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ʿAlā maḏhab al-Ḥamdawī: Ibn ar-Rūmīs ṭailasān-Gedichte

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The Baṣran poet al-Ḥamdawī (fl. ca. 816–884) composed about 50 mocking epigrams on the worn-out ṭailasān (wrap), given to him by his patron, Ibn Ḥarb. These verses helped al-Ḥamdawī to some fame, the ṭailasān of Ibn Ḥarb however, became more famous. Al-Ḥamdawī found many imitators, the most prominent of whom was Ibn ar-Rūmī. The article presents Ibn ar-Rūmī’s ṭailasān-poems in text and translation, and investigates as to how far Ibn ar-Rūmī modified al-Ḥamdawī’s ideas (maʿānī) or created new ones. In conclusion, some thoughts on the reception of Ibn ar-Rūmī’s poems and on their genre are brought forward.

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