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Coran – Essai de Traduction (Le)
Hatem El-Sheemy rated it it was ok Jul 15, It remains one of the most thorough ethnographies of the Berbers. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Sarah kamal marked it as to-read Mar 13, Adelaide Polk-Bauman rated it it was amazing May 23, Brahim marked it as to-read Oct 12, Ismel Abdur marked it as to-read Dec 10, Abdelrahman Hassan added it May 19, Mohamed IBrahim marked it as to-read May 05, In he became a Middle East expert for Unesco.
In the literary sparrings between Bernard Lewis and Edward Saidwho criticized Orientalist scholarship, claiming Lewis’ work to be a prime example of Orientalism, in his book OrientalismBerque was among the scholars, such as Maxime RodinsonMalcolm H.
Mahmoud Mhamoed marked it as to-read Mar 03, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. He believed in the importance of bringing together different, but related, regions, whether in the Arabic- speaking world or in the Mediterranean, as can be seen from the titles of two of his books, De l’Euphrate a l’Atlas “From the Euphrates to the Atlas”, and Memoires des deux rives “Recollections from Both Shores of the Mediterranean”,the latter described by Ernest Gellneras ‘a splendid account of what it was to be a pied-noir slowly converted to anti-colonialism’.
In an earlier work, Le Maghreb entre deux guerres “The Maghreb between two world wars”,Berque criticizes the colonial system. This page was last edited on 21 Decemberat A devout Christianhe found in Islam “a new version of the truth of the world”.
No trivia or quizzes yet. Berque’s linguistic versatility is made apparent here in his translations of Arabic poetry from the classical period to the present, and in his analysis of the varieties of spoken and written Arabic.
Sandra Andrade rated it really liked it Sep 22, KerrAlbert Houraniand William Montgomery Wattwho maintained that Said’s disregard for all the evidence that contradicted his narrative made Orientalism a deeply flawed account of Western scholarship. Haidar Jacqye rated it liked it Jul 09, Berque’s most lasting contribution might have been to the study of Islam.
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As such, he worked as an agronomist in attempts to improve Moroccan agriculture and the life of the peasants. Lists with This Book. He joined the French armyand from to worked as a civil servant in Morocco.
Tariq Almubarak marked it as to-read Mar 17, Mostafa Seblani added it Aug 22, Published April 1st by Albin Michel first published January 1st Later he presided over two government missions, one at the Ministry of Research — and the other at the Ministry of Education — Aref marked it as to-read May 29, Important as well is Languages arabes du present “Present-day languages of the Arabs”,which delves into the literary history of the Arabs, their language and culture.
Jacques Berque – Wikipedia
Yahiaoui Abderrahmane marked it as to-read Jul 13, He died in Saint-Julien-en-Born. He lived his last years and died in a village in the Landesthe region in south-west France from ckran the Berque family originates.
His administrative and ethnographic experience eventually took him in a direction adopted by few North-African-born Frenchmen or by colonial administrators: The latter, which is divided into five parts, deals with the history and social structure of Egypt from the 18th century up to when the monarchy was toppled. He was an accomplished Arabist, perfecting several Arabic dialects of both the Maghreb and the Middle East.
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