Dhikra al Qadi al Jurjani and others of al Sahib's court from the Yatimat al dahr of al Thaʻalibi (Arab translation series) e-book
by ʻAbd al-Malik ibn Muḥammad Thaʻālibī
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Yatīmat al-dahr by ʻAbd al-Malik ibn Muḥammad Thaʻālibī, 1983, William Penn . Arab translation series ;, no. 70, Arab translation series ;, 70. Other Titles
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Abd al-Malik ibn Muḥammad Thaʻālibī.
Abū Bakr, ‘Abd al-Qāhir ibn ‘Abd ar-Raḥmān ibn Muḥammad al-Jurjānī (1009 – 1078 or 1081 AD ); surnamed "Al-Nuhwī" (the grammarian).
Al-Hurr ibn Abd al-Rahman al-Thaqafi.
Al-Tha'ālibī (Abu Manşūr 'Abd ul-Malik ibn Mahommed ibn Isma'īl) (961–1038), Arabic: الثعالبي, was an Iranian writer, born in Nishapur, Iran. It is not clear that he was a Persian or Arab. Although he wrote prose and verse of his own, he was most famous for his anthologies and collections of epigrams. Of the twenty-nine works known to have been written by him, the most famous is his Kitāb Yatīmat ud-Dahr, on the poets of his own and earlier times, arranged according to the countries of the poets, and containing valuable extracts (published at Damascus, 4 vols.
Thaʻālibī, ʻAbd al-Malik ibn Muḥammad, 961 or 962-1037 or 1038. Uniform Title: Yatīmat al-dahr. Arab translation series ; no. 75. General Note: Arabic and English. Uniform Title: Arab translation series ; 5. Publication, Distribution, et. . William Penn College, (c)1984. leave here couple of words about this book
Abd al-Qāhir al-Jurjānī’s Asrār al-Balāghah (The Mysteries of Eloquence) A work of translation from the original Arabic into English From mundane speech to inspired poetry, when the meaning of an image emanates from a similarity drawn between two otherwise unlike objects o.