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  1. Nezami was orphaned early and lived with his maternal uncle Khwajah Umar.
  2. Nezami is a major literary figure to both Azeris and Persians.
  3. Nezami was born in Ganja, one of the major cities of the Atabekan-e-Azerbaijan, part of the Seljuk Empire, where he remained his whole life.
  4. Nezami was influenced greatly by Ferdowsi, Sanai, Asad Gorgani, Asadi Tusi, Rudaki and other poets before him.
  5. Nezami was married three times.

Arabic Poetry

  1. Arabic poetry is categorized into two main types, rhymed or measured, and prose with the earlier greatly preceding the latter.
  2. Arabic poetry is categorized into two main types, rhymed or measured, with the earlier greatly preceding the latter.
  3. Arabic poetry is categorized into two main types, rhythmical or measured, and prose with the earlier greatly preceding the later.
  4. Arabic poetry is the earliest work of Arabic literature.

Asadi Tusi

  1. In this respect, Ferdowsi surpasses Nezami, Khayyam, Asadi Tusi, and other seminal Persian literary figures in his impact on Persian culture and language.
  2. Numerous fragments, however, are preserved in the Persian lexicon of Asadi Tusi (the Lughat al-Furs, ed.
  3. The Garshaspnama epic is the major work of Asadi Tusi containing 9000 couplets. (Web site)


  1. Yonis Reuf (1917-1948) known as Dildar, was a Kurdish poet.
  2. It was written by the Kurdish poet Dildar in 1938, when he was in a jail.
  3. Ji ber ku helbest--n Dildar y--n welatpar--ziy-- b--n, ser-- w-- gelek caran ketiye belay--, ew xistine hepis -- z--ndanan.

Ghassan Kanafani

  1. Ghassan Kanafani is a major Palestinian author. (Web site)


  1. Persian was the language of the nobility, literary circles, and the royal Mughal courts for hundreds of years.
  2. Some Azerbaijani poets however, such as Qatran Tabrizi (d465 A.H.), used the word "Persian" and "Pahlavi" interchangeably to describe their native language. (Web site)
  3. Persian is a dialect which was spoken by the clergy (Zoroastrian) and those who associated with them and is the language of the cities of Fars.
  4. Persian is an Iranian tongue belonging to the Indo-Iranian branch of the Indo-European family of languages. (Web site)

Yehuda Amichai

  1. Yehuda Amichai is one of the leading contemporary Hebrew poets. (Web site)
  2. Yehuda Amichai was born in Germany and grew up in Palestine.
  3. Yehuda Amichai was born in Würzburg, Germany, to a merchant family of Orthodox Jews. (Web site)
  4. Yehuda Amichai was born in Wurzburg Germany, in 1924, to a religious family. (Web site)
  5. Yehuda Amichai was born in Wurzburg, Germany, in 1924 and emigrated with his family to Palestine in 1936. (Web site)

Abdellatif Laabi

  1. Abdellatif Laabi was arrested and spent eight years in jail from 1972 to 1980.
  2. Abdellatif Laabi was born in 1942 in Fez. (Web site)
  3. Abdellatif Laabi was born in Fez, Morocco, to a Muslim family. (Web site)

Abdullah Ibn Al-Muqaffa

  1. From the east, and in a very different literary genre, Abdullah Ibn al-Muqaffa translated the animal fables of the Panchatantra.
  2. While Rouzbeh ( Abdullah Ibn al-Muqaffa, 8th century) still distinguished between Pahlavi (i.e.
  3. While others, relying on the statements of Abdullah Ibn al-Muqaffa, believe that Dari was the language of Capital.

Abdullah Abdulrahman

  1. Faruk Abdullah Abdulrahman is a leading member of the Turkoman Front of Iraq, a political group representing the country's ethnic Turkomans. (Web site)
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Abdulla Goran

  1. The well known sorani poets include Abdulla Goran (founder of the free verse poetry in Kurdish), Sherko Bekas, Abdulla Pashew, Qanih.
  2. Others include the father of Kurdish literature, Ehmed-- Xan--, and the founder of modern Kurdish poetry, Abdulla Goran.

Agi Mishol

  1. Agi Mishol was born in Hungary in 1947.
  2. Agi Mishol: The poet Rachel (1890-1931) is considered feminine; it's hard to explain but I prefer power, not passivity and softness, beauty and romance. (Web site)
  3. Agi Mishol: To everything its own demand. (Web site)
  4. Agi Mishol: What you see in Ha'aretz represents the taste of the editor; it's a matter of taste. (Web site)

Ahmad Kasravi

  1. Ahmad Kasravi was born on September 29,1890, or 8 Mehr 1269, in the city of Tabriz.
  2. Ahmad Kasravi was the first intellectual to develop a unified analytic paradigm with which to examine constitutionalism in Iran.


  1. Ahvaz is the anagram of "Avaz" and "Avaja" which appear in Darius's epigraph. (Web site)
  2. Ahvaz was close to the front lines and suffered badly during the war. (Web site)
  3. Ahvaz was devastated in the bloody Mongol invasions of the 13th and 14th centuries. (Web site)


  1. Death of the theologian al-Juwayni, teacher of al-Ghazali (d.
  2. In his major treatise, Al-Irshad, Al-Juwayni sets forth the more popular argument from temporality or huduth.
  3. Ibn Shakir reports that once infor-mation reached the Khwajah that Hulagu intended to kill `Ana' al-Din al-Juwayni.


  1. The album is the summary of a year of intensive work trying to portrait through music her life in Israel and in Brazil. (Web site)
  2. The album was highly influenced by Nezami and his poetry of unrequited love.
  3. The album was recieved with enthusiasm and got excellent reviews. (Web site)

Alexander Shirvanzade

  1. Alexander Shirvanzade (1858-1935) is generally regarded as one of the great exponents of the Armenian realist novel. (Web site)
  2. Alexander Shirvanzade (1858-1935) je obecně považován za jeden z velkých zastánců Arménského realisty román. (Web site)
  3. Artist - "Artist" by Alexander Shirvanzade The most well-known plays presented by Hrachia Ghaplanyan on the stage of the Yerevan Dramatic Theatre: 1. (Web site)


  1. The alphabet was phased out in favour of Cyrillic in the late 1930s. (Web site)
  2. The alphabet was phased out in favour of Tajik alphabet#Cyrillic in the late 1930s.


  1. Alterman was a man of myriad contradictions, and neither his supporters nor his critics could ever pin him down for certain on many issues. (Web site)
  2. Alterman was also known for his outstanding translations of Shakespeare, Racine, and Moliere. (Web site)

Amin Maalouf

  1. Amin Maalouf was a journalist in Lebanon until the civil war in 1975, when he left for Paris with his family. (Web site)
  2. Amin Maalouf was born in Beirut on 25 February 1949 to a Christian family. (Web site)


  1. The author is a relatively unusual voice, even in the context of Jewish blogging. (Web site)
  2. The author is a well-known Iranian scholar. (Web site)

Baba Tahir

  1. Songs and maxims of Baba Tahir was originally read in Pahlavi, lurish, kurdish and Hamadani's dialects taken their present form in the course of time. (Web site)
  2. Baba Tahir, (11th Century), Poet and B--b of the Yarsan branch of Yazidism, born in Hamadan. (Web site)
  3. Baba Tahir Oryan?s mysticism, philosophy, and sentiments are captured in quatrains of simple and uniform metre.


  1. Baghdad was a city of poets, many of whom were patronised by the Abbasid caliphs. (Web site)
  2. Baghdad was renowned as a city of scholarship and learning. (Web site)


  1. BEIRUT: For the past three years, the Beirut Street Festival has been celebrating art and culture by bringing performance to the street.
  2. Beirut was bombed almost constantly from 13 June to 12 August to drive the PLO guerrillas out of the city. (Web site)
  3. Beirut was the center of experimental poetry, especially the magazine Shi'r (Poetry), edited by Yusuf al-Khal.
  4. Beirut was the centre of experimental poetry, especially the magazine Shi'r (Poetry), edited by Yusuf al-Khal. (Web site)

Benjamin Balint

  1. Benjamin Balint is a writer based at the Van Leer Institute in Jerusalem.
  2. Benjamin Balint is a writer living in Jerusalem. (Web site)

Benny Ziffer

  1. Recently, Benny Ziffer, the editor of the literary pages of Haaretz newspaper, called for the boycott of the "Salon" too. (Web site)
  2. Benny Ziffer, an Israeli writer, was the first to suggest that the Paris book fair, which has Israel as a guest of honor, should be boycotted.


  1. Berachyah Ben Natronai Hanakdan, commonly known as Berachya, was a Jewish poet, author and philosopher. (Web site)
  2. The literary fame of Berachyah is chiefly founded upon his Mishle Shualin (Fox Fables).


  1. Byron is the main character of the film Byron by the Greek film maker Nikos Koundouros.
  2. Byron was registered at school in Aberdeen as George Byron Gordon. (Web site)

Dahlia Ravikovitch

  1. In all, Dahlia Ravikovitch published ten volumes of poetry in her native Hebrew. (Web site)
  2. Dahlia Ravikovitch (1936-2005) was born in a suburb of Tel Aviv. (Web site)
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Ehud Manor

  1. Ehud Manor is one of Israel's best known and loved figures. (Web site)

Elisha Porat

  1. Elisha Porat is a Hebrew-Israeli poet and writer.
  2. Elisha Porat is a kibbutznik writer who has won many prizes for his work in poetry and prose.
  3. Elisha Porat is an enthralling writer, and the haunting portrayals one finds in his fiction also run throughout his equally excellent poetry. (Web site)
  4. Elisha Porat: For many years I was a captive, a total captive, of Jerusalem. (Web site)

Emile Habibi

  1. He had permission to return for the funeral of his friend Emile Habibi (a writer) and to visit his hometown but for only a few days.
  2. Emile Habibi dies in Haifa, where he was born. (Web site)
  3. Israel honoured Emile Habibi in 1986, before the intifada might have made such a choice politically shrewd. (Web site)


  1. Enheduanna is a well-respected Master dance teacher that has instructed belly dance classes nationwide.
  2. Enheduanna is a woman in ancient history, whose role shows the diverse demands of women of all time.
  3. Enheduanna is the first author whose poems are highly politicized in their outrage at the downfall of her father's imperial command.
  4. Enheduanna is the first known writer in human history.
  5. Enheduanna is the old fashion in which high priests and temples write and present hymns to one or more deities, while later kings praise themselves. (Web site)

Eva Jablonka

  1. Eva Jablonka is a geneticist known especially for her work on epigenetic inheritance.


  1. S Faizi is a writer from Kerala, India who specializes on global issues.
  2. That night I slept in what was basically a glass box divided by tattered curtains, Faizi's rapid reconversion from indoor bazaar. (Web site)
  3. Faizi ( 1547 - 1595) was the poet laureate of Akbar's Court. (Web site)

Faqi Tayran

  1. Faqi Tayran was from Mukus (Miks) and he was son of the Lord of Mukus.


  1. Ferdowsi is one of the undisputed giants of Persian literature. (Web site)
  2. Ferdowsi was born in 935 in a village near Tus, in Greater Khorasan (now part of the Iranian province Razavi Khorasan). (Web site)
  3. Ferdowsi was born in the Iranian province of Khorasan, in a village near Tus (Baj), in 935.
  4. Ferdowsi was buried at the yard of his own home, where his mausoleum now lies. (Web site)
  5. Ferdowsi was grieved by the fall of the Iranian empire and its subsequent rule by Arabs and Turks.

Forough Farrokhzad

  1. Forough Farrokhzad was born on January 5, 1935 in Tehran into a middle class family of seven children (the third of seven children).
  2. Forough Farrokhzad was not concerned in her poetry with the question of Arabs and Iranians. (Web site)
  3. Forough Farrokhzad: the bitter loss.

Forugh Farrokhzad

  1. Forugh Farrokhzad was the first woman poet in over a thousand years of.
  2. Forugh Farrokhzad was mainly under the influence of Ebrahim Golestan, a notable Iranian scholar.
  3. Forugh Farrokhzad was born in 1935 Tehran into a middle class family of seven children.
  4. Forugh Farrokhzad was born in 1935 to a middle-class family of seven in Tehran, Iran.
  5. Forugh Farrokhzad was born on January 5, 1935, into a large family, the third of seven children.


  1. Gorani is classified in some sources as a branch of Kurdish [3] and [4].


  1. Habibi was able, like no other, to express the passions of the Palestinians who stayed in their lands after the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948. (Web site)
  2. Habibi was an Orthodox Christian by birth and an orthodox Marxist by choice, but his literature is inseparable from his Arab Islamic heritage. (Web site)
  3. Habibi was very poignant in his comments on the undoing and failures of "state policies". (Web site)

Hagop Hagopian

  1. ASALA's founder Hagop Hagopian was assassinated on a sidewalk in an affluent neighborhood in Athens, Greece on April 28, 1988.
  2. A picture of Simonian and a trim, youthful-looking Hagop Hagopian appears in the Armenian Observer, Aug. (Web site)
  3. The author of "Khent" whose real name was Hagop Hagopian, is well known by his pseudonym, Raffi. (Web site)


  1. Hejar was born in the city of Mahabad in north-western Iran.
  2. Hejar was one of the most prolific Kurdish writers.

Husein Muhammed

  1. Husein Muhammed is a Kurdish writer and translator.

Ibn Al-Farid

  1. Although hailed throughout the Muslim world as one of the great spiritual classics, Ibn al-Farid's Poem of the Sufi Way has also been controversial.
  2. Using biographies, hagiographies, polemics, legal rulings, histories, and novels, Homerin traces the course of Ibn al-Farid's saintly reputation. (Web site)
  3. Still, some critics argue that there remains a certain doubt as to whether Ibn al-Farid was sincere in his poems. (Web site)

Ibn Hawqal

  1. Ibn Hawqal was clearly more than an editor; he was a traveler who spent much of his time writing about the areas and things he had seen.
  2. Ibn Hawqal was clearly more than an editor; he was a traveller who spent much of his time writing about the areas and things he had seen.

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