Al-Qanṭara, Vol 35, No 1 (2014)

La pasión prohibida: el libro sobre el martirio por amor de Mugulṭāy y su censura


https://doi.org/10.3989/alqantara.2014.008

Monica Balda-Tillier
Ilcea-Cemra, Université Stendhal Grenoble 3, Francia

Resumen


La obra Al-Wāḍiḥ al-mubīn fī ḏhikr man ustušhhida min al-muḥibbīn de Mughulṭāy (m. 762/1361) es el único tratado sobre el amor cuya lectura fue prohibida en toda la historia del género. Las razones que se aducen en las fuentes antiguas son insuficientes o no lo bastante explícitas sobre los motivos por los que el libro de Mughulṭāy fue quemado en la plaza pública y retirado del mercado en El Cairo del siglo VIII/XIV. Este artículo es un intento por entender los motivos que condujeron a la prohibición.

Palabras clave


amor apasionado; teoría del amor profano; tratados sobre el amor; islam; censura de libros; periodo mameluco; ḥadīṭ al-ʽišq

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