Arabic Culture Through Its Language and Literature
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Abu al-Aswad Africa Ahmad al-Mutanabbi Aladdin alveolar amongst analysis Arab and Muslim Arab countries Arabic dialects Arabic grammar Arabic language Arabic Linguistics Arabic literature Arabic phonetics Arabic poetry Arabic script Arabic sounds Arabic speaking Arabic words Arberry assimilation Baghdad Beirut Cairo Caliph century A.D. China Classical Arabic colloquial consonants culture Diglossia diss e.g. English early Arab East Eastern Arabian dialects Egypt expressions French Gibb gunnah Ibn Khallikan influence Introduction and Biblio Islamic lamp letters literary criticism lived London Maghrib magician mahmus majhur Mandinka means Meccan dialect Modern Arabic Modern Standard Arabic Muhammad Muslim nasal Nicholson 1977 non-Arabic Oxford palate Persian phonetic phoneticians poem poets point of articulation pre-Islamic proverbs Qur'an REFERENCES Bakalla Riyadh scholars Semitic languages Sibawaihi speakers speech spoken subdialects tion translated Umayyad University Press uvular variety of Arabic verbs vocabulary voiced voiceless vowels writing