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Jqd, 11,11, Anbari, p. ). lVaf~r. 137 For comment see note 2S7 on p. 37 of thIS translatIOn. 13S. Grammarian, founder of the SCIence of prosody, d. 791. 139. Poet, author of the fIrst attempt at a systematIC treatment of poetICS, calIph for one day, kIlled on December 29, 90S. 140. Badi', p. 36 (Kratchkovsky lIsts no parallel). 141. 175. " By the fIrst haujal he means the earth and by the second the camel steed. 150 SimIlarly the verse of Ziyad al-A'Jam. 153 142. 18. 143. Qur'dn 22 60. 144. Bad£', p.
And s. v. 'Amr b. Mas'ud. QuotatIOns: Naqahd, pp. 146 and 328, 'lqd, III, 347; Anbari, p. 741; Aguni, XII, 153; S1,n, p. 254; AmdU, I, 77; Murtada, I, 77, and III, 48, III a note to a verse by Ahmad b. Jandal, Iqt1,dab, p. 123; LA, VII, 203 18 and XIII, 3816. Tawil. All these authOrItIes ascrIbe the verse to Sawwar b. Hayyan, WIth the exceptIOn of Stn, who names Qals b. ,lIm, and of LA, VII, 203, who conSIders Jarir the author. " Another (poet) said. ISS "The TImes (lit .. " Another (poet) said.
ArdCZf wa't·tawCZb~'. Qurc'ida, p. 22, records the fact that the term tatbi'-whICh IS apparently Ibn Rasiq's chOICe -IS replaced by some WIth ~rddf Al-lJafaJi, S~rr, p. 218, follows the earlIer dehmtIOns of the fIgure the aesthetIC effectIveness of whICh he trIeS to analyse. He mdICates that ~rdCZf and tatbi', are used to deSIgnate It, eIther together or separately. Mehren, p. 178, defmes the term m commentmg on as-Suyilti (d. 1505), 'Uqud al-Jurru2,n, III 42-3, p. 114 of Mehren, ArabIC text. Accordmg to FawCZ'~d, p.
A tenth-century document of Arabic literary theory and criticism by MuhÌ£ammad ibn al-TÌ£ayyib BaÌ„qillaÌ„niÌ„