The Political Criticism of the Princes of Communities in Al-Andalos's Poetry The Research contains an Introduction and five items, which are: 1. Criticism of the Princes 2. Criticism of the Ministers and the Supreme Employees 3. Criticism of the People 4. Complains of time 5. Stylistic Features of the Critical Political Poetry The introduction introduced the motives of the research, and the followed curriculum in studying. The first item contained a discussion of how that some poets had insulted the princes of communities, and the reasons of why they were indignant towards them. And then, it talked about the poets' warning to the princes of communities for their bad actions, and it was ended with a discussion about the schadentreude of the given away princes. The second item criticized the ministers and the supreme employees. I have distinguished between the criticism which is towards Muslim and non-Muslim employees. The third item criticized the people for not being prepared, and for doing sins. In the forth item, I have discussed the poets' complains of the time because of the absence of the hero, their feelings with ignominy, and the absence of the faithful friend. That had pushed them to blame the destiny. In the fifth item I tried to distinguish the stylistic features in the critical political poetry such as the similitude sounds, the sense opposition, wisdom style, ironical paradoxes, and the appearance of the imaginary poetry with a kind of shyness. The results of the research is presented in distinguishing this critical political poetry to wards the content, and that through acting its social rule which is presented in restoration with its all kinds, and its commitment with the troubles of the nation. Besides to be distinguished from the technical side, and the appearance of specified stylistic phenomena in it
"Political Criticism of the Princes of Sects in Andalusian poetry,"
Jerash for Research and Studies Journal مجلة جرش للبحوث والدراسات: Vol. 8
, Article 6.
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