Published January 1987
by Wayne State Univ Pr .
Written in English
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33 That the Notizbuch was not simply another name for the Oriental Diary is demonstrated by the fact that for Goldziher's first 11 days at al-Azhar, a period covered by the Oriental Diary, one finds in the Tagebuch very detailed information not mentioned in the Oriental of this, such as the conversations with al-'Abbāsī and al-Ashmūnī, could be recollection from memory; Cited by: 3. The Near East Study Tour Diary of Ignaz Goldziher. by Lawrence I. Conrad and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Buy Ignaz Goldziher and His Oriental Diary: A Translation and Psychological Portrait by Patai, Raphael, Goldziher, Ignaac (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. About Ignaz Goldziher: Ignác Goldziher was a Hungarian orientalist and scholar of Islam. and in he received the large gold medal at the Stockholm Oriental Congress. His eminence in the sphere of scholarship was due primarily to his careful investigation of pre-Islamic and Islamic law, tradition, religion and poetry, in connection with /5.
This brought the two into conflict; Patai referred to Goldziher as a roshe, or “thoroughly evil man” (cf. Raphael Patai, Ignaz Goldziher and His Oriental Diary, pp. 14, 78), while Goldziher vilified Múlt és Jövő as filth that would defile any Jew who touched it, referring to Leviticus (Tagebuch, p. ; 3 August ). Raphael Author: Lawrence I. Conrad. Ignaz Goldziher and His Oriental Diary by Raphael Patai, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Goldziher, Ignac. and Patai, Raphael. Ignaz Goldziher and his Oriental diary: a translation and psychological portrait / Raphael Patai Wayne State University Press Detroit Australian/Harvard Citation. Goldziher, Ignac. & Patai, Raphael. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Ignaz Goldziher and his Oriental diary by Ignác Goldziher, , Wayne State University Press edition, in English.