By Julia Ashtiany,T. M. Johnstone,J. D. Latham,R. B. Serjeant
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Abbasid Belles Lettres (The Cambridge History of Arabic Literature) by Julia Ashtiany,T. M. Johnstone,J. D. Latham,R. B. Serjeant