The Koran Interpreted has 19 ratings and 6 reviews. Christian said: The experience reading the Koran was worthwhile, albeit slightly boring and tedious.. . Since its first publication in , Professor A.J. Arberry’s translation has been the finest “The Koran Interpreted” is universally recognized as not only the most . Translation by by Arthur Arberry (). the month of Ramadan, wherein the Koran was sent down to be a guidance to the people, and as clear signs of.

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Yet this important text remains little understood in the West. Since its first publication inProfessor A.

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Arberry’s translation has been the finest one My library Help Advanced Book Search. Simon and SchusterDec 11, – Religion – pages.

No other book ever written, with the possible exception of the Bible, has so dramatically influenced the course of civilization as the Koran.

Arberry’s translation has been the finest one available, its magnificently written verse making the Koran accessible to a Western audience. Professor Arberry has rendered the Koran into clear and lyrical English while carefully preserving the incomparable artistry of the Arabic original.

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The Woman Tested The Loosed Ones Interpreteed St inters The Most High The Clear Sign Suras I-XX Snippet view – References to this book Darvish Linda L. Naimi Limited preview – Darvish Linda Naimi No preview available – He published some twenty books in Islamic studies during his arbrrry, many dealing with mysticism and poetry. Professor Arberry died in England in A Translation A Touchstone book.