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Victorian critics and the orientation of American literature, with special reference to the reception of Walt Whitman and Henry James
(The University of Edinburgh, 1962)
Contribution of Muhammad Al-Nuwayhi to modern Arabic literary criticism in Egypt
(The University of Edinburgh, 1984)
Transition from Ghaznavid to Seljuq rule in the Islamic East
(The University of Edinburgh, 1961)
History of Ottoman Egypt in the Seventeenth Century: some unpublished sources
(The University of Edinburgh, 1995)
In an attempt to present some unpublished historical sources of Ottoman Egypt in the seventeenth century) the discussion has been arranged in two major parts. The first part gives some historical background as well as ...
Al-Fajr movement and its place in modern Sudanese literature
(The University of Edinburgh, 1979)
In the year 1934 a coterie of young men launched the literary magazine Al-Fajr and marked the beginning of the first literarily conscious movement in the Sudan. Both movement and initiators have come to be known by the ...
Bàrdachd Mhic Iain Dheòrsa
(The University of Edinburgh, 1992)
George Campbell Hay (1915-1984) is acknowledged as one of the towering figures of 20thc. Gaelic poetry, and also respected outwith that linguistic tradition for his work in Scots and English, yet since the appearance of ...
Comparison of a Scottish and American storyteller and their Märchen repertoires
(The University of Edinburgh, 1986)
There have been many attempts made by folklore scholars from the late nineteenth century to the present to formulate a classification system in folklore that would make it possible to clearly define folklore genres. Limited ...
Poetry of N.M Yazykov: a re-evaluation
(The University of Edinburgh, 1991)
Yazykov has long been known as the "student-poet" and scholars have persisted in viewing him in this way for over a century. Even the longest study of his verse, which also happens to be one of the most recent studies, ...
Pricke of conscience : the southern recension, book V
(The University of Edinburgh, 1976)
The Southern Recension of the Pricke of Conscience, also known as the East Midland Recension, has not hitherto been edited except for a few passages and its manuscripts have been very little examined. Earlier attempts at ...
Motif-index of abnormalities, deformities and disabilities of the human form in traditional narrative
(The University of Edinburgh, 1988)