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LITERATURE OF THE EAST
THE HANGED POEMS
In Translations by
Captain F. E. JOHNSON, R.A., and GEORGE SALE, Esq., with Revisions and Explanatory Essay by SHEIK FAIZ-ULLAH-BHAI, Head Master of the Schools of Anjuman-i-Islam.
With a Brief Bibliography by
CHARLES C. TORREY, D.D.,
Professor of Semitic Languages at Yale University.
With an Historical Survey and Descriptions by
PARKE, AUSTIN, AND LIPSCOMB, Inc.
OCT 16 1920
"Let there be light."-GENESIS I, 3.
There never was a false god, nor was there ever
really a false religion, unless you call a child a false man."-MAX MÜLLER.
CONTENTS OF VOLUME V
I. THE GENIUS OF ARABIC LITERATURE, by Sheik
II. THE POEM OF IMRU-UL-QUAIS (530 A.D.?)