By John O. Hunwick, R. S. O'Fahey
The fourth quantity of Arabic Literature of Africa offers with the scholarly and literary creation of authors from Mali, Senegal, Guinea, Niger, and Ghana, from earliest occasions to the current day. The paintings is prepared either locally and chronologically, and writers are grouped inside chapters in accordance with ethnic, scholarly, or non secular affiliations. A biography of every writer is given the place attainable, earlier than the checklist of his or her writings. for every writer is given an inventory of identified writings, with information of current manuscript copies, released versions and translations. There are indexes of authors, titles, first traces of poetry, and a common index, in addition to a bibliography of all works stated within the quantity. An preliminary assessment and bankruptcy introductions offer an summary heritage of Islamic studying within the zone.
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Nüniyya: ﬁUyün sa˛bin am sa˛b ﬁuyünı * Saqat ßawba in nuﬁmn bi-ßawb in maﬁını iv) Q. r√iyya fı mad˛ malik al-maghrib [Abı ’l-˘asan] Opens: Kha†arat ka-mayys al-qan ’l-muta√a††irı * Wa-ranat bialh÷ al-ghazl al-aﬁfarı Publ. First line only in Ibn al-Kha†ıb, I˛†a, 347. v) Q. sıniyya: Zrat fı kulli la˛÷in †arfu mu˛tarisı * Wa-˛awla kulli kins in kaffu muftarisı Publ. 25 vv. in Ibn al-Kha†ıb, I˛†a, 347-9 CHAPTER ONE 12 Publ. 14 vv. in Ibn al-A˛mar, al-Katıba al-kmina, 236-7. vi) Six occasional verses rhyming in ∂d are given in Ibn alA˛mar, al-Katıba al-kmina, 238.
Nayl al-maﬁlı shar˛ ﬁaqıdat Bad√ al-mlı See al-Nbulsi (1986), 366-7. 6. Na÷m ∑ughr al-Sanüsı Vers. of ∑ughr of al-Sanüsı in 174 vv. Opens: Ya˛madu rabbahu khayr al-˛amdı * Al-Wangariyyu Mu˛ammadu ’bnu A˛mad. See al-Nbulsı (1986), 366, where he is called Mu˛ammad b. A˛mad b. Mu˛ammad b. Ma˛müd b. Abı Bakr Baghyaﬁu al-Wangarı. MSS: Niamey, 1301 (Na÷m fı ’l-taw˛ıd); Paris (BN), 5484, ff. 135-43, 5492, ff. 16-24, 5492, ff. 161-4 , 5602, ff. 102-110, 6106, ff. 146-155; Timbuktu (CEDRAB), 131, 641, 1039; Timbuktu (MMHT), 369.
OVERVIEW 5 poems honouring him. As for polemical writing, that is mainly a feature of the rivalry between the Qdiriyya and the Tijniyya †arıqas, which surfaces in the mid-nineteenth century, or under the influence of Wahhbı teachings, attacks on Sufism as a whole, generally in the second half of the twentieth century as the Saudi Arabian impact on Muslim Africa increased. In the nineteenth century the Kunta scholar A˛mad alBakk√ı (d. 1865) was a leading anti-Tijnı polemicist, not least because his authority over the Timbuktu region was challenged by the Tijnı conqueror al-˛jj ﬁUmar (d.
Arabic Literature of Africa: The Writings of Western Sudanic Africa (Handbook of Oriental Studies Handbuch Der Orientalistik) by John O. Hunwick, R. S. O'Fahey