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Name  Shmuel Moreh

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Books  Modern Arabic poetry 1800-1970

Prof shmuel moreh of the hebrew university


Shmuel Moreh (Hebrew: שמואל מורה‎‎; born December 22, 1932 in Baghdad) is professor emeritus in the Department for Arabic Language and Literature at the Hebrew University and a recipient of the Israel Prize in Middle Eastern studies in 1999. In addition to having written many books and articles dealing with Arabic literature in general and Iraqi Jewish Arabic literature in particular, he has been a major contributor to Elaph, the first online daily independent journal. Professor Moreh writes in Arabic, Hebrew, and English.

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Publications in English (partial list)

  • Nazik al-mala'ika and al-shi'r al-hurr in modern Arabic literature. Jersusalem: Israel Oriental Society. 1968
  • Arabic works by Jewish writers, 1863-1973. Jerusalem: Ben Zvi Institute, 1973
  • Bibliography of Arabic books and periodicals published in Israel 1948-1972. Jerusalem : Mount Scopus Center, 1974
  • Jewish poets and writers of modern Iraq. Jerusalem: University of Jerusalem, 1974
  • Modern Arabic poetry 1800-1970 : the development of its forms and themes under the influence of Western literature. Leiden : Brill, 1976
  • Studies in modern Arabic prose and poetry. Leiden ; New York : E.J. Brill, 1988
  • Live theatre and dramatic literature in the medieval Arab world. New York : New York University Press, 1992
  • Jewish contributions to nineteenth century Arabic theatre : plays from Algeria and Syria : a study and texts. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1996
  • Al Farhud : the 1941 program in Iraq. Jerusalem: Magnes Press. 2010
  • Marvelous Chronicles: Biographies and Events (ʿAjāʾib al-Āthār fī ʼl-Tarājim wa-ʼl-Akhbār). 5 volumes. Jerusalem: The Max Schloessinger Memorial Foundation, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2014.
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