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Poetry

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This chapter offers three samples of poetry, but from diverse authors, themes and periods. Andalusi Arabic (AA) was unique in its time and would remain so for centuries amidst Arab lands, namely, that its speakers were aware, even proud of the zest and personality of their dialect and not a bit ashamed of it, to the point that they sometimes preferred it over CA for literary purposes such as folk poetry and proverb collections.

Keywords: Andalusi Arabic (AA); folk poetry

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