This list is a compilation in-progress of titles in English language that are deemed appropriate for college level studies related to the Middle East, North Africa and the religion of Islam. The titles are available in the Cornell Library system, mostly in Olin and Uris libraries. In addition to the literary works written by Arabs, Persians and Turks, you will find studies of Middle Eastern literatures, ethnographic studies of different communities, religious practices, the culture and situation of women, dramas and festival performances, Social life and customs in general, etc. These chosen titles are neither too technical, nor simplified. In order to choose readings on a subject that interests you, I suggest looking over this list carefully.
Ebrahimi Library -- Isfahan, Iran
Soft Cover. Makes it clear that what the future holds for Kashmir and the rest of the country of India, depends upon who would be at the steering wheel of history. Vienna, Christ. Contemporary half calf with marbled boards and giltstamped spine title.
"Isfahan is half the world!"
Mohammad Ali Jamalzadeh, acclaimed as the father of modern Persian short story, wrote this work. Sar o Tah-e Yak Karbas. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press.
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