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Republic of Love: Selected Poems in English and Arabic)] [Author: Nizar Kabbani ] published on (May, ) on qojywyko.tk *FREE* shipping on qualifying. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Nizar Kabbani () started writing at age 16; at 21 he published his first collection of love poems. Kabbani is the.
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The bearers of much of pain are the civilians who lose their relatives, their families and experience exiles as a result of these antagonistic behaviors. Love and politics are some of the most dominating themes in Arab poetry. This is because most of the poets must talk about these themes at some point in his or her piece of work or poem. In order to understand the way that these themes have been depicted, it is prudent to use some of the poets and their poems and analyze them, which will provide a better understanding of these themes.
The poets who can be used to give a clear outlook of love and poetry are Qabbani, Darwish, Mahfouz, Kanfani, Adonis and Mosteghanemi. All these poets wrote something related to these two themes during their tenures as poets since some of them have already died.
This paper will make a critical analysis of works of these poets in terms of the way these themes are depicted or manifest themselves in their work, which will mean that this is the same trend among all Arabic societies which range from Middle East and North Africa. He writes about romance, sexuality and feminism among Arabic societies.
He can be said to be among the few people who first saw the big gap that existed between men and women in society. Want to read all 7 pages? You've reached the end of your free preview.