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The Arabic linguistic tradition. (reprint, 1990).

158901085X

The Arabic linguistic tradition. (reprint, 1990)

Bohas, Georges.

Georgetown U. Press

2006

163 pages

$29.95

Paperback

Georgetown classics in Arabic language and linguistics

P81

One of the first books to cover the whole range of language in Arab culture, this text by Bohas, Guillaume, and Kouloughli provides an historical linguistic survey of the language from Classical to Modern Standard Arabic. Coverage includes grammatical theory and the context of the language as it is used in religion, literature, law, and other disciplines. This paperback reprint of the 1990 classic is designed for graduate students and scholars of Arabic linguistics and historical linguists.

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