Draws on the works of canonical Romantic writers to show how the Romantic text apparently emerges from complicated exchanges among various reading and writing selves. This work also shows that the Romantic ideal of intersubjectivity appears in a particular light when we turn to later and lesser-known Romantic literary periodicals.
Kristin Zahra Sands
The Classical period of Islam, from the tenth to the fifteenth centuries, was the period in which the most influential commentaries on the Qur'an were written. Sufi Commentaries on the Qur'an in Classical Islam looks at the unique contributions of Sufis to this genre and how these contributions fit into the theological and exegetical discussions of the time." "Sufi Commentaries on the Qur'an in Classical Islam is the first comprehensive study of the contributions of Sufis to the genre of commentaries on the Qur'an and is essential reading for those with research interests in Sufism, Qur'anic exegesis and Islam.