The Vernacular Qur'an: Translation and the Rise of Persian Exegesis
Oxford University Press
Examines the debates surrounding the translatability of the Qur'an in early Islamic intellectual history and explores early practices of translating the Qur'an into Persian and the development of vernacular exegetical literature in Khurasan and Central Asia from tenth to thirteenth centuries. --author-supplied description
Zadeh, Travis E. The vernacular Qur'an: Translation and the rise of Persian exegesis. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2012.