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Brockelmann pursued Oriental studies, classical philology, and history in Rostock, Breslau, and Strasburg. He took his Ph. His monumental output represents, more than that of any other scholar, the unity of oriental studies in his time. It in no way detracts from his central significance that, as a result of expansion and accompanying specialization, the field has since been subdivided into numerous more restricted disciplines. In Geschichte der arabischen Litteratur 5 vols.

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Brockelmann pursued Oriental studies, classical philology, and history in Rostock, Breslau, and Strasburg. He took his Ph. His monumental output represents, more than that of any other scholar, the unity of oriental studies in his time. It in no way detracts from his central significance that, as a result of expansion and accompanying specialization, the field has since been subdivided into numerous more restricted disciplines.

In Geschichte der arabischen Litteratur 5 vols. He relied, first, on published manuscript catalogues that had been compiled since the 18th century mainly by Europeans and, second, on the rich biographical and bibliographical literature of the Islamic Middle Ages in Arabic, Persian, and Turkish, which he brought together and summarized under the heading of secondary literature. Persian manuscripts were included in two catalogues that he prepared for the municipal libraries of Breslau and Hamburg One read the poets for the sake of aesthetic enjoyment, and every educated scribe not only felt himself entitled to "improve" the text as he copied it, but even took pride in doing so.

He thus made many interpolations, from which no Persian poetic text is free; nor was any part of it secure from arbitrary changes. Indeed, the copyist often sought to compensate for an error of his own by trying to adapt the rest of the verse to it. Ritter and J. In this and other works Brockelmann contributed many observations and interpretations related to Persian lexicography, especially etymology.

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