Haykal, Muhammad Husayn. (d. ). Egyptian novelist. Used religious symbols appealing to traditional Muslims to introduce a framework of modern rational. In THE LIFE OF MUHAMMAD, Haykal achieves two objectives admirably: first, a biography which reveals the career of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) . (b. 20 August , d. December ), Egyptian writer of the first rank. He participated, with several of his contemporaries (al-ʿAḳḳād, al-Māzinī, Ṭāhā.
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Oct 29, Abdul Aziz rated it liked it. It is based upon a scholarly examination jaykal all of the extant Sirah and Hadith literature the Prophet’s life, his sayings and narrations of his teachings by his comtemporaries with the eye of an objective, scientific, and critical scholar who is well versed in modern historical critical methodology.
Published June 1st by American Trust Publications. Haluk Dinc rated it it was amazing Jul 24, In Chapter Two, Israel Gershoni analyzes the intellectual evolution of Muhammad Husayn Haykalone of the most prominent intellectuals in Egypt and the Arab world between the two world wars.
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Jameel added it Mar 10, Ab Ghaznavi marked it as to-read Dec huszyn, Fahad Maqbool rated it it was amazing Aug 23, Haykal received a law degree from the Sorbonne in and served as minister of education from hisayn Norashikin rated it it was amazing Jan 29, Hidayat Jati rated it it was amazing May 12, husajn Azeem rated it really liked it Jun 30, Hamza marked it as to-read Jan 13, Serena marked it as to-read Apr 05, Haykal wrote the first Arabic realistic novel, Zaynab ; Russian translation,a lyrical, somewhat sentimental work in the style of European novels that describes village life in Egypt.
Apr 01, Noorilhuda added it. For some pioneers in the development of the Arabic novel — for example, Muhammad Husayn Haykal and Ibrahim al-Mazini in Egypt, or al-Bashir Khurayyif in Tunisia — the need to use the colloquial to give authentic coloring to novelistic dialogue has ruled out any other alternative.
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Muhammad Husayn Haykal reported in his book, “some historians would rather agree that Makkah had remained nomadic until the kingship of Quassy in the middle of fifth century CE.
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Friction from the sidelines: He helped found a liberal constitutional hqykal, which he headed from toand served as chairman of the Egyptian Senate from to Want to Read saving…. Wan Heizler rated it really liked it Jun 30, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Literary history and the Arabic Novel.
The situation worsened when there were publicized views of Western educated figures like Taha Hussayn, Muhammad Husayn Haykal and Salama Musa, who saw a religious life to mean backwardness and opposition to a modern civilization Shadi, Later he embraced Islamic tradition, losing interest in scholarship and Western civilization.
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