Reader in Modern Literary Arabic
Farhat Jacob Ziyadeh


Selected excerpts from the work of modern Arabic writers are presented, with a brief biographical essay on each author. Selections are accompanied by linguistic and cultural annotations, by exercises in grammar and vocabulary, and by Arabic sentences to he translated.

First published in 1964.

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