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Masnavi i ma'navi : teachings of Rumi : the spiritual couplets of Maulańa Jalálu-'D-Dín Muhammad I Rúmí

Author: Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī, Maulana; E H Whinfield
Publisher: London : Octagon, 1994, ©1979.
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Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī, Maulana, 1207-1273.
Masnavi i ma'navi.
London : Octagon, 1994, ©1979
(OCoLC)654366161
Named Person: Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī, Maulana; Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī, Maulana
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī, Maulana; E H Whinfield
ISBN: 0863040675 9780863040672
OCLC Number: 32050571
Description: xvii, 330 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Bk. I. Prologue ; The prince and the handmaid ; The oilman and his parrot ; The Jewish king and the Vazir ; Another tyrannical Jewish king ; The lion and the beasts ; Omar and the ambassador ; The merchant and his parrot ; The harper ; The Arab and his wife ; The man who was tattooed ; The lion who hunted in company ; Joseph and the mirror ; The prophet's scribe ; The Chinese and the Greek artists ; The prophet and Zaid ; Ali's forbearance ; Epilogue to Book I --
Bk. II. Prologue ; The Sufi's beast ; The pauper and the prisoners ; The king and his two slaves ; The falcon and the owls ; The thirsty man ; Luqmàn and his master ; Moses and the shepherd ; The man and his pet bear ; The gardener and the three friends ; Báyazíd and the saint ; Mo' ávia and Iblís ; The four Hindustanis ; The old man and the physician ; The carrier and the scholar ; The man who boasted ; The gluttonous Sufi ; The tree of life ; The young ducks --
Bk. III. The travellers who ate the elephant ; The villager and the townsman ; The jackal who sped a peacock ; Moses and Pharaoh ; The elephant in a dark room ; The lover and his mistress ; The man in the time of David ; The boys and their teacher ; The Darvesh who broke his vow ; The old man and his sons ; Bahlol and the Darvesh ; The visions of Daqúqi ; The man in the time of David (con't.) ; The men of Saba ; The miracles of the prophet ; The language of animals ; The woman who lost her infants ; The Vakíl of the Prince of Bokhára ; The deadly mosque. Bk. IV. The lover and his mistress ; The "most remote" temple ; The youth who complained of his food ; The ecstatic states of Báyazíd ; The three fishes ; Moses and Pharaoh ; The ungrateful courtier ; The prince beguiled by a courtesan ; The mule and the camel --
Bk. V. The prophet and his guest ; The Arab and his dog ; The sage and the peacock ; The Ráfizis of Sabzawár ; The men who claimed to be a prophet ; The youth who imitated a Shaikh ; The creation of Adam ; Mahmúd and Ayáz ; The repentance of Nasúh ; The lion, the fox, and the ass ; The Musulman and the magian ; Mahmúd and Ayáz ; The devotee who broke the wine-jar ; Mahmúd and Ayáz (con't.) --
Bk. VI. Prologue ; The slave who loved his master's daughter ; The fowler and the bird ; The Turkish Amír and the minstrel ; The purchase of Bilál ; The Sufi and the Qázi ; The Faqír and the hidden treasure ; The three travellers ; The pensioner of the Prefect of Tabríz ; The king and his three sons --
Note on apocryphal supplements to the Masnavi.
Other Titles: Masnavi.
Teachings of Rumi: the Masnavi
Responsibility: translated and abridged by E.H. Whinfield ; with an introduction by Idries Shah.

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