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one. Without denying that a historical transformation had occurred or that some people, places, and processes had greater influence in directing change, El Shakry stages an encounter between formations of knowledge as already hybrid. In so doing, The Arabic Freud allows us to view interactions

In: Journal of Arabic Literature

hybrid language that resulted from the combination of Arabic, Persian, and Turkish languages. For example, Ahmet Midhat Efendi (1844-1912) complains that a minority that reads a hybrid language which is composed of Arabic, Persian, and Turkish rule a majority that does not understand this language. In

In: Journal of Arabic Literature

, Literacy, and the Transformations of Rhetoric in Arabic Poetry,” Oral Tradition 25.1 (2010): 211-30. http://journal.oraltradition.org/issues/25i/stetkevych . And Suzanne Pinckney Stetkevych, “Rhetoric, Hybridity and Performance in Medieval Arabic-Islamic Devotional Poetry: Al-Kāfiyah Badīʿiyyah of Ṣafī

In: Journal of Arabic Literature