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Arabian Love Poems eBook º Arabian Love PDF or نزار قباني‎ was a Syrian diplomat poet and publisher His poetic style combines simplicity and elegance in exploring themes of love eroticism feminism religion and Arab nationalism abbani is one of the most revered contemporary poets in the Arab world and is considered to be Syria's National PoetWhen abbani was 15 his sister who was 25 at the time committed suicide because she refused to marry a man she did not love During her funeral he decided to fight the social conditions he saw as causing her death When asked whether he was a revolutionary the poet answered “Love in the Arab world is like a prisoner and I want to set it free I want to free the Arab soul sense and body with my poetry The relationships between men and women in our society are not healthy” He is known as one of the most feminist and progressive intellectuals of his timeWhile a student in college he wrote his first collection of poems entitled The Brunette Told Me It was a collection of romantic verses that made several startling references to a woman's body sending shock waves throughout the conservative society in Damascus To make it acceptable abbani showed it to Munir al Ajlani the minister of education who was also a friend of his father and a leading nationalist leader in Syria Ajlani liked the poems and endorsed them by writing the preface for Nizar's first bookThe city of Damascus remained a powerful muse in his poetry most notably in the Jasmine Scent of Damascus The 1967 Six Day War also influenced his poetry and his lament for the Arab cause The defeat marked a ualitative shift in abbani's work – from erotic love poems to poems with overt political themes of rejectionism and resistance For instance his poem Marginal Notes on the Book of Defeat a stinging self criticism of Arab inferiority drew anger from both the right and left sides of the Arab political dialogue

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