Mani al Muwswis’s Poetry Between Influencing and Being Influenced
شاعرية ماني الموسوس بين التأثير والتأثر
Arabic poetry emerged based on one of the sides, the Artistic side. And since their previous state, poets have competed among themselves by qualifying that artistic side. And some critics gathered those poetic images in book called ‘Divan al Maani’.
And, known as Mani al Muwswis (254 H), Abu-l Hasan Muhammed b. Kasim al-Misri is considered to be one of the few poets and unknown poets who were superior in forming the artistic side during the Abbasid period. Although his poems are few, he is one of the good poets who writes very good poems. And it seems that Mani was content only with the flirt poetry – according to what we have reached from his poetry – without mentioning all the aims of the poem. However, despite his superiority in his poetic art, he did not get his full chance in terms of fame and fame in literary and literary historical environments. And despite all that has been told, we have come to the conclusion that great poets such as Ibn Rumi, İbn al Mutaz and Mutanabbi clearly quoted some of his poetic faces or took the meaning together with the image.
The importance of this research is due to the fact that there is no relation and absence of a study that explores the influence of Mani al Muwswis’s poetry on other poets and their influence, neither near nor far.
Keywords: Mani al Muwswis, Abu- al Hasan Muhammed b. Kasim al-Misri, Artistic formation in visual, Literary plagiarism, Quotations.
Abdulhalim ABDULLAH, Assistant Professor Doktor, Ardahan University, Theology Faculty, Department of Arabic Language and Rhetoric, Ardahan – TÜRKIYE