Diwan Ibn Al-Mu'tazz (2 vol hc) ديوان ابن المعتز

By: Ibn al-Mu'tazz, Abd Allah (861-908 CE) ابن المعتز، عبد الله،

Language: Arabic


In a two volume set, poetry of Ibn al-Mu'tazz (861-908 CE), the Arab poet of the Abbasid period. Ibn al-Mu'tazz was from a political family with a tragic background, but stayed out of politics and lived a privileged life during which time he wrote poetry. In 908 he was convinced to become caliph, but after a single day and night was forced into hiding and then assassinated (as was his father and grandfather).

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Product Details
Pages: 1117 pp in 2 volumes
Publisher:Dar Al-Kitab Al-Arabi, Beirut 1995
Dimensions:17.5 x 24.5 CM
Topic:Early Arabic Poetry - 9th Century CE
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