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Chemins de poésie

Abstract : The Arab anthologists of the first centuries of the Hegira considered Imrû'l-Qays to be the greatest anti-Islamic poet. They recounted that, as a prince dispossessed of his kingdom, he died consumed in the tunic of a new Nessus. Does he belong to history or only to legend? Difficult to say.
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Dominique Casajus. Chemins de poésie. Qantara, Institut du Monde Arabe, 2008, pp.42-43. ⟨halshs-02617441⟩



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