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    • The relationship between the Iraqi band and free verse 

      Abbas, Adnan (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 1994)
      A band is one of the forms similar to free verse. Its structure is based on aspecific. though important rule in Arabic poetry. It deviates from the rigours of a single rhythm and rhyme in one poem, and uses techniques ...
    • Salman Rushdie’s The Satanic Verses. A Second Decade of the Dispute? 

      Jamsheer, Hassan (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2000)
      Salman Rushdie was an author of books well known all over the world, when in 1988 he published his next book fiction under the title of Satanic Verses. It was printed in Great Britain by Viking Penguin Inc. and distributed ...
    • Sa‘īda Bint Ḫāṭir al-Fārisī–the water of ice and fire 

      Michalak-Pikulska, Barbara (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2002)
      The beginnings of Omani women’s literary work go back to the previous century, when the Sultan of Oman and Zanzibar’s daughter Sayyida Sālma Bint Sa‘īd started to write her memoirs, which were published in Berlin in 1886 ...
    • Search for identity in modern Arabic prose 

      Machut-Mendecka, Ewa (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2004)
      Bedouins in headscarves, men in jeans and suits, they all speak one Arabic language and search for their place in the world, uncertainly, bravely, with hope. This is a picture that comes up from the modern Arab prose that ...
    • Searching for the origins of things. On the ‘ilm al-awā’il in the culture of the Arabic Middle Ages 

      Dziekan, Marek M. (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 1996)
      It is not certain, either, if knowledge of the origins was treated, in Arabic culture, as a separate branch of knowledge or as an element of history or adab literature. Works as Kitāb al-awā’il by Al-‘Askarī or Al-Wasā’il ...
    • The Secret Doors: Uncovering the History of Arab Women Writers 

      Oleksy, Alicja (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2002)
      According to Bouthaina Shaaban, professor of literature at Damascus University, the story of Arab women novelists reflects, in many ways, the story of most women in different disciplines. It is the story of abundant ...
    • The seventy-yard long chain desert (The prose of Ibrāhīm al-Kawnī) 

      Machut-Mendecka, Ewa (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 1996)
      Odysseus had already abandoned his young and beautiful wife to begin dangerous travels. He was followed by hundreds of heroes of myths and legends who gave themselves up to the adventures far away from home. But they usually ...
    • Sinai Second Agreement: Assessment and reactions 

      Ariebi, Ali Taher (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2000)
      Kissinger followed a unique policy in his mediation efforts between the Arabs and Israel by eliciting proposals from each side, getting preliminary reactions, identifying obstacles and then starting the diplomatic process ...
    • Siyāset-nāme of Niẓām al-Mulk and Naṣīḥāt al-mulūk of Al-Ġazālī: two examples of “mirror for princes” 

      Pachniak, Katarzyna (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 1997)
      The 8th century saw the emergence of a new literary genre: handbooks for princes and governors. By that time the Arab empire had expanded over a vast territory. A competent administration was necessary to govern the state. ...
    • Sīrat al-Ǧāḥiẓ. Volume in Honour of Krystyna Skarżyńska-Bocheńska and Danuta Madeyska 

      Dziekan, Marek M.; Pachniak, Katarzyna; Lewicka, Paulina B. (Komitet Nauk Orientalistycznych Polskiej Akademii Nauk; Dom Wydawniczy Elipsa, 2011)
      Volume in Honour of Prof. Krystyna Skarżyńska-Bocheńska and Prof. Danuta Madeyska, Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Warsaw.
    • The so-called verba hamzata, verba infirma and verba mediae geminatae in the dialect of Baghdad 

      Siwiec, Paweł (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2003)
      Even the earliest Arab grammarians emphasized the distinctiveness of the verb stems with hamza and w or y as one of the root consonants. Similar attention was paid to the verbs of which the second and third radical are ...
    • Some notes concerning the qurrā’ issue 

      Saffarini, Hussein (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 1997)
      It has been noticed that some scholars in their attempt to discover something new in their researches, deplorably distort the clear facts of history. An example of this is their dealing with the qurrā’ issue in the early ...
    • Space and time in the novels of ‘Abd ar-Raḥmān Munīf 

      Machut-Mendecka, Ewa (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2003)
      In his writings, ‘Abd ar-Raḥmān Munīf introduces the reader right into the middle of the Arab desert, which he portrays with passion and mastery, and he is lavish in giving us the expressive pictures of everyday toil and ...
    • „Studia Arabistyczne i Islamistyczne”. Contents of vols. 1-10 (1993-2002) 

      Dziekan, Marek M. (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2002)
      Contents of vols. 1-10 (1993-2002).
    • Symbol Kataru – poeta i orator Katari Ibn al-Fudża’a 

      Pachniak, Katarzyna (Ibidem, 2009)
      Pustynne tereny, na których położony jest dzisiejszy Katar, nie mogą poszczycić się wieloma wybitnymi postaciami, które zaznaczyły się w dziejach kultury arabsko-muzułmańskiej w okresie średniowiecznym, czyli w czasach jej ...
    • Šawqī Ḍayf (1910–2005). Biography, Method, Bibliography 

      Dziekan, Marek M. (Komitet Nauk Orientalistycznych Polskiej Akademii Nauk; Dom Wydawniczy Elipsa, 2011)
      The Article contains a biography and full bibliography of an eminent Egyptian scholar in the field of literature and linguistics, Šawqī Ḍayf.
    • Ṣāliḥ Ǧawdat (1912-1976) and Woman’s Beauty Reading in his Poetry 

      Al-Muhanna, Abdullah (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2000)
      At the advent of the twentieth century, Egypt was subjected to different cultural currents the most prominent of which was the emergence of the “Dīwān Group” who shook off the bases of the traditional poetry with the ideas ...
    • Thoughts on the Poetry of the Contemporary Bahraini Poet ‘Alī ‘Abd Allāh Ḫalīfa 

      Michalak-Pikulska, Barbara; Sh’hadeh, Yousef (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2000)
      ‘Alī ‘Abd Allāh Ḫalīfa is one of the most eminent of contemporary poets in Bahrain. This small Gulf state has become the homeland for many excellent poets including Ṭarafa Ibn al-‘Abd-the author of the longest mu‘allaqa ...
    • True, Untrue, False? Deciphering Šāfi‘ Ibn ‘Alī’s Biography of Qalāwūn 

      Lewicka, Paulina B. (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 1997)
      The aim of this article is to analyze some aspects of Šāfi‘ Ibn ‘Alī’s biography of sultan Qalāwūn titled Al-Faḍl al-Ma’ṯūr min Sīrat aṣ-Ṣulṭān al-Malik al-Manṣūr, in the collection of the Bodleian Library MS no. Marsh ...
    • Twelve Thousand Cooks and a Muḥtasib. Some Remarks od Food Business in Medieval Cairo 

      Lewicka, Paulina B. (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2002)
      The general aim of this article is to shed some light on the functioning of the industry that was to satisfy the medieval Cairenes’ alimentative needs. As most of the Western travelers who visited Cairo between XIII and ...