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Topic - Hunain ibn Ishaq or al-Mutadibih
Posted: 01 Jul 2010 at 09:51 By Al Jassas

Scholarship in Arabic by the 12th century in Persia deteriorated to an extent that it was comprable to situation of Latin in Medieval and renaissance europe written but rarely spoken.

Al-Sakaki (ironically the greatest Arabic linguist and literary theorist of the 13th century) spoke Arabic with a heavy accent and knew very little of Arab literature. In his books about literary theory he typically used Persian poetry to illustrate his concepts.
 
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