Martin Lings Writing Styles in Muhammad: His Life Based on the Earliest Sources

Martin Lings
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Muhammad: His Life Based on the Earliest Sources is written by Martin Lings. Lings has degrees in English and Arabic from Oxford University and London University. He spent twelve years as a lecturer at Cairo University. Lings has also served as a consultant to the World of Islam Festival Trust, as well as the British Museum's Keeper of Oriental Manuscripts. He has published several works on the topic of Islamic mysticism as well as two volumes of poetry. He is also the author of The Secret of Shakespeare, Ancient Beliefs and Modern Superstitions. In addition, Lings has been published in a number of scholarly journals and encyclopaedia.

Lings writes this work from the perspective of an academic, using an authoritative third-person point of view. His other work in this area indicates that Islam is an area that Lings is interested in, but the reader is not given any...

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