The Persian scholar and poet Imad al-Din al-Isfahani (عماد الدين الأصفهاني) was an important figure in medieval Arabic literature. He was born in Isfahan in Persia in 1125 and studied in Baghdad. We are told that he studied law at the Nizamiya college there, but he preferred literature and adventure. His proficiency in letters brought him to the attention of powerful political figures, who were able to secure him government posts in Basra and Wasit.
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