The Ring Of The Dove

The Ring Of The Dove .Ibn Hazm S Tawq Al Hamama The Ring Of The Dove The Famous Arabic Book On Love And Lovers, Tawq Al Ham Ma The Ring Of The Dove , Is A Splendid Witness To The High Age Of Islamic Culture In Spain The Book Was Written In Or Around 1022 CE In J Tiva, South Of Valencia, By Abu Muhammad Ali Ibn Hazm Al Andalusi C Rdoba, 994 1064 CE It Is A Youth Work By This Famous Andalusian Poet, Philosopher, Jurist And Scholar Of Comparative Religion.In Thirty Chapters Ibn Hazm Treats Thirty Moments Or Personages That Are Of Relevance To Love Relationships, Such As The Signs Of Love, Love At First Sight, Amorous Allusions, Correpondence Between Lovers, The Messenger Between The Lovers, Being Together, Fidelity And Unfidelity, Separation, Death Ibn Hazm Alternates From Theoritical Observations To Anecdotes Of Daily Life And He Ornates His Essays With An Abundance Of Appropriate Poetry The Anecdotes Are Often Very Peronal And They Give The Reader A Enthralling View On Life And Love In Islamic C Rdoba All Poetry In The Ring Of The Dove Is Ibn Hazm S Own.The Ring Of The Dove Has Been Preserved In Only One Manuscript, Which Is, Since 1665, Part Of The Oriental Collections Of Leiden University Library Where It Is Registered As Or 927 It Was Copied In 1338 CE, Most Probably In Egypt Or Syria, From An Original That Is Now Lost The Manuscript Was First Acquired In Istanbul In The Middle Of The 17th Century By The Learned And Bibliophile Dutch Ambassador To The Sublime Porte, Levinus Warner 1619 1665 After His Death His Entire Collection Of Books And Manuscripts Came To Leiden.The First Edition Of The Arabic Text Was Made By The Russian D.K P Trof And Was Published In Leiden In 1914 Before That R.P.A Dozy 1820 1883 Had Already Published Several Fragments All Later Editions And The Numerous Translations Of The Book Are Directly, Or, Mostly, Indirectly Based On The Leiden Manuscript Together They Are Proof To The Fact That Ibn Hazm In His Book On Love And Lovers Treats Themes That Are For All Humans In All Times. , , , , , . 2004 2004 I read an excerpt of this in college for a class, and then got the book and read it in its entirety It s beautifully written, although the language after translation may seem stilted and awkward to some readers who aren t as used to reading Arabic to English books as I am This book treatise, whatever you want to call it has definitely informed my ideas about love and attraction Ibn Hazm paints a gorgeous picture, for example, of how our souls all come from the same great whole, which is s I read an excerpt of this in college for a class, and then got the book and read it in its entirety It s beautifully written, although the language after translation may seem stilted and awkward to some readers who aren t as used to reading Arabic to English books as I am This book treatise, whatever you wan
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  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • The Ring Of The Dove
  • Ibn Hazm Al-Andalusi
  • English
  • 01 November 2019
  • 0404171486