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Le poème en lām d’Abū Kabīr al-Hudalī : introduction, traduction et notes

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The lāmiyya is the most famous poem by Abū Kabīr al-Hudalī, who is one of the most famous poets of the Hudayl tribe. According to Blachère, it is an “exercice d’école”. If so, it is a successful one, both thematically and stylistically. Thematically, nostalgia for youth serves as a frame for the evocation of mankind’s great deeds, such as love and war. Stylistically, the poem is made up of parallelisms. The annotation consists mainly of a linguistic and literary commentary. We have opted for a poetic translation.

Affiliations: 1: Université de Provence et IREMAM (Aix-en-Provence)


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