The Wine Song in Classical Arabic Poetry: Abu Nuwas and the Literary Tradition

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GENERAL INDEX
al-'Abbās b. al-Aḥnaf34, 42, 57 n., 74, 77, 79-81
al-'Abbās b. 'Ubayd Allāh213 n.
'Abbāsid period 1-2, 4-8, 11, 14, 17-19, 22, 34, 36 n., 57, 74, 90, 94, 100-1, 103, 105, 107, 109-10, 147-9, 153, 164, 170, 182, 190, 241, 253
'Abd al-Ḥamīd al-Kātib206
'Abd al-Malik (Umayyad Caliph) 53-4
'Abd al-Masīḥ b. 'Asala9, 151
'Abd al-Qādir al-Jurjānī192
'Abd Qays b. Khufāf86 n.
'Abd al-Raḥmān b. Arṭāt154
'Abda b. al-Ṭabīb10, 195
'Abīd b. al-Abraṣ150
abstinence 7, 14, 16, 40, 46, 94, 97, 99, 109, 143-5, 155, 164, 175, 177, 178-81, 183, 186, 194-5, 199-201, 203, 205-9, 214-16, 219, 224-5, 240
Abū l-Aš'āth b. Qays261
Abū l-'Atāhiya90, 101-3, 105, 107 n., 110-11, 113 n., 118-28, 130, 133, 145, 148, 171-3, 203-4, 217-18, 227, 239
Abū Ayyūb134 n., 170
Abū l-Ayyūb al-Ṭāhirī148 n.
Abū Dhu'ayb al-Hudhalī20-1, 62, 87 n.
Abū Dulaf206
Abū Dulāma206
Abū l-Hindī26, 28-9, 57 n., 65, 100, 241, 244
Abū 'l-Hudhail191 n.
Abū Jilda al-Yaškurī 9, 27 n., 81, 105, 154, 164-8, 177 n., 205
Abū Miḥjan al-Thaqafī6-7, 11-12, 21, 25, 47, 106, 155, 175, 204, 241, 243
Abū Mismā' 257
Abii Murra230
see also Iblīs Abū Nuwās1-2, 4-8, 10-19, 22, 24-6, 30-1, 34, 36-40, 42, 46-54, 56-61, 64-9, 73-5, 80-5, 88 n., 90 n., 101-3, 111-15, 117-18, 120, 131, 133-6, 141, 145-9, 153, 155, 157, 160 n., 164, 166, 168-73, 175-7, 180-4, 186-8, 191-2, 194, 196-7, 204, 208-14, 15 n., 218-20, 222-7, 229-34, 236-43, 245 n.
Abū 'š-Šamaqmaq25 n.
Abū l-Š19, 203, 208, 240, 244, 246
Abū Tammām87 n.
Adam 179, 181, 231
'adhl, 'ādhil97, 108 n., 150, 166-8, 180, 195, 215 see also censure
'Adī ibn Zayd1, 6-7, 10, 20, 37 n., 88-9, 120
' Afīf b. Ma'dīkarib202
al-Aghānī6 n., 20 n., 36 n., 57, 59 n., 81, 88 n., 155-6, 159 n., 161 n., 163, 165, 188 n., 201 n., 205-6, 225 n.
al-Aḥnaf b. Qays161-4
al-Aḥwaṣ 11
al-Akhṭal 5-6, 19, 94-7, 106-8, 118, 155 n., 158, 168-9
'Alī b. Jabala24 n., 206-7
Allāh 201 see also God
'Alqama b. 'Abada10, 152 n.
al-Amīn (' Abbāsid Caliph) 39, 215
'Ammār Dhū l-Kibār81
'Amra l-Khath'ammiyya104 n.
'Amr b. Kulthūm144 n., 146-8
'Amr ibn Qamī'a1, 93 n., 150-1, 157
anaphora118, 133 n., 138, 218
ancient poetry 4, 7 n., 18, 30, 47, 49, 52, 69, 74, 95, 102, 119, 122, 129, 137, 155, 182, 243
andalusian poets 69, 74 n.
'Antara 139, 152-4, 195
'aql (reason, mind) 128, 165, 167, 178-9, 197
al-'Aqqād 14
'ār (shame, disgrace) 224

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The Wine Song in Classical Arabic Poetry: Abu Nuwas and the Literary Tradition
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Contents xi
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Khamr, Nasīb, and Ghazal 19
  • Conclusion: Muslim B. Al-Walīd and Abū Nuwās 81
  • 2 - Islam and Al-Dahr in the Khamriyya 86
  • Conclusion 148
  • 3 - Hijā', the Bacchic Naqā'Iḍ, and the Rhetorical Wine Poem 149
  • 4 - Ḥilm and Tawba 194
  • Conclusion 240
  • Conclusion 241
  • Appendix a the Qaṣīdas of a L-A ˓šā Containing Khamr 245
  • Appendix B - Texts and Translations 262
  • Glossary of Arabic Terms 280
  • Bibliography 286
  • Index of Authors of Secondary Literature 295
  • General Index 297
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