Pages: 259 - 260
Authors: Mustafi M.
Abstract: We should not be surprised if we see that the Holy Book Quran is inspiring even for literary and poets as it is for people of Sharia, Philosophy, Apologetics and other fields that existed in the history of Muslims, no matter which nation they belong. Baytajean poets’ period of time experienced a remarkable influence of the Middle East, either directly from the Quran or from known literary and poets. This group of poets have confirmed that the Holy Book of Quran cannot be only a Book of religious teachings but also of poetic inspiration, and for this reason, we clearly see in their poems words and stories taken from the verses of Qur’an, which have enriched their poetic language and literary expressions, and this influence assures their specific poetic nature
Keywords: Quran, Baytaje, influence, language, poetry
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