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Selections from the Comprehensive Exposition of the Interpretation of the Verses of the Quran

?abari’s Comprehensive Exposition of the Interpretation of the Verses of the Qur’an is one of the great monuments of classical Arabic and Islamic scholarship which, over a millennium, has been a fundamental reference work for scholars engaged in the tradition of Qur’anic exegesis. This two-volume translation focuses on thirty selected verses and Suras, or Chapters, associated with special merits and blessings and also includes ?abari’s own introduction to the Comprehensive Exposition.


Volume I contains: ?abari’s introduction; The Opening; the Throne Verse and the final three verses from The Cow (2:255 and 284–286); The Family of ?Imran (3:7 and 18); Repentance (9:38–40 and 128–129); the story of Moses and al-Kha?ir from The Cave (18:60–82); the Verse of Light from The Light (24:35–42); Prostration; Ya? Sin.


Volume II contains: The Companies (39:53–55); The Smoke; The Beneficent; The Inevitable Occasion; Iron; The Gathering (59:18–24); Sovereignty; The Resurrection; The Most High; The Sun; The Night; The Earthquake; The Chargers; Rivalry; The Disbelievers; Aid; Sincerity; Daybreak; People.


Abu Ja?far Mu?ammad b. Jarir al-?abari (d. 310/923) is one of the most famous Muslim scholars of medi

Publisher: ITS
Author: Tabari, Scott C. Lucas
Pages: 1690 (2 Volumes)

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