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Other Books in Series
This is book number 4 in the Mawlana Rumi Review series.
- #3: Mawlana Rumi Review: vol.3 (Paperback): $21.95
This is the third volume of the Mawalana Rumi Review, the only journal devoted to the Sufi poet Jalal al-Din Rumi. Articles include Female Masters in the History of Sufism, by Hülya Küçük. and 'Sultan Walad's (Rumi's son) role in the Foundation of the Mevlevi Sufi Order', as well as, 'A proper cutt: William Hogarth and the Dervishes who Serve God on their Tiptoes'; also including original translations from Rumi by acclaimed scholar Franklin Lewis. Edited by Leonard Lewisohn comprising 224 pages with illustrations. Table of Contents: 1. Some Remarks on Rumi's Poetry Badi al-Zaman Furuzanfar Translated from the Persian by Rasoul Sorkhabi 2. A Proper Cutt: William Hogarth, Motraye's Travels, and the Dervishes who Serve God on their Tiptoes Roderick Grierson 3. Sim?? al-M?qin?n (Spiritual Food for the People of Certainty): Ism?'?l Anqaraw?'s Arabic Commentary on the Introduction of the Mathnaw? Bilal Kuspinar 4. Boundless Love: Ankaravi's Commentary on the Preface to the Second Book of the Mathnawi Alberto F. Ambrosio 5. Female Masters in the History of Sufism: The Case of Mawlawiyya Sufi Order from the Early Phase to the Eighteenth Century Hülya Küçük 6. Naqshband? Admirers of R?m? in the Late Timurid Period Lloyd Ridgeon BOOK REVIEWS
- A. Christine van Rymbeke on 3 books of Rumi translations
- B. Roderick Grierson on Kudsi Erguner
- C. Stéphane Barsacq on Leili Anvar
About the Author
Leonard Lewisohn is Lecturer in Persian and Iran Heritage Foundation Fellow in Classical Persian and Sufi Literature at the University of Exeter, UK. He has published numerous works on Persian Sufi poetry as well as translations including 'The Angels Knocking on the Tavern Door; Thirty Poems of Hafiz', translated with Robert Bly. Franklin Lewis is Associate Professor of Persian in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at the University of Chicago. His acclaimed book Rumi: Past and Present, East and West received the British-Kuwaiti award for the best work in the field of Middle Eastern Studies.