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Introducing Al-Mutanabbi

Ibrahim A. Mumayiz

Introducing Al-Mutanabbi

by Ibrahim A. Mumayiz

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Published in [ ] : Ministry of Information Publications, Republic of Iraq, [197 ] .
Written in English


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Statementby Ibrahim Mumayiz.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 83/7198 (P)
The Physical Object
Pagination52 p. ; 22 cm.
Number of Pages52
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4441556M
LC Control Number79103030

Al-Mutanabbi Street in the heart of Baghdad, is named after the 10th century Arab poet Abu’ Tayib al-Mutanabbi. For centuries the winding street has been the center of Iraqi literary movements. Lined with booksellers and bookshops, scholars, poets, readers, writers and artists met to . The introduction discusses Al-Mutanabbi's life, style, influence and critics. There follows a selection from his poems, in the original Arabic, with a literal translation into English on the facing page and notes on points of language and style at the foot. There is also a concluding chapter on textual variants, the problems of translation and Author: A Arberry.

This anthology begins with a historical introduction to al-Mutanabbi Street and includes the writing of Iraqis as well as a wide swath of international poets and writers who were outraged by this attack. Exploring the question Where does al-Mutanabbi Street start?, the book . Introducing Al-Mutanabbi. Jan ; I Mumayiz Mumayiz, I. (). Introducing Al-Mutanabbi. This book is the first comprehensive account of the phonology and morphology of Arabic. It is a.

Even though al-Mutanabbi has been the subject of a considerable number of studies from a variety of perspectives, in both the East and the West, not much attention has been paid to the humanistic aspect or to the psychology of the man himself, with the exception of a article by J.E. Montgomery entitled "Al-Mutanabbi and the Psychology of.   The introduction discusses Al-Mutanabbi's life, style, influence and critics. There follows a selection from his poems, in the original Arabic, with a literal translation into English on the facing page and notes on points of language and style at the foot.


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