Shelley’s Influence on Al-Mazini and Taha


In the beginning of the twentieth century, various Arab poets began responding impressively to a new literary movement in writing poetry. It is romanticism which rather presents a sort of revolution in spite of its late arrival to the Arab World.In this research, a historical descriptive account of this movement is presented including the impact of the English poet P. B. Shelley (1792-1822) on two main poets Abdel- Qadir Al-Mazini (1890-1949), and Ali Mahmood Taha (1902- 1949).This paper also gives a full account of how some Arab poets try to build a new literary stage and how translation affects certain artistic movements including poetry.


Difference, poet, poem