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known in Sufism as tajalli, although unfortunately the 16-page booklet offers no translations of Abu Nawas' verse.
The Loss of Reason and the Sin Contra Natura 35
59; complete translation of Abu Nuwas in. Hamori, Art, pp. 120, 123-24.
Riding the She-Camel into the Desert
classical Arabic poetry for the beauty and cultural insight. I provide here a translation of two poems by two classical Arabic poets: al-Mutanabbi and Abu Nuwas.
Entre el delito y el deleite: la traducción del universo báquico de
Key words: wine, poetry, translation, Arabic, Abu Nuwas. Quaderns. Rev.
AL-MUTANABBI STREET By Lutfia Alduleimi Before I was born in al
I heard the great classical poet Abu Nuwas, as he walked next to me, recite an elegy for our burning 2008 Translation by Hosam Aboul-Ela.

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Princeton Online Arabic Poetry Project
Abu Nuwas: Don't Cry for Layla · Abu Nuwas: The Wretch Paused All translations by Nancy Coffin.
Gay Arab Poetry - Abu Nuwas - Islamic gay poet
Abu Nuwas, a biography of the gay Arab poet, with examples of homosexual poetry. Carousing with Gazelles: Homoerotic Songs of Old
Abu Nuwas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Translations. O Tribe That Loves Boys. Hakim Bey (Entimos Press / Abu Nuwas Society, 1993).
African Books Collective: Tales of Abunuwas and Other Stories

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