Author(s): Mustafa IRMAK
“Nazira” is the common name of the poems that are written in the same subject, meter and rhyme to an another qasida of a great poet. This literary genre is seen in Eastern and Western literature. In Arabic literary, nazira is mentioned to be has been existed in Pre-?slamic period but its first real example is The Qasida Bânat Su‘âd of Kaab b. Zuhair and the number of these naziras reach about fifty. Bûsîrî?s Qasida namely Zuhr al-ma‘ad fî vezni Bânat Su‘âd is one of the most remarkable nazira of these naziras. In this article, we published a poetic Turkish translation of this qasida by Abdul-Bâqi b. Ahmad, one of the Ottoman litterateurs in the eighteenth century, based on its two manuscripts have detected.
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