A Descriptive Bibliography of Allama Muhammad Iqbal (1877-1938)

A Descriptive Bibliography of Allama Muhammad Iqbal (1877-1938)

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Excellent bibliographical work about Allama Muhammad Iqbal in the Arabic scripts (Urdu, Persian, Arabic and so on) has been published by the Iqbal Academy, Lahore. Our publication covers only what appeared in the Roman script: English, German, French, Dutch, Italian, Polish, Czech, Portuguese, Swedish, Finnish, Turkish, and Russian. Many books have some kind of bibliographical list, and we have tried to include all that material in the present publication. With the generous support of the Ministry of Education, Government of Pakistan, the Iqbal Foundation Europe at the KULeuven, Belgium, has endeavoured to combine meticulous and patient work in libraries with the most modern search on internet. The result is an impressive tribute to Iqbal and to the research about him: 2500 entries, the latest entry dated 1998 (A. Schimmel). Even if many superfluous or repetitive articles may have been published, a researcher should look at even small contributions: they may contain valuable information and rare insights. The databank we compiled at the university of Leuven is composed of material taken from published works and from the on-line services of the major university libraries. From this it appeared that hundreds of scholars and authors have contributed to the immense databank about Iqbal. The highest number of contributions is by Annemarie Schimmel, S.A. Vahid and B.A. Dar, followed by A. Bausani, K.A. Waheed, A.J. Arberry and so many others.6 as a mystic (THE SEER AND THE MYSTIC is Qadira#39;s last and hitherto unpublished article in the English language). Further contributions are an essay on Iqbala#39;s influence on modern Urdu literature, an analysis of Iqbala#39;s views on the anbsp;...

Title:A Descriptive Bibliography of Allama Muhammad Iqbal (1877-1938)
Author:Dieter Taillieu, Francis Laleman, Winand M. Callewaert
Publisher:Peeters Publishers - 2000


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