Islamic Art, Literature, and Cultureby Kathleen Kuiper
Pub. Date: 12/20/2009
Publisher: Britannica Educational Publishing
The many followers of Islam are spread around the globe from traditional lands in the Middle East and parts of Africa to metropolitan European cities. This extremely varied group of people nevertheless shares a distinct and rich style of arts, architecture, poetry, epic literature, painting, and philosophy. This book follows the intriguing history of Islamic arts and literature through the ages from the Umayyad Dynasty to the modern Islamic world.
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