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Абу-т-Тайиб Ахмад ибн аль-Хусейн аль-Мутанабби — арабский поэт. Считается [кем?] одним из наиболее выдающихся поэтов, когда-либо писавших на арабском языке.

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„The desert knows me well, the night, the mounted menThe battle and the sword, the paper and the pen“

—  Al-Mutanabbi
Context: When the lion bares his teeth, do not fancy that the lion shows to you a smile. I have slain the man that sought my heart's blood many a time, Riding a noble mare whose back none else may climb, Whose hind and fore-legs seem in galloping as one, Nor hand nor foot requireth she to urge her on. And O the days when I have swung my fine-edged glaive Amidst a sea of death where wave was dashed on wave! The desert knows me well, the night, the mounted men The battle and the sword, the paper and the pen [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O04oUcNXmdI]

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„He asks from men all that he has in himself, though even lions would not claim to match that.“

—  Al-Mutanabbi
From the poem "To Sayf Al-Dawla" [http://web.archive.org/web/20140708175325/http://www.princeton.edu/~arabic/poetry/al_mu_to_sayf.html]

„I am embarrassed that I have a translator for my works, and Mutanabbi, the poet of the Arabs, has no one.“

—  Al-Mutanabbi
Rasha al-Ameer, [http://www.egyptindependent.com/news/other-words-why-mutanabbi-so-rarely-translated-english In other words: Why is Mutanabbi so rarely translated into English?], Egypt Independent (May 22, 2012)