The Travels of IBN Fudayl Paperback / softback
The Travels of Ibn Fudayl is a satirical tale written in the style of an academic who has translated a medieval manuscript.
It comes complete with foreword, introduction, bibliography and copious footnotes that poke fun at the pretentious world of academia, whilst chronicling Ibn Fudayl's experiences in Al-Andalus.
In particular, how his search for wisdom leads him to meet the philosopher Al-Homsi, the world's most ignorant man.
It is their friendship and love for worthless knowledge that enables Ibn Fudayl to reach the upper echelons of Andalusian society.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 95 pages
- Publisher: Darf Publishers Ltd
- Publication Date: 02/10/2017
- Category: Historical fiction
- ISBN: 9781850773030