FURTHER REMARKS ON THE MODIFIED 'ARUD OF ARABIC STANZAIC POETRY (ANDALUSI AND NON-ANDALUSI) While it is true that the study of the metrics of all kinds of post-Classical and dialectal Arabic poetry is only in its very early stages, as recently stated by Prof. G. Schoeler in his paper "t)ber die Metrik andalusischer und nicht- andalusischer Zagals,"I in a commendably unassuming tone, it cannot be denied either that some progress has indeed been made in recent years on the way to solving the thorny problems of describing the exact brand of metrics used in muwassah and zajal. Thus, for instance and unlike the case some years ago, there is now almost universal consensus on the Khalilian origin of those metres, together with a widespread conviction that they have evolved from their model to a certain extent, as it is obvious that strict Khalilian `arud cannot account for all of their structural features. Some Western scholars have started to speak of an "extended Khalilian system,"' while Arab scholars concerned with this matter have begun to use the expression 'ar&4 muhawwar, i.e., "evolved 'a.," for which, I think, perhaps conceitedly, that my articles and lectures in Arabic-speaking milieus, mostly in
Journal of Arabic Literature – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1997
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