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Rypka, Jan Overview. Publication Timeline. Most widely held works about Jan Rypka. Most widely held works by Jan Rypka. History of Iranian literature by Jan Rypka Book 27 editions published between and in English and Dutch and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide Some justification seems to be necessary for the addition of yet another History of Iranian Literature to the number of those already in existence.
Such a work must obviously contain as many novel features as possible, so that a short explanation of what my collaborators and I had in mind when planning the book is perhaps not superfluous. In the first place our object was to present a short summary of the material in all its aspects, and secondly to review the subject from the chronological, geo graphical and substantial standpoints - all within the compass of a single volume.
Such a scheme precludes a formal and complete enumeration of names and phenom ena, and renders all the greater the obligation to accord most prominence to matters deemed to be of greatest importance, supplementing these with such figures and forms as will enable an impression to be gained of the period in question - all this is far as possible in the light of the most recent discoveries.
A glance at the table of contents will suffice to give an idea of the multifarious approach that has been our aim. We begin at the very first traces of evidence bearing on our subject and continue the narrative up to the present day. Geographically the book embraces Iran and its neighbouring countries, while it should be remarked that Iranian literature in its fullest sense also includes Indo-Persian and Judeo-Persian works.
Iranische Literaturgeschichte by Jan Rypka Book 17 editions published in in German and English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Charisteria orientalia praecipue ad Persiam pertinentia by Jan Rypka Book 11 editions published in in 7 languages and held by 71 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Audience Level. Related Identities. Associated Subjects. Alternative Names. Jan Rypka Czech academic, literature historian, orientalist, translator and university educator.
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Yadname-ye Jan Rypka : collection of articles on Persian and Tajik literature.
It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. Some justification seems to be necessary for the addition of yet another History of Iranian Literature to the number of those already in existence. Such a work must obviously contain as many novel features as possible, so that a short explanation of what my collaborators and I had in mind when planning the book is perhaps not superfluous.
Rypka, Jan 1886-1968
Jan Rypka , PhDr. 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.
History of Iranian Literature