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Arabic Literary Links
Arabic literature, literary works written in the Arabic language. The great body of Arabic literature includes works by Arabic speaking Turks, Persians, Syrians, Egyptians, Indians, Jews, and other Africans and Asians, as well as the Arabs themselves.The first significant Arabic literature was produced during the medieval golden age of lyric poetry, from the 4th to the 7th cent.

The poems are strongly personal qasida, or odes, often very short, with some longer than 100 lines. They treat the life of the tribe and themes of love, fighting, courage, and the chase.

The poet speaks directly, not romantically, of nature and the power of God. (To read more, click here…)