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    • Humanism and exile as subjects in the poetry of Bilind al-Ḥaydarī 

      Abbas, Adnan (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2003)
      Bilind al-Ḥaydarī (belend means “proud,” “high” in Kurdish) is an Iraqi Kurdish poet considered as the first among the precursors of the new free verse forms in Arabic poetry that appeared in Iraq after the Second World War.
    • The Insurrection of 1920 in Iraq. Causes and consequences 

      Jamsheer, Hassan (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2003)
      World War I had a great significance for Middle Eastern history because-by ending four centuries of Ottoman Turkish rule-it inaugurated a period of the region’s dependence upon colonial powers. The Iraqi provinces of the ...
    • Origins and reasons of the Gulf conflict of 1990/1991 

      Jamsheer, Hassan (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 1996)
      The Gulf conflict of 1990/1991 was not an incidental event, but the climax in a long chain of events. The deeper causes have their historical, ideological, political, economic and psychological roots. In general, the causes ...
    • The relationship between the Iraqi band and free verse 

      Abbas, Adnan (Katedra Arabistyki i Islamistyki, Uniwersytet Warszawski, 1994)
      A band is one of the forms similar to free verse. Its structure is based on aspecific. though important rule in Arabic poetry. It deviates from the rigours of a single rhythm and rhyme in one poem, and uses techniques ...