Here are the names of famous books that are translated into the Arabic language. Book Categories 1,098 Authors of books 40,046 Book Quotes 13,311 Book Reviews 21,329 Educated community 355,587 Upload Book Close Close Ad Books Works translated into Arabic (6,486 كتاب) Book Categories 1,098 Authors of books 40,046 Book Quotes 13,311 Book Reviews 21,329 Educated community 355,587 Upload Book Close Close Ad Books Curtiss works translated into Arabic (6,486 كتاب) Zero, Ignacio de Loyola Brandão, translated from the Portuguese by Ellen Watson (Dalkey Archive Press). The book mentions necessary information about the magic formula for solving anxiety-certain situations. (shelved 142 times as translated) avg rating 4.34 — 1,000,805 ratings — published 1956 Want to Read saving… These don’t seem to have a top-heavy political agenda; they do seem to be genuine historical novels, so that’s good. So here you have it! Next year promises a diverse range of compelling Arabic books in English translation, for lovers of humour, history, wordplay, theatre, philosophy, mystery and more. ; Zayni Barakat, Farouq Mustafa’s translation of Gamal al-Ghitani’s novel of the same name. Though clearly an ever more valuable resource for students of Arabic, ACO has much more to offer those already acquainted with the joys of the language. Husain Haddawy’s translation The Arabian Nights (based on the Muhsin Mahdi edition of the Arabic). ; Season Of Migration To The North, Denys Johnson-Davies’ translation of Tayeb Salih’s Mawsim al-Hijra ila al-Shamal. W. J. Prendergast’s translation of Badi‘ al-Zaman al-Hamadhani’s Maqamat. If you do not find what you're looking for, you can use more accurate words. Book Categories 1,098 Authors of books 40,046 Book Quotes 13,311 Book Reviews 21,329 Educated community 355,587 Upload Book Close Close Ad Books His works translated in Arabic (6,497 كتاب) Apparently, my eyes were bigger than my fingers. Books Translate the book into Arabic (6,553 كتاب) . Somehow, I thought I could quickly track down each of these 100 titles, translate them (roughly), note whether or not an English translation or excerpt exists, and be done with it. On your local bookshop shelves, you’re not likely to find much literature translated from the original Arabic. How to stop worrying and start living (دع القلق وابدأ الحياة) In this book, the author wrote how to stop anxiety and start living a simple life. There’s one about Ibn ʿArabi, the 13th-century Sufi, and another well-known novel about Ibn Khaldun that’s been translated into English. The first 10 of the best hundred Arab novels …