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Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam (Illustrated) By Omar Khayyam
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This is the first and most famous English translation of the The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. As a work of English literature FitzGerald's version of these poems, originally written in the Persian... More > language, is a high point of the 19th century and has been greatly influential.< Less
The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam By Edward FitzGerald
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114 quatrains are presented via a merge of the first four editions of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, translated by Edward FitzGerald, and illustrated and arranged by Austin P. Torney.
The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam By Edward FitzGerald
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114 quatrains are presented via a merge of the first four editions of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, translated by Edward FitzGerald, and illustrated and arranged by Austin P. Torney.
The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám / Exantus By Chris Sebastian Douglas
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This tandem edition written by Chris Sebastian Douglas, features a collector's manuscript - rare as much as unique to literary value - for two distinguished reasons: At the outset, the... More > translation of the "Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam" has been interpreted into prose to retain a maximum proximity to its original form. It already enjoyed international popularity of grand proportions - ever since Dante Gabriel Rossetti brought the works of Edward G. Fitzgerald, to light, appearing firstly in London in 1859. Secondly, "Exantus' Quatrains" although expressed in a comparable manner of those of Omar Khayyam, have a distinctive character in behavior and philosophy, outside the inevitable common observations between these two styles, which complete one another most veritably.< Less
The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám / Exantus By Chris Sebastian Douglas
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This tandem edition written by Chris Sebastian Douglas, features a collector's manuscript - rare as much as unique to literary value - for two distinguished reasons: At the outset, the... More > translation of the "Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam" has been interpreted into prose to retain a maximum proximity to its original form. It already enjoyed international popularity of grand proportions - ever since Dante Gabriel Rossetti brought the works of Edward G. Fitzgerald, to light, appearing firstly in London in 1859. Secondly, "Exantus' Quatrains" although expressed in a comparable manner of those of Omar Khayyam, have a distinctive character in behavior and philosophy, outside the inevitable common observations between these two styles, which complete one another most veritably.< Less
The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám By Chris Sebastian Douglas
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This tandem edition written by Chris Sebastian Douglas, features a collector's manuscript rare as much as unique to literary value. At the outset, the translation of the "Rubaiyat of Omar... More > Khayyam" has been written into prose to retain maximum proximity to its original form. The Rubaiyat already enjoys international popularity ever since Dante Gabriel Rossetti exposed the works of Edward G. Fitzgerald in London in the year of 1859. Secondly, "Exantus' Quatrains" although expressed in a comparable manner, have a distinctive character in behavior and philosophy, outside the common observations between the two styles, which complement one another, veritably. A Green Leaf Publishing Book< Less
The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám By Chris Sebastian Douglas
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This tandem edition written by Chris Sebastian Douglas, features a collector's manuscript rare as much as unique to literary value. At the outset, the translation of the "Rubaiyat of Omar... More > Khayyam" has been written into prose to retain maximum proximity to its original form. The Rubaiyat already enjoys international popularity ever since Dante Gabriel Rossetti exposed the works of Edward G. Fitzgerald in London in the year of 1859. Secondly, "Exantus' Quatrains" although expressed in a comparable manner, have a distinctive character in behavior and philosophy, outside the common observations between the two styles, which complement one another, veritably. A Green Leaf Publishing Book< Less
The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám By Edward FitzGerald, Adelaide Hanscom
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The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám is the title that Edward FitzGerald gave to his translation of a selection of poems, originally written in Persian and of which there are about a... More > thousand, attributed to Omar Khayyám, a Persian poet, mathematician and astronomer. A ruba'i is a two-line stanza with two parts per line, hence the word rubáiyát, meaning "quatrains".< Less
Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam By LogoStar Press
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Omar Khayyam is famous today not only for his scientific accomplishments, especially in the fields of astronomy and mathematics, but also for his literary works. He is believed to have written about... More > a thousand four-line verses. The philosophy of Omar Khayyam, as expounded in these short poems,was quite different from official Islamic dogmas. It is not clear whether he believed in the existence of God or not, but he objected to the notion that every particular event and phenomenon was the result of divine intervention; nor did he believe in any Judgment Day or rewards and punishments after life. Instead he supported the view that laws of nature explained all phenomena of observed life.< Less
Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam By LogoStar Press
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Omar Khayyam is famous today not only for his scientific accomplishments, especially in the fields of astronomy and mathematics, but also for his literary works. He is believed to have written about... More > a thousand four-line verses. The philosophy of Omar Khayyam, as expounded in these short poems,was quite different from official Islamic dogmas. It is not clear whether he believed in the existence of God or not, but he objected to the notion that every particular event and phenomenon was the result of divine intervention; nor did he believe in any Judgment Day or rewards and punishments after life. Instead he supported the view that laws of nature explained all phenomena of observed life.< Less