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RUBÁIYÁT By OMAR KHAYYÁM
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EVER since the Rubáiyát achieved its larger fame, the fact that Edward Fitzgerald made certain changes in succeeding versions of his translation has aroused interest among readers and... More > students, but just what these changes comprised is known only to a few enthusiastic lovers of Omar. In a word, the text and editorial matter of all five of the original printings (with other helps) are here included in one volume in the sincere effort to present not simply another edition, but the best possible edition of the Fitzgerald Rubáiyát yet published. Illustrations by Blanche McManus< Less
RUBÁIYÁT By OMAR KHAYYÁM
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EVER since the Rubáiyát achieved its larger fame, the fact that Edward Fitzgerald made certain changes in succeeding versions of his translation has aroused interest among readers and... More > students, but just what these changes comprised is known only to a few enthusiastic lovers of Omar. In a word, the text and editorial matter of all five of the original printings (with other helps) are here included in one volume in the sincere effort to present not simply another edition, but the best possible edition of the Fitzgerald Rubáiyát yet published. Illustrations by Blanche McManus< Less
FitzGerald's Rubaiyat By Richard Brodie
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Omar Khayam's Rubaiyat has been characterized as the world's most beloved and famous poem. Here 114 quatrains from multiple editions of FitzGerald's English translations have been anagrammed into a... More > corresponding set, in one of the most incredible anagramming achievements based on an important literary work.< Less
Fifty Rubaiyat By Jalaluddin Rumi
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A selection of mystic poems by a great sufi poet Maulana Jalaluddin Rumi in English translation by Ziba Karbassi, Bashir Sarkhavaz and Wlodek Fenrych.
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
Austin's Rubaiyat: The Text By Austin Torney
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This 6x9 b/w text edition contains all 650 or so of my rubaiyat-style quatrains. (Illustrated editions contain an illustration for every quatrain, and have 'art scapes' in the title.) Prologue:... More > Inspired by Omar, I have endeavored to capture his spirit for more modern times, although I have surely been influenced by Edward FitzGerald’s translated gems. There is a companion prose version, ‘The Triumph of Life, Love, and Being’, in which a loving couple take a long, picaresque journey through the countryside to explore the joys and follies of the human condition, living out the quatrains. Illuminations: A few of the quatrains were obtained from my other poetry books, which poems in their full text can be found in 'Epic Thoughts: The Best Of'.< Less
Companion to Arthur Daou's Rubaiyat By Antony Daou
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Antony Daou, Arthur's eldest son, continues the family love for Khayyam's Rubaiyat with this short volume. Using the first 12 stanzas, he illustrates the beauty of Arthur's poetry for the non-Arabic... More > and Arabic reader alike. Each stanza is carefully transliterated and literally translated. An alphabet table with the changing forms of the Arabic letters depending on their position in the word, as well as his carefully chosen letters for transliteration at the end is both useful and practical. The transliteration is faithful to the elision and joining of words and phrases as it occurs in spoken Lebanese Arabic, and in Lebanese poetry.< Less
Companion to Arthur Daou's Rubaiyat By Antony Daou
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Antony Daou, Arthur's eldest son, continues the family love for Khayyam's Rubaiyat with this short volume. Using the first 12 stanzas, he illustrates the beauty of Arthur's poetry for the non-Arabic... More > and Arabic reader alike. Each stanza is carefully transliterated and literally translated. An alphabet table with the changing forms of the Arabic letters depending on their position in the word, as well as his carefully chosen letters for transliteration at the end is both useful and practical. The transliteration is faithful to the elision and joining of words and phrases as it occurs in spoken Lebanese Arabic, and in Lebanese poetry.< 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 / 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