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EI2: Encyclopédie de l’Islam (nouvelle édition).


GAL: Brockelmann, Carl, Geschichte der arabischen Literatur.
GAS: Sezgin, Fuat, Geschichte des arabischen Schrifttums.
«JAL»: «Journal of Arabic Literature».

I Edizioni del Dīwān di al-Mutanabbī utilizzate per la traduzione


(secondo la data di composizione)
– Ibn Ğinnī, al-Fasr: šarḥ Ibn Ğinnī al-kabīr ʿalà dīwān al-Mutanabbī, a cura di
Riḍā Rağab, 5 voll., Dimašq, Dār al-Yanābīʿ li -’ṭ-ṭibāʿa wa-’n-našr wa-’t-tawzīʿ,
2004.
– Abū ’l-ʿAlāʾ al-Maʿarrī, Šarḥ dīwān Abī ’ṭ-Ṭayyib al-Mutanabbī al-musammà
bi-Muʿğiz Aḥmad, a cura di ʿAbd al-Mağīd Diyāb, 4 voll., al-Qāhira, Dār al-Maʿārif,
19922.
– Al-Wāḥidī an-Nīsābūrī, Dīwān Abī ’ṭ-Ṭayyib al-Mutanabbī wa-fī aṯnāʾ matnihi
šarḥ al-imām al-ʿallāma al-Wāḥidī / Mutanabbii carmina cum commentario Wahidii,
a cura di Friedrich Dietrici, Berolini (Berlin), 1861.
– Al-ʿUkbarī, (Pseudo-), Abū ’l-Baqāʾ, at-Tibyān fī šarḥ ad-dīwān, a cura di Kamāl
Ṭālib, 4 voll., Bayrūt, Dār al-kutub al-ʿilmiyya, 1418/1998.
– Ms Arabe 3091, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris.
– Al-Yāziğī, Nāṣīf, al-ʿArf aṭ-ṭayyib fī šarḥ dīwān Abī ’ṭ-Ṭayyib, 2 voll., Bayrūt, Dar
Ṣādir-Dār Bayrūt, 1384/1964.
– Al-Barqūqī, ʿAbd ar-Raḥmān, Šarḥ dīwān al-Mutanabbī, 2 voll., Bayrūt, Dār al-
Kutub al-ʿilmiyya, 1422/2001.
– ʿAbd al-Wahhāb ʿAzzām, Dīwān Abī ’ṭ-Ṭayyib al-Mutanabbī, al-Qāhira, Maṭbaʿat
lağnat at-taʾlīf wa-’t-tarğama wa-’n-našr, 1363/1944.

II Traduzioni del Dīwān di al-Mutanabbī in lingue occidentali


– Arberry, Arthur John, Poems of al-Mutanabbī, Cambridge, Cambridge University
Press, 1967 (traduzione parziale).
– De Sacy, Silvestre, Chrestomathie arabe, Paris, Imprimerie royale, 1827 (ristampa
Osnabrück, Biblio Verlag, 1973). Traduzione parziale.
– Hammer Purgstall, Joseph von, Motenebbi der größte arabische Dichter, Wien,
I.G. Heubner, 1824 (traduzione integrale).
– Rescher, Oskar, Der Dîwân des Motenebbi nach der Ausgabe ʿOkbarî (Bûlâq 1287)
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mit Vergleichung der Edd. Jazydjy (Beyrouth) und Wâḥîdî [sic] (Berlin), Qâfije Alif-
Râʾ, in Beiträge zur Arabischen Poësie, III, Stuttgart, 1940 (traduzione parziale).
– Schmidt, Jean-Jacques, Al-Mutanabbī. La solitude d’un homme, Paris, La Différen-
ce, 1994 (traduzione parziale).
– Wormhoudt, Arthur, Poems from the Diwan of Abu Tayyib Ahmad ibn al Husain al
Mutanabbi, Oxford, Shakespeare Head Press, 1968 (traduzione parziale).
– Wormhoudt, Arthur, The Diwan of Abu Tayyib Ahmad ibn al Husein al Mutanabbi
translated with a commentary by Arthur Wormhoudt, Oskaloosa, Iowa, William Penn
College, 1978 (traduzione integrale).

III Fonti
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– Abū Firās, Dīwān, Bayrūt, Dār Ṣādir-Dār Bayrūt, 1380/1961.
– Abū Nuwās, al-Ḥasan Ibn Hāniʾ, Dīwān, Bayrūt, Dār Ṣādir-Dār Bayrūt, 1382/
1962.
– Abū ’š-Šīṣ al-Ḫuzāʿī, Ašʿār Abī ’š-Šīṣ al-Ḫuzāʿī, a cura di ʿAbd Allāh al-Ğibūrī,
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– Abū Tammām, Dīwān bi-šarḥ al-ḫaṭīb at-Tibrīzī, a cura di Muḥammad ʿAbduh
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a cura di Ibrāhīm ad-Dasūqī al-Bisāṭī, al-Qāḥira, Dār al-Maʿārif, 1961. Il volume
contiene inoltre in appendice: 1) un’opera anonima sui plagi di al-Mutanabbī (pp.
200-218), 2) al-kašf ʿan masāwiʾ al-Mutanabbī del Sāḥib Ibn ʿAbbād (pp. 219-250)
e 3) ar-Risāla al-ḥātimiyya (recensione breve di ar-Risāla al-mūḍiḥa fī ḏikr sariqāt
Abī ’ṭ-Ṭayyib al-Mutanabbī wa-sāqiṭ šiʿrihi) di Abū ʿAlī Muḥammad Ibn al-Ḥasan
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– Buḥturī (al-), Dīwān, a cura di Hasan Kāmil aṣ-Ṣayrafī, 4 voll., al-Qāhira, Dār al-
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