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Anthologie grammaticale arabe

Morceaux choisis de divers Grammariens et Scholiates arabes


Translated and Annotated by A. I. Silvestre de Sacy
An anthology of Arab writings on language and grammar, in the original Arabic with French translation and notes.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-751-2
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Aug 13,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 721
Languages: French, Arabic
ISBN: 978-1-61719-751-2
$260.00

Silvestre de Sacy, the collector of an anthology of Arabic literature, also published by Gorgias, added this as a linguistic and grammatical appendix: extracts on Arabic vocabulary, grammar, and syntax by Arabic writers, from Beidhawi's commentary on the Koran through treatises expressly on language by Arab grammarians to the remarks on the ethnography of language and poetry in Ibn Khaldun's Introduction.

Silvestre de Sacy, the collector of an anthology of Arabic literature, also published by Gorgias, added this as a linguistic and grammatical appendix: extracts on Arabic vocabulary, grammar, and syntax by Arabic writers, from Beidhawi's commentary on the Koran through treatises expressly on language by Arab grammarians to the remarks on the ethnography of language and poetry in Ibn Khaldun's Introduction.

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A. I. Silvestre de Sacy

  • ANTHOLOGIE GRAMMATICALE ARABE. (page 5)
  • AVIS AUX LECTEURS. (page 9)
  • TABLE: Des MORCEAUX contenus dans ce Volume (page 13)
  • ANTHOLOGIE GRAMMATICALE ARABE, ou MORCEAUX CHOISIS DE DIVERS GRAMMAIRIENS ET SCHOLIASTES ARABES (page 15)
  • NOTES DU N.I. (page 51)
  • N. II. (page 77)
  • NOTES DU N. II. (page 136)
  • N. III. (page 169)
  • NOTES DU N.III. (page 199)
  • N. IV. (page 238)
  • NOTES DU N.IV. (page 247)
  • N.V. (page 254)
  • NOTES DU N.V. (page 283)
  • N. VI. (page 295)
  • NOTES DU N.VI. (page 315)
  • N. VII. (page 329)
  • NOTES DU N.VII. (page 339)
  • N.VIII. (page 362)
  • NOTES DU N. VIII. (page 370)
  • N. IX. (page 375)
  • NOTES DU N.IX. (page 395)
  • N. X. (page 422)
  • NOTES DU N. X. (page 447)
  • ADDITIONS: AUX NOTES: DE L'ANTHOLOGIE GRAMMATICALE (page 462)
  • TABLE DES MOTS ARABES ET AUTRES (page 491)
  • TABLE DES MATIERES (page 503)
  • FAUTES A CORRIGER. (page 534)
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