عنوان المقالة [English]
Abdul'azimal-Rabi'i is a contemporary Arab poet, nurtured in the literary tradition of Najaf, Iraq, who wrote many poems on the virtues of Ahl al-Bayt and how they were wronged. Life and poetry of Al-Rabi’i is not much known to Iranian researchers. This study therefore intends to focus on him using an analytical-descriptive methodology. The findings show that al-Rabi’i, neglecting the New Poetry style, chooses the ode (Qasida) and quatrain (Rubai) forms for writing his poems, each of which provides him with different poetic capacities. He uses odes for presenting themes in greater details, often mixed with supplications and pleading intercession. His quatrains, on the other hand, often quickly touch on a philosophical subtle theme, mostly to present an argument or poetic opposition.
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