The scribes could turn their lack of technique into an advantage by striving for elegance and simplicity. In addition they prided themselves on not subjecting poetry to a specific purpose - praise or blame - but practicing it as pure art.
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- (no access) - Gruendler, Beatrice: Medieval Arabic Praise Poetry, p9
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