Pre-Islamic Arabic Prose Writers

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Pre-Islamic Arabic Prose Writers

Pre-Islamic Arabic Prose Writers

Pre-Islamic Arabic Prose Writers

Some Pre-Islamic Arabic Prose Writers

During the Pre-Islamic period, Arabic poetry got unprecedented development. But sadly, the development of prose literature was insignificant and primitive compared to poetry. However, it can not be said that prose literature was not practiced during that era. Although few in number, some writers created prose literature in pursuit of the necessities of life. It is a pity that the prose literature that was born in the Pre-Islamic period had been lost due to lack of preservation. Very few samples of prose literature of the pre-Islamic period were collected through the efforts of some literary lovers in later times. Among the writers who practiced Arabic prose during this period were Sahban bin Wael, Qus bin Sayidah al-Aiyadi, Hatim Tai, Amar ibn Aaj Zarb, Rabiah ibn Hozar, Hanayala ibn Dwerar, Amr ibn Kulthum, Johair ibn Janab, and some others. 0 0 0.

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N.B. This article ‘Pre-Islamic Arabic Prose Writers’ originally belongs to the book entitled ‘A Brief History of Arabic Literature: Pre-Islamic Period (500 AD-622 AD) by Menonim Menonimus.

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