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The fragments of Goethe’s drama of Mahommed

August 19th, 2017|

by Adolphi Martin Benson. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in German in the Graduate School of the University of Illinois, 1919.

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Conversations of Goethe with Eckermann and Soret

August 19th, 2017|

Translated by Oxenford. Published, 1883.

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West-East Divan: The Poems, with “Notes and Essays”

July 9th, 2017|

By Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Translated by Martin Bidney

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The common worldview of Islam and the modern West

January 22nd, 2017|

With so much talk about seeking greater harmony between Islam and the West in our times, perhaps we need to think again about a very strong bridge that has already been existing between the two cultures for the last three hundred years.

Three hundred years ago, Europe was witnessing the great intellectual revolution that was later […]

New discoveries about the Reconstruction of Religious Thought in Islam

July 2nd, 2007|

Iqbal Review, Volume 48, Number 2, April 2007, pp.36-57

The Reconstruction of Religious Thought in Islam is seen as a problematic writing of Iqbal. The reason may be that although much has been written about the book, it has never been subjected to a linguistic analysis. That is what I intend to do in this paper […]

Iqbal made simple

April 4th, 2004|

‘There is much more to this biography than what Khurram Ali Shafique had initially led us to expect,’ writes Dr. M. Reza Kazmi in Dawn Books & Authors, April 4, 2004, reviewing Damadam Ravan Hai Yam-i-Zindagi by Shafique. The book has since then been reissued in a revised and enlarged edition as Iqbal: Ibtidai Daur.

Iqbal […]