The Persian Effect on Abdulsamad Bin Babak's Poetry

1Ali Kadhim Ali Almadani

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Abstract:

Abdulsamad Bin Babak is an Arabic poet who belongs to Saleem tribe, Baghdad, where he died there in the year 410 A.H- 1020 A.C. He moved a lot between Iraq and Persia in the courts of Buyid princes. Due to his travels and visits to Persia, there is a vivid impact of Persian language, culture, traditions in his poetry. The study attempts to reveal this effect on cultural exchange between the two neighbouring nations, the Arab and the Persian.

Keywords:

Ibn Babak, Persian effect, Abdulsamad Bin Mansour, Persian words and Buyid state.

Paper Details
Month4
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 4
Pages8429-8435