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Published by E.J. Brill in Leiden, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Qasidas -- History and criticism.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Stefan Sperl and Christopher Shackle ; consultant to the editors, Nicholas Awde.
    SeriesStudies in Arabic literature,, v. 20
    ContributionsSperl, Stefan, 1950-, Shackle, C.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPJ7542.Q3 Q24 1995
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL806169M
    ISBN 109004102957, 9004103872, 9004104526
    LC Control Number95042756

    Qasida poems from famous poets and best qasida poems to feel good. Most beautiful qasida poems ever written. Read all poems for : Yehudah Halevi. In Qasida Poetry in Islamic Asia and Africa. Vol. I: Classical Traditions and Modern Meanings. Publication of the Qasida Conference of the School of Oriental and African Studies, Leiden, E. J. Brill, Translations from Necatī, Hayalī, Namık Kemal, Attila İlhan in Qasida Poetry in Islamic Asia and Africa. Vol II. Leiden E. J. Brill,

    In the book: Qasida poetry in Islamic Asia and Africa. Vol. 1: Classical traditions and modern meanings, ed. Stefan Sperl & Christopher Shackle. Leiden etc., Brill, p [The Swahili texts of 2 qasa'id with parallel English translations are given in vol. 2, p]. POETRY: Swahili Bollig, Michael. Qasida burda sharif arabic-urdu-Eng envoyée par siyamme sur. Qasida Burda Sharif English-Urdu-Arabic Mukarram Ali khan. 1 See Stefan and Christopher Shackle Sperl, ed, Qasida Poetry in Islamic Asia and Africa, ed. On the Burdah and its commentaries in the English language.A verseFile Size: 61KB.

    Qasida poetry in Islamic Asia and Africa: 1, Classical traditions and modern meanings: 2, Eulogy’s bounty, meaning's abundance: an anthology. Leiden: Brill. xxiv, pp.; xiv, pp. ‘Settings of panegyric: the secular qasida in Mughal and British India.’. Originating in pre-Islamic Arabia and enduring to this day, the qasida is among the most important poetic forms in the Muslim world, spreading as Islam spread, and adapting to the needs of each culture and each new era. It is usually fewer than lines, with one of a number of possible meters and a single end-rhyme sustained throughout the poem.


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Eliot's The Waste Land. References. In his ninth-century "Book of Poetry and Poets" (Kitab al-shi'r wa-al-shu'ara ') the Arabian writer Ibn Qutaybah describes the (Arabic) qasida as being constituted of three parts: the nasīb: a nostalgic opening in which the poet reflects on what has passed.

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Qasida Poetry in Islamic Asia and Africa (2 Vol Set) (Studies in Arabic Literature, Vol 20) Published by Brill Academic Publishers () ISBN ISBN The chief literary types, all poetic forms developed according to traditional rules, were the qasida, the ghazel, the qitah, the masnavi, and the robaʿi.

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