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This section of the book Christian-Muslim Relations: A Bibliographical History Volume 6. Western Europe (1500-1600) presents a list of proper nouns, terms and concepts relevant to the discussion on the Qur'an in English Writings. The book examines the 'elite' knowledge of Islam in England, and covers the period from the 1543 publication of Theodor Bibliander's edition of the Qur'an to 1697, when the bishop of Norwich, Humphrey Prideaux, published his influential biography of the 'imposter' Muhammad. It suggests the reasons why anti-Islamic 'notions persisted almost unchallenged, were indeed fortified by new prejudice'.

Keywords: England; English writings; Islam; Qur'an



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