Di'bil b. 'Alī (765--860) was regarded by his contemporaries as one of the best satirists in the school of Arabic poets which flourished during the early 'Abbāsid age. Leon Zolondek has collected, translated, and annotated 229 fragments of Di'bil's verse and has assembled materials for a reconstruction of his long-lost yet widely quotedBook of the Poets. Arabic texts of the poems and of the citations ofBook of the Poetsare included.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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