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565 Bibliography is is a comprehensive bibliography of the sources used for the articles in this volume. Authors have oſten used different editions of the same primary source; these are listed in the same entry, separated by a semicolon. When different editions have the same title, this title has not been repeated in the entry. Variant titles are listed aſter the semicolon. Each edition or translation is followed by the initials of the author who has used it, in square brackets, as follows: Chapter 1: Nuha Alshaar [Intro]; Chapter 2: Angelika Neuwirth [AN]; Chapter 3: Ghassan el Masri [GM]; Chapter 4: Beatrice Gruendler [BG]; Chapter 5: Geert Jan van Gelder [GG]; Chapter 6: Bilal Orfali and Maurice Pomerantz [BO/MP]; Chapter 7: Andrew Rippin [AR]; Chapter 8: Devin Stewart [DS]; Chapter 9: Sarah R. bin Tyeer [ST]; Chapter 10: Tahera Qutbuddin [TQ]; Chapter 11: Wadād al-Qāī [WQ]; Chapter 12: Nuha Alshaar [NA]; Chapter 13: Louise Marlow [LM]; Chapter 14: Wen-chin Ouyang [WO]; Chapter 15: Nada Saab [NS]; Chapter 16: Denis McAuley [DM]; Chapter 17: Steffen Stelzer [SS]. Primary Sources Abd al-amīd b. Yayā al-Kātib. Abd al-amīd b. Yayā al-Kātib wa-mā tabaqqā min rasāilihi wa rasāīl Sālim Abī’l-Alā, ed. Isān Abbās. Amman, Dār al-Shurūq, 1988. [WQ] Abū’l-Atāhiya, Abū Isāq Ismāīl b. al-Qāsim. Dīwān, ed. Karam al-Bustānī, 2nd rev. edn [with numbered poems and verses and rhyme index]. Beirut, Dār ādir, 1424/2003. [BG] Abū Tammām abīb b. Aws al-āī. Dīwān Abī Tammām, ed. Muammad Abduh Azzām, 4 vols. Cairo, Dār al-Maārif, 1976. [GG] [BG] Abū Ubayd al-Qāsim b. Sallām al-Khuzāī. al-Khuab wa’l-mawāi. MS Vollers 158, Refaiya Library Collection, Leipzig University Library. http://www. refaiya.uni-leipzig.de/receive/RefaiyaBook_islamhs_00002795. [AR] ——. al-Khuab wa’l-mawāi, ed. Ramaān Abd al-Tawwāb. Cairo, Maktabat al-aqāfa al-Dīniyya, 1986. [AR] ——. Kitāb al-Ajnās min kalām al-arab, ed. Imtiyāz Alī. Beirut, Dār al-Rāid al-Arabī, 1983 (reprint). [AR] ——. Kitāb Faāil al-Qurān, ed. Marwān Aiyya, Musin Kharāba and Wafā Taqī al-Dīn. Damascus, Dār Ibn Kathīr, 1995. [AR] Abū Ubayda Mamar b. al-Muthannā. Majāz al-Qurān, ed. Muammad Fuād Sazgīn (Fuat Sezgin), 2 vols. Cairo, Maktabat al-Khānjī, 1954–62. [GG] [Intro]; n.d. [GM] al-Adhanī, Sulaymān Efendī. al-Bākūra al-sulaymāniyya fī kashf al-diyāna al-nuayriyya. Cairo, Dār al-awa, 1990. [DM] Aflākī, Shams al-Dīn Amad-i. Manāqib al-ārifīn, tr. John O’Kane as e Feats of the Knowers of God. Leiden, Brill, 2002. [SS]

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Bibliography

This is a comprehensive bibliography of the sources used for the articles in this volume. Authors have often used different editions of the same primary source; these are listed in the same entry, separated by a semicolon.

When different editions have the same title, this title has not been repeated in the entry. Variant titles are listed after the semicolon. Each edition or translation is followed by the initials of the author who has used it, in square brackets, as follows: Chapter 1: Nuha Alshaar [Intro]; Chapter 2: Angelika Neuwirth [AN]; Chapter 3: Ghassan el Masri [GM]; Chapter 4: Beatrice Gruendler [BG]; Chapter 5: Geert Jan van Gelder [GG]; Chapter 6: Bilal Orfali and Maurice Pomerantz [BO/MP]; Chapter 7: Andrew Rippin [AR]; Chapter 8: Devin Stewart [DS]; Chapter 9: Sarah R. bin Tyeer [ST]; Chapter 10: Tahera Qutbuddin [TQ]; Chapter 11: Wadād al-Qā�ī [WQ]; Chapter 12: Nuha Alshaar [NA]; Chapter 13: Louise Marlow [LM]; Chapter 14: Wen-chin Ouyang [WO]; Chapter 15: Nada Saab [NS]; Chapter 16: Denis McAuley [DM]; Chapter 17: Steffen Stelzer [SS].

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Abū’l-�Atāhiya, Abū Isāq Ismā�īl b. al-Qāsim. Dīwān, ed. Karam al-Bustānī, 2nd rev. edn [with numbered poems and verses and rhyme index]. Beirut, Dār �ādir, 1424/2003. [BG]

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