Two volumes of al-Farazdaq (ca 641-728 or 730 CE, Iraq) classical Arabic poetry combined in one book. Al-Farazdaq was a Bedouin poet known for his satirical verse and his on-going feud with his contemporary, the poet Jarir. He was a poet during the Umayyad Caliphate and served at the court. Full name was Hammam ibn Ghalib Abu Firas.
From / Dar al-Kitab al-Arabi