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Liste von Schriftstellern aus al-Andalus[Bearbeiten]

Sekundärliteratur[Bearbeiten]

  • Maghrib. In: Julie Scott Meisami, Paul Starkey: Encyclopedia of Arabic Literature. Routledge, London 1998, S. 484.
  • Encyclopedia of African Literature. ed Simon Gikandi, Routledge, London 2003, ISBN 0-415-23019-5.
  • The Cambridge History of African and Caribbean Literature. ed Abiola Irele und Simon Gikandi, 2 Bde. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge u.a. 2004. Table of contents
  • P.J. Bearman, Th. Bianquis, C.E. Bosworth, E. van Donzel, W.P. Heinrichs: Encyclopaedia of Islam. Brill Publishers, 2003.
  • Roger Allen, D.S. Richards: Arabic Literature in the Post-classical Period. Cambridge University Press, 2006, ISBN 0-521-77160-9. online
  • Jacques Berque: La Littérature Marocaine Et L’Orient Au XVIIe Siècle. In: Arabica. Volume 2, Number 3, 1955, S. 295-312.
  • Abd Allah Gannun: El genio marroquí en la literatura árabe / Abdal-lah Guennún al Hasani ; traducido directamente del árabe y anotado por Jerónimo Carrillo Ordóñez y Mohammad Tayeddin Buzid, Alta Comisaría de España en Marruecos, Delegación de Asuntos Indígenas, Centro de Estudios Marroquíes, Tetuán 1939 (Artes Gráficas Boscá)
  • Mohammed Lakhdar: La vie littéraire au Maroc sous la dynastie 'Alawide. Rabat 1971.
  • Najala al-Marini: Al-Sh'ar al-Maghribi fi 'asr al-Mansur al-Sa'di. Nashurat Kuliat al-Adab wa al-Alum al-Insania, Rabat 1999. (Analysis of the work of the main poets of the age of Ahmed al-Mansour)
  • J. T. Monroe: Hispano-Arabic Poetry During the Almoravid Period: Theory and Practice. Viator 4, 1973, S. 65-98.
  • Hasan al-Wazzani: Dalîl al-kuttâb al-magâriba. A' d:â´ Ittih:âd Kuttâb al-Magrib. Manshűrât Ittih:âd Kuttâb al-Magrib, Rabat 1993.
  • Hasan al-Wazzani: Al-adab al-magribî al-h:adîth, 1929-1999. Dâr al-Thaqâfa, Casablanca 2002.
  • Otto Zwartjes, Ed de Moor, et.al.: Poetry, Politics and Polemics: Cultural Transfer Between the Iberian Peninsula and North Africa. Rodopi, 1996, ISBN 90-420-0105-4.

Weblinks[Bearbeiten]

  • Literatura Marroqui Contemporanea (lexicon of author-biographies in Spanish)[1] (retrieved Feb. 10, 2009)
  • Index of The Cambridge History of African and Caribbean Literature, ed Abiola Irele and Simon Gikandi, 2 vls, Cambridge [u.a.]: Cambridge University Press, 2004. [2]
  • Poetry International Web, Morocco [3]
  • Abdellatif Akbib, Abdelmalek Essaadi, Birth and Development of the Moroccan Short Story, University, Morocco [4] (retrieved March 25, 2009)
  • Suellen Diaconoff, Professor of French, Colby College: Women writers of Morocco writing in French, 2005 (Survey) [5]
  • Maghreb Arts, Some Key Figures of Moroccan, Algerian and Tunisian literature [6]
  • Bibliography of sources on Moroccan literature in all languages (PDF)
  • In Spanish: Enciclopedia GER, P. Martsnez Montávez, "Marruecos (magrib Al-agsá) VI. Lengua y Literatura." retrieved on 28 February 2008

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