Folk-Lore Of The Holy Land by J. E. Hanauer

Folk-Lore Of The Holy Land

byJ. E. Hanauer

Kobo ebook | January 7, 2017

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Folk-Lore Of The Holy Land
by J. E. Hanauer

Stories of the Creation, saints, and sinners tell of Adam, Abraham, Noah, Moses, and other revered figures; anecdotes describe tribes, people, languages, and sites such as the Jaffa Gate at Jerusalem. Still others illustrate social ideas, superstitions, plant and animal lore, and magical cures. Filled with wit, wisdom, and humor.

About the Author :

Marmaduke Pickthall is best remembered as the first Englishman who was a Muslim to translate the Qur'an into English. He was also a prolific writer on the issues that concerned Muslims during his lifetime-- Turkey, India, Islam-as well as a novelist and short story writer. Born into a devout Christian family in England, and whose father was a clergyman, Pickthall converted to Islam, and enamoured of the Islamic world by living and working in India. Pickthall died on May 19, 1936, and is buried at Working, England.

Title:Folk-Lore Of The Holy LandFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 7, 2017Publisher:Bhoomi Digital Apps.Language:English

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