Which Koran?: Variants, Manuscripts, And The Influence Of Pre Islamic Poetry
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Which Koran?: Variants, Manuscripts, And The Influence Of Pre Islamic Poetry

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Compiles and explains the significance of the thirty-two Koranic variants found in Korans available in the Islamic world.
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Published January 1st 2011 by Prometheus Books (first published November 24th 2009)
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