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1 Article of a journal  Another contribution to Koranic exegesis : the sura of the poets (XXVI) /
In: Journal of Arabic literature. 14 (1983), p. 1-21  
Shahid, Irfan  
2 Book  Arabic literature / [by] I.M. Filshtinsky; [translated from the Russian by Hilda Kasanina] Moscow : "Nauka" publishing house, 1966.   Filshtinsky, I.M. (Isaak Moiseevich) 1966 
3 Article of a journal  An aspect of the forger's art in early Islamic poetry / W. 'Arafat.
In: Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. 28: 3 (1965), p. 477-482  
'Arafat, W.  
4 Article of a journal  The camel-section of the panegyrical ode / Renate Jacobi.
In: Journal of Arabic literature. 13 (1982), p. 1-22  
Jacobi, Renate  
5 Article of a journal  A critical study of the poetry of the Prophet's time and its authenticity as the source of sira / M.A. Mu'id Khan.
In: Islamic culture. 38: 4 (1964), p. 249-287  
Khan, Abdul Muid  
6 Book  The development of gazal in Arabic literature : pre-Islamic and early Islamic periods / A. Kh. Kinany. 1st ed. Damascus : The Syrian University Printing House, 1950.   Kinany, A. Kh. 1950 
7 Book  Early Islam and poetry / by Irfan Arif Kawar. Ann Arbor, MI. : University Microfilms International, 1981.   Kawar, Irfan Arif 1981 
8 Article of a journal  Genres in collision : nasib and hija' /
In: Journal of Arabic literature. 21: 1 (1990), p. 14-25  
Gelder, G.J.H. van  
9 Article of a journal  The historical background to the elegies on 'Uthman b. 'Affan; attributed to Hassan b. Thabit / W. 'Arafat.
In: Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. 33: 2 (1970), p. 276-282  
'Arafat, W.  
10 Article of a journal  The historical significance of later Ansari poetry -- 1 / W. 'Arafat.
In: Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. 29: 1 (1966), p. 1-11  
'Arafat, W.  
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