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How Do You Say “Epigram” in Arabic?: Literary history at the limits of comparison

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<i>How Do You Say “Epigram” in Arabic?</i> is the first study of one of the most popular and enduring genres in the history of Arabic poetry, the <i>maqṭūʿah</i>, and a contribution toward a decolonized comparative literature.

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