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Emotion in Christian and Islamic Contemplative Texts, 1100-1250 Cry of the

Emotion in Christian and Islamic Contemplative Texts, 1100-1250 Cry of the

Emotion in Christian and Islamic Contemplative Texts, 1100-1250 Cry of the
Emotion in Christian and Islamic Contemplative Texts, 1 : Cry of the Turtledove, Hardcover by Lazikani, A. This book offers a comparative study of emotion in Arabic Islamic and English Christian contemplative texts, c. 1, contributing to the emerging interest in'globalization' in medieval studies. For the necessity of placing medieval English devotional texts in a more global context and seeks to modify influential narratives on the'history of emotions' to enable this more wide-ranging critical outlook. Across eight chapters, th examines the dialogic encounters generated by comparative readings of Muhyddin Ibn'Arabi (1),'Umar Ibn al-Farid (1), Abu al-Hasan al-Shushtari d.

Investigating the two-fold'paradigms of love' in the figure of Jesus and in the image of the heart, the (dis)embodied language of affect, and the affective semiotics of absence and secrecy, Lazikani demonstrates an interconnection between the religious traditions of early Christianity and Islam. This item is in the category "Books & Magazines\Books".

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  • ISBN: 9783030599232
  • EAN: 9783030599232
  • Publication Year: 2021
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Language: English
  • Book Title: Emotion in Christian and Islamic Contemplative Texts, 1100-1250 : Cry of the Turtledove
  • Author: A. Lazikani
  • Item Length: 8.3in.
  • Publisher: Springer International Publishing A&G
  • Genre: Literary Criticism, Religion, Philosophy
  • Topic: Medieval, Comparative Literature, History & Surveys / Medieval, General
  • Item Width: 5.8in.

  • Item Weight: 18.9 Oz
  • Number of Pages: Xvii, 271 Pages


Emotion in Christian and Islamic Contemplative Texts, 1100-1250 Cry of the