Introduces students to styles and genres of pre-modern Arabic literary heritage, including a systematic review of classical grammar. Readings include historiographical, geographical and biographical texts, as well as readings from "Adab" (Belles-Lettres) literature and classical Arabic poetry. Note: Not open to auditors. Prerequisite: 4351 or equivalent, or may be taken separately with permission of the instructor.
Enrollment Limited: No
Open to BTI Students: No
Jointly offered as Arabic 130a
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Course location to be announced.
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|Language Course Designation(s)||Scriptural language course|