic traditions gradually induced the emergence of a new religious community.
تعداد صفحه 704
نوع چاپ BOOK
دسته بندی Religion
رتبه بندی سنی NOT_MATURE
زبان en
لینک کتاب https://books.google.com/books/about/Scripture_Poetry_and_the_Making_of_a_Com.html?hl=&id=bjxynQEACAAJ
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کد کشور
سال انتشار 2015
ماه انتشار 1
روز انتشار 6
ناشر OUP in Association with the Institute of Ismaili Studies
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میانگین امتیاز 5.00
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