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Hâfiz, master of Persian poetry

Parvin Loloi

Hâfiz, master of Persian poetry

a critical bibliography : English translations since the eighteenth century

by Parvin Loloi

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Published by I.B. Tauris in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ḥāfiẓ, -- 14th cent. -- Criticism and interpretation.,
  • Ḥāfiẓ, -- 14th cent. -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 381-387) and index.

    StatementParvin Loloi.
    GenreBibliography.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPK6465 .Z87 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 392 p. ;
    Number of Pages392
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22576345M
    ISBN 101860649238

    Chosen by author Elizabeth Gilbert as one of her ten favorite books, Daniel Ladinsky's extraordinary renderings of unforgettable lyrical poems by Hafiz, one of the greatest Sufi poets of all time More than any other Persian poet -- even Rumi -- Hafiz expanded the mystical, healing dimensions of poetry. The Book of Winds; The Setting of the Stars Persian Sufi poetry Post navigation whether he is the ascetic of his time or a Master of the way O Ali, I am alive today with your friendship/sanctity tomorrow I will be a witness to the pure spirit of the Imams The grave of the eighth Imam, the Sultan of .

    Get this from a library! Hâfiz, master of Persian poetry: a critical bibliography: English translations since the eighteenth century. [Parvin Loloi]. Hafiz Poetry. likes 6 talking about this. Hafez xpressed in poetry love for the divine, and the intoxicating oneness of union with it. Hafez uses wine as the symbol for love.

    Mystical poetry of Hafiz By: S. M. Haghi. 1) The man and his work. Shams-ud-din Mohammad Hafiz Shirazi is a well known mystic-poet philosopher of the 14th century Iran (approximately ). He is known as Khajeh Hafiz (The Master Memorizer of Quran), Losan-ul-ghyb (The Tongue of The Hidden), Tarjomanul-Asrar (The Interpreter of Secrets). Chosen by author Elizabeth Gilbert as one of her ten favorite books, Daniel Ladinsky's extraordinary renderings of unforgettable lyrical poems by Hafiz, one of the greatest Sufi poets of all time More than any other Persian poet--even Rumi--Hafiz expanded the mystical, healing dimensions of poetry. Because his poems were often ecstatic love songs from God to his beloved world, many have /5(11).


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Chosen by author Elizabeth Gilbert as one of her ten favorite books, Daniel Ladinsky’s extraordinary renderings of unforgettable lyrical poems by Hafiz, one of the greatest Sufi poets of all time More than any other Persian poet—even Rumi—Hafiz expanded the mystical, healing dimensions of poetry.

Because his poems were often ecstatic. Chosen by author Elizabeth Gilbert as one of her ten favorite books, Daniel Ladinsky’s extraordinary renderings of unforgettable lyrical poems by Hafiz, one of the greatest Sufi poets of all time More than any other Persian poet—even Rumi—Hafiz expanded the mystical, healing dimensions of poetry.

Because his poems were often ecstatic Cited by: 2. Hafiz, Master of Persian Poetry by Parvin Loloi,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1). Within the pantheon of world literature, the Master of Persian poetry book poet Hafiz (born in around in the city of Shiraz) occupies an exalted position, and his poems have long been translated and studied in the West.

However, the degree of the English language's "interaction" with the work of Hafiz has often been underestimated. Parvin Loloi's contribution has been to collect and analyse the entire body of 5/5(1).

Persian lyric poet Hafiz (born Khwāja Šamsu d-Dīn Muḥammad Hāfez-e Šīrāzī) grew up in Shiraz. Very little is known about his life, but it is thought that he may have memorized the Qur’an after hearing his father recite passages.

When his father died, he left school to work at a bakery and as a copyist. Hafiz became a poet at the court of Abu Ishak and also taught at a religious. An American poet, named Daniel Ladinsky, has been publishing books under the name of the famed Persian poet Hafez for more than 20 years.

These books have become bestsellers. I feel Hafiz is a rare master of ‘the utility of light’ – or ‘the sun’. And ‘the utility of art’. His poetry bestows its benevolence and ability to comfort, enliven and enrich those.

Chosen by author Elizabeth Gilbert as one of her ten favorite books, Daniel Ladinsky's extraordinary renderings of unforgettable lyrical poems by Hafiz, one of the greatest Sufi poets of all time More than any other Persian poet--even Rumi--Hafiz expanded the mystical, healing dimensions of poetry.

Because his poems were often ecstatic love Reviews: The Poetry Of Hafiz Poems on this page are translated by both Thomas Rain Crowe, from his book, Drunk On the Wine of the Beloved and selections from Daniel Ladinsky's translations.

Hafiz, a Sufi poet, expressed in poetry love for the divine, and the intoxicating oneness of union with it. This collection of poems by Persian Sufi master poet Hafiz (c. – ) will delight readers of any faith looking for humor and to explore his view of the world –or more accurately- of his God/5().

Vivid translations by Coleman Barks, Robert Bly, Omid Safi, Meher Baba, and others combine with Michael and Saliha Green's stunning illustrations to bring the immortal poetry of the great Persian master Hafiz to life "There is this matter of the light in my eyes.

If you want to know the Friend, don't expect elegant arguments. Demand a blessing. Hafez: Dance of Life – Poetry Read In Persian and English. Hafez: Dance of Life – Poetry Read In Persian and English. mage Octo Very little factual biographical information exists on the life of Hafez.

He was born in Shiraz arounddied around and is one of Iran’s great poets. Praise for Books by Mage. of twelve books all with Persian w ords: The passion of Goethe for Persian poetry is well.

On the Day of Doom, the Master will not reap, I dread. Just as the Shahnameh represents the most celebrated example of Persian epic poetry, Rumi’s Mas̲navī is exceptional in the didactic Sufi tradition of Persian poetry.

Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī (–), often referred to by his honorary name Mawlana (Mevlana), was born in Balkh province (present-day Afghanistan) and over the course of his life lived in Nishapur, Baghdad, Damascus, and.

Chosen by author Elizabeth Gilbert as one of her ten favorite books, Daniel Ladinsky’s extraordinary renderings of unforgettable lyrical poems by Hafiz, one of the greatest Sufi poets of all time More than any other Persian poet—even Rumi—Hafiz expanded the mystical, healing dimensions of poetry.

Because his poems were often ecstatic Reviews: "Hafiz--a quarry of imagery in which poets of all ages might mine." - Ralph Waldo Emerson Hafiz was born at Shiraz, in Persia, some time afterand died there in He is, then, an almost exact contemporary of Chaucer.

His standing in Persian literature ranks him with Shakespeare and Goethe. A Sufi, Hafiz lived in troubled times/5. - The Baltimore Sun Winner of the World's Best Wine History Book for " - Gourmand Prize for "From Persia to Napa" One of the most extraordinary and fascinating love narratives produced anywhere in the medieval world" - Times Literary Supplement on "Vis & Ramin" “Engaging, accessible, and well written.”.

- Explore Michelle Hartman's board "hafez poems" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Words, Hafez poems, Hafez pins. Hafez, lyric poet of Persia. He received a classical religious education and was designated as one who knew the Qur’an by heart. Among his guiding principles was Sufism, an Islamic mystical movement.

He was known for his mastery of the ghazal, a verse form of. Parvin Loloi, Hafiz, Master of Persian Poetry: A Critical Bibliography - English Translations Since the Eighteenth Century ( I.B.

Tauris) E. Browne. Literary History of Persia. (Four volumes, 2, pages, and twenty-five years in the writing with a new introduction by J.T.P De. One of the best works in Sufi poetry in Persian. Divan-i Hafiz with Urdu translation By Khwaja Muhammad Hafiz Shirazi (d. AH) Translated in Urdu by Qazi Sajjad Hussain Published by Progressive Books, Lahore, Pages Digitized byDecember Note Dick Davis' The Faces of Love: Hafiz and the Poets of Shiraz has now been published, and a review of that excellent book is currently in the works.

Review of: The Gift: Poems from Hafiz the great Sufi Master By Daniel Ladinsky Every now and again, I get an email from a reader asking why I only review books and translations that are good, or at least passable.Wine & Prayer is a new edition of Elizabeth Gray’s work The Green Sea of Heaven.

In this new volume, Gray has joined with Iraj Anvar, a scholar of Sufism and Persian poetry, expanding the book from fifty to eighty translations of Hafiz’s brilliant ghazals.