TITLE

Cahiliye Şairi Abduyeğûs b. Vakkâs el-Hârisî'nin Kendine Söylediği Mersiyesi

AUTHOR(S)
KAZAN, Ramazan
PUB. DATE
January 2011
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;kis2011, Vol. 15 Issue 46, p265
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
It is known that the poetry of the pre-Islam has deep effects on the subsequent ages, in terms of style, theme, from and other features. The dirge worked in this study is a rare example of its kind, in which he reads the dirge regarding himself. The poet reads his dirge, as a leader of his tribe, during his capture and waiting for the death. This dirge, consists of 20 verses. It deals with the vaule of the poet and in the pre-Islamic period, as well as distinctive features. During the literatual analysis, we especially focused on metre, rhyming letters/rawiyy, following by its traslation, rarely-known words, important grammatical rules and its literatural aspects.
ACCESSION #
83752277

 

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