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Published by Academia, Mouton & Co. in Prague, The Hague, Paris .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Persian literature

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies.

Classifications
LC ClassificationsPK6401 .Y3
The Physical Object
Pagination264 p.
Number of Pages264
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5652664M
LC Control Number68093087
OCLC/WorldCa682649

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JAN RYPKA: HISTORY OF PERSIAN LITERATURE UP TO THE BEGINNING OF THE 20TH CENTURY I. INTRODUCTION A. The Persian Language (Dari) 1. The Arabising of Persian 2. The Relation of Dialects to Persian Literature 3. Tbe Script B. National Individuality 1. The Conception of Unity and its Reverse - Regionalism 2. Religious Elation and its Nature 3. The. Jan Rypka, PhDr., (28 May in Kroměříž – 29 December in Prague) was a prominent Czech orientalist, translator, professor of Iranology and Turkology at Charles University, Prague.   Rypka, Jan In the fall of Rypka was invited by the Iranian government to attend the celebrations of the th anniversary of Ferdous’ birth. He ended up spending a full year in Iran, doing academic research. He wrote about his year in Iran in the popular book .   Jan RypkaPhDr. Rypka, Jan Rypka’s father owned a small business. As a child he was given the Arabian Nights. He described the book’s effect on his life as breathing “mysterious forces there. Then in he obtained a Rykpa of Philosophy in Islamic languages. After graduation Rypka set up a small business of translating Oriental texts.