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Sufi Authorship of Malabar. New Dimensions of Writing and Composing Poetry, Sufi Texts and Comics - 2862377171

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Sufi Authorship of Malabar. New Dimensions of Writing and Composing Poetry, Sufi Texts and Comics GRIN Verlag

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Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2016 in the subject Literature - Comparative Literature, grade: A, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (Department of Humanities and Social Science), course: PhD, Religion and Literature, language: English, abstract: This paper deals with the Sufi authorship and new dimensions of writing and composing Poetry, Sufi texts and comics. Sufi authorship has different dimensions, ranging from writing or saying about mysticism, Sufi saints, or divine figures, in new forms of expression, such as poetry, graphic stories and Mushaira. While dealing with this in the tradition of Malabar's Sufi authorship, it is seen in its different nature. Malabar has contributed a lot to the tradition sufi poetry through Mala Poetry written in Arabic-Malayalam such Safala Mala, Muhyuddeen Mala, and poems recited in the mystical insanity. This Mala tradition has given a new facet of Sufi poetry. In this tradition, some Mala poetry has fixed single authors, and others still remain in anonymity of authors while others are shared and collaborative. Adding stories from Prophetic tradition and words of wisdom by Sufs in these poems seem to echo the intertextual and interauthorial aspects Frischkopfean notion of Sufi poetry. And questions arise from appropriating poems to a mad mystic who reached the circle of Jazb, whether his poem is part of his creativity or will it be treated as 'authorless' object due to its composition during one's Sufi madness. Impromptu Sufi poetry is mainly focus of some religious institute based competitions, which differs from the conventional system of Rekhtah/ Mushaira in which lines borrowed from the available Sufi poetry. In this impromptu poem, which is based on final letter of opposite contestant, the reciting person should create his own line from genius and perform it. The line should include some appraisal of prophet, or Sufi saints and it gives some important ideas on the original composition of the poems. Other interesting area where ambiguity of authorship arises is Sufi graphic stories such as Mulla Nasruddeen story. In Malabar, children's literature is replete with stories from Sufi traditions which are narrated by author or compiler of the story giving some additional picture with comments. This act of graphic stories has given very distinct notion of authorship in which compiler of the stories is interconnected with original author of the story who can be the Sufi or his disciples. These are all modes of productions which seem to suggest emergence of new ideas of authorship.


Natasha's Dance - 2212836413

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Natasha's Dance Penguin

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Works of Mary Russell Mitford, Prose and Verse, Viz Our Village, Belford Regis, Country Stories, Finden's Tableaux, Foscari, Julian, Rienzi, Charles t - 2862294127

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Works of Mary Russell Mitford, Prose and Verse, Viz Our Village, Belford Regis, Country Stories, Finden's Tableaux, Foscari, Julian, Rienzi, Charles t Forgotten Books

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Excerpt from The Works of Mary Russell Mitford, Prose and Verse, Viz Our Village, Belford Regis, Country Stories, Finden's Tableaux, Foscari, Julian, Rienzi, Charles the First There are few names which fall with a pleasanter sound upon the ears of those who adopt authors as friends, in recognition of the moral purity and geniality of feeling as much as of the original talent displayed in their works, than the name of Mary Russell Mitford. Happy thoughts and fresh images rise up when it is smoken; and yet we arc a trifle too apt to think it only as connected with all that is lovely in he rural scenery, and characteristic in the rural society of Southern England, and to forget that c also appertains to a dramatist of no common sower, who has wrought in a period, when - if he theatres be deserted, and the popular acted drama have degenerated into melo-drama, burlettu, and farce - the plays published exhibit far more signs of strength and promise, than were shown by those produced in the palmy days of Garrick, or the yet more glorious after-summer of the Kembles. It was at Christmas time, in the year 1789, that Miss Mitford was born, her birth-place being the little town of Alresford, Hampshire. She is descended on the father's side, from an ancient family in Northumberland, not remotely connected with nobility; and there is a quaint rhyme current in the north country, which promises the name a long duration: "Midford was Midford when Morpeth was nano, Midford shall be Midford when Morpeth is game; So long as the son sets or the moon runs her round, A Midford in Midford shall always be found." Her mother was the only daughter of Dr. Russell, of Ashe, in Hampshire; this lady was a singularly good classical scholar, and it would have been strange if under such auspices, the education of her daughter had not been liberally planned and carefully completed. How delightfully Miss Mitford has chronicled her school pleasures and school feelings, during the years between the ages of ten and fifteen, passed by her at a London boarding-school of high repute, no one who has read "Our Village" can have forgotten. By her own showing she was as shy as she was clever, after a somewhat original fashion - a keen lover of poetry and plays. And shortly after she left school, she showed the next evidence of talent, the possession of a creative as well as appreciative power, by publishing a volume of miscellaneous poems, which were favourably received; for in those days poetry was read. These, and other juvenile effusions, now all but forgotten, were, at the time of their appearing, successful; but their young writer was herself dissatisfied with them; conscious, perhaps, that they were little more than imitations, and forgetting that it wasby imitation that genius has almost always in the first instance manifested itself. She withdrew herself from composition - read much, though without any decided aim or object, and would never (she thinks) have attempted authorship again, had not those vicissitudes of fortune, which try the metal of the sufferer no less searchingly than the sincerity of his friends, compelled her to come forth from her retreat, and honourably to exercise the talents with which she had been so largely gifted. It would be raising the veil too high to dwell upon the sequel; upon the rich reward of love, and respect, and consideration, which have repaid so zealous and unselfish a devotion of time and talent as Miss Mitford's life has shown. We have but to speak of the good which has come out of evil, in the shape of her writings; and we do this briefly and rapidly, because of the limited space within which we are restricted. Miss Mitford's principal efforts have been a series of tragedies. "The Two Foscari," - "Julian," - "Rienzi," - "Charles


Hill's Manual of Social and Business Forms - 2862357681

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Hill's Manual of Social and Business Forms Forgotten Books

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Excerpt from Hill's Manual of Social and Business Forms: A Guide to Correct Writing; Showing How to Express Written Thought Plainly, Rapidly, Elegantly and Correctly; Embracing Instruction and Examples in Penmanship, Spelling, Use of Capital Letters, Punctuation, Composition, Writing for the Press, Etc., Etc In the business walks of life, a work of this kind has long been required. In penmanship, use Of capital letters, punctuation, letter-writing; the forms Of notes, bills, orders, receipts, Checks, drafts, bills Of exchange, articles Of agreement, bonds, mortgages, deeds, leases, and wills; in selecting the kind of type in which to print the hand-bill or card; the marking letters; the law Of the different States Concerning the limitation Of actions, rates Of interest, usury, and amount Of property exempt from forced sale and execution, - all this and much more contained herein, will be Of especial service for reference in the transaction Of business. By the lady, much will be found in a Manual Of this kind that will particularly serve her in the writing Of her social forms. As a text-book and self-instructor in writing, it admirably serves to give her that delicate and beautiful penmanship which pleases the eye as does fine music the ear. The rules Of composition, writing for the press, the letter-writing, the marriage anniversaries, the notes Of invitation to the cotton, paper, leather, wooden, tin, silk and other weddings; the fancy alphabets for needle-work; the Selections for the album, lists of common Christian names, and synonyms, abbreviations, foreign words and phrases, the rules for writing poetry and the laws Of etiquette - all these will meet her especial favor. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.


Spirit of the North - 2862455050

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Spirit of the North University of Minnesota Press

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Sigurd F. Olson was the most beloved wilderness advocate of his generation. His renowned writings, including the nature classics The Singing Wilderness and Listening Point, evoke the singular beauty and richness of the northern woods and lakes and reveal a philosophy of preservation that is as eloquent and relevant today as when he first wrote. The wilderness was the spring of happiness in Olson's life, and he devoted himself to the pursuit of sharing this magic with others and ensuring its future existence.Revealing Olson's understanding and love of wilderness, Spirit of the North gathers together for the first time the most quotable and memorable of his well-loved passages gleaned not only from published works, but also from personal letters, journal entries, and speeches. Reflective, anecdotal, and universally poignant, this book is a chronology of thoughts and experiences that ebb and flow in their assuredness and reveal the whole man, a wilderness icon mired in doubt while he doggedly refused to abandon his dreams. David Backes, preeminent Olson biographer and scholar, contributes an introduction to each chapter, illuminating the historical context and personal significance of Olson's words.Frequently, during a quiet moment of contemplation on a canoe trip, Olson would read brief passages of poetry and prose scrawled on small scraps of paper for inspiration and peace of mind. Similarly, Spirit of the North is the ideal wilderness companion, passionate, authentic, and deeply reverent of the natural world.Sigurd F. Olson (1899-1982) introduced generations of Americans to the importance of wilderness through his work as a conservation activist and popular writer. He served aspresident of the Wilderness Society and the National Parks Association and as a consultant to the federal government on wilderness preservation and ecological problems. He earned many honors, including the highest possible from the Sierra Club, the National Wildlife Federa


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