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Book Details

A Dictionary and Glossary of the Koran
With Copious Grammatical References and Explainations of the Text
John Penrice
Bibliography : vi, 166pp., Crown 4vo.
HB ISBN (10) : 8175365013
HB ISBN (13) : 9788175365018

About the Book:

A Competent knowledge of the Koran is indispensable. This is an introduction to the study of Arabic literature. From the purity of its style and elegance of its diction, the standard the standard Arabic owes its divine origin. Thus the Koran imposes its own laws upon the Arabic grammar and it is written without vowel points. As a result, a good deal of difficulty has been experienced in forming rules to meet the various readings that have crept in.<-p>

The book is a compilation with a hope that it may prove useful to the beginner in mastering some of the difficulties. At the same time for the more advanced students this book may not appear to be trivial. The book presents to the reader in a succinct form what which the author has culled from the works of others. For the text of the Koran, the edition chosen is that by Fluegel, printed at Leipzig in 1834. Each word is found under its verbal root.<-p>

Dictionary and Glossary of the Koran, by John Penrice


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