Abū l-Fara?'s profiles of poets a 4th/10th century essay at the history and sociology of Arabic literature
In the hands of the authors the story becomes the bearer of the theological ideas and moral views which the novelists and poets and their times espoused.
Not only did our Jesuit poets claim to have suffered from it, but so did prominent members of the 'Accademia degl'Investiganti', a scientific society in Naples that was at odds with both the religious and medical establishments.
In the face of many challenges after the Second World War, poets felt the need for a poetics of regeneration, a mythical method that could superimpose a totalizing vision on a seemingly dying land and civilization.
Although modern poets developed different commemorative strategies, recollection undergoes re-tailoring in view of each poet's commitment at a certain time.
DOING THINGS WITH ODES: A POET'S PLEDGES OF ALLEGIANCE: IBN DARRāJ AL-QASTALLī'S Hā'IYYAH TO AL-MANSūR AND RāIYYAH TO AL-MUNDHIR
Lü Bicheng is remembered today mostly for her accomplishment as a poet in the classical ci genre (song lyrics).
Simon Armitage defines his own position as a poet as on the border where urban and rural environments meet.
Significant childhood events may give rise to "key images" that unconsciously bring life, energy, and universality to a poet's work.
In this article, a poet examines how her work in nursing helped reveal, through poetry, her own key images; and she suggests ways other writers might encourage intense personal imagery to enter their own poems or the poems of their students.
THESURAOF THE POETS, QUR'AN XXVI: FINAL CONCLUSIONS
In contrast, the poets ofshi'r al-ammiyyabelieve that both the standardfush>amp;amp;aand the colloquial'ammiyyaare fit for poetic expression.
In JAL (2004), an article by Professor Irfan Shahīd appeared, definantly entitled "The Sūra of the Poets, Qur?ān xxvi: Final Conclusions." That article, however, offers neither an analytical study nor an exegetical interpretation of Sura xxvi.
This paper examines how the suicides of singing-girls and young gentry women were commemorated by the poets Kang Hai (1475-1541) and Wang Jiusi (1468- 1551) whose devotion to wine, women, and song were, and still are, legendary.
The ethical taboos for the married couple and the collective unconsciousness that characterizes the whole age caused the poets during the Han, Wei and Six Dynasties to disregard the husband-wife relationship.