ʻUmar ibn al-Fāriḍ : Sufi verse, saintly life / translated and introduced by Th. Emil Homerin ; preface by Michael A. Sells.

"Umar Ibn al-Farid is the most venerated mystical poet in Arabic. An accomplished Sufi as well as a respected poet, his poetry blends the two traditions - classical Arabic poetry and Islamic mysticism - in a body of work with a distinctly devotional and mystical character. Th. Emil Homerin make...

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Main Author: Ibn al-Fāriḍ, ʻUmar ibn ʻAlī, 1181 or 1182-1235
Other Authors: Homerin, Th. Emil, 1955-, Ṣibt ibn al-Fāriḍ, active 1334
Format: Book
Published: New York : Paulist Press, 2001.
Series:Classics of Western spirituality.
Uniform Title:Dīwān.

Dinand Library

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Call Number: PJ7755.I18 A1713 2001
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Call Number: PJ7755.I18 A1713 2001
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