The Mesnevi; (usually known as the Mesneviyi sherif, or holy Mesnevi) of Mevlana (our Lord) Jelalu-d-Din, Muhammed, er-Rumi

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Sinopsis: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1881 Excerpt: ... whirl! How long of form thy talk--form-worshipper--vain man? Cannot thy senseless soul cast off form's deadening ban? Did human form alone suffice a man to make, Ahmed and Abu-Jahl were one in grade, in stake. 125 A painting on a wall may show the human form. But look and see what lacks, the figure to inform. 'Tis life it wants, and soul;--the pretty-looking thing! Ask for its life. No! No! Though portrait of a king. The heads of all earth's lions bowed down meek and low, When God the Seven Sleepers's dog applauded. How! To call it dog, to charge it with defect of race, No harm can do it; God in heaven hath given it place. 1 In Quran ii. 29, the account of this by God, he named all things, which u given. Compare Gen. ii. 19. the angels were unable to do, and so 5 Was Satan this very old hermit? were silenced. His successful temptation was the 8 The story of the dog of the muzzle. The original says "calf" Sleepers is told in Quran xviii. where I have said "babe;"--meaning 17-21, Adam, when first created. Instructed 'Twas not the pen prescrib'd the qualities of form; '3 Th' Omniscient, the Just, 'twas, made it multiform. Th' Omniscient, the Just, a Spirit is, All-Blest; Him no place holds; He's not before, behind, east, west He influences matter from His high abode; But heaven of heavens cannot contain the Spirit's mode." That theme is endless. Let us then just turn away. Let's ask about the hare; hear what he has to say. Sell off thy ass' ears; with the price a fresh pair buy. An ass's ears will never understand this cry.1 Go to. Examine well the hare's most foxy wile,--13S The subtle stratagem that did the lion foil. Wisdom's the seal by which great Solomon did rule. The whole world's but a frame, and wisdom is its soul. Hence 'tis...

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Redhouse, James W.
Editorial: Trubner & Co., London (1881)
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Descripción Trubner & Co., London, 1881. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Good. First Edition. Translated, and the Poetry Versified by James W. Redhouse, M.R.A.S., Etc. London: Trubner & Co., Ludgate Hill. 1881. Trübner's Oriental Series. Copy from the Royal Artillery Library, Woolrich. Presented by Redhouse on behalf of Sir William Fenwick Williams, constable of the Tower of London and hero of the Crimean War. Includes tipped in ALS from Redhouse to the Royal Artillery Library explaining the commission Redhouse received from Williams to present said copy to their library. Also includes bill of sale dated November 7, 1922 to D.B. Spooner of the Royal Asiatic Society, from Williams and Norgate, Publishers and Book Importers. Book is in need of conservation work. Green paper covered boards are soiled with chipping and bumping all around edges and spine. Boards are starting but binding remains tight. Paste-down label on spine is soiled and water-stained but readable. Interior in very good condition. Two library labels inside front board is only indication of being a library copy.; Book; 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Nº de ref. de la librería 005054

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Redhouse, James W. (translator)
Editorial: Truebner & Co., London (1881)
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Descripción Truebner & Co., London, 1881. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Very Good. Some fraying to top and bottom spine and with minor rubbing to extremities. Hinges started ; Illustrated by a Selection of Characteristic Anecdotes, as collected by their historian, Mevlana Shemsu-'d-Din Ahmed, El Eflaki, El Arifi. Clay colored boards with gilt ornate ; Trübner's Oriental Series; 8vo; 290 pages. Nº de ref. de la librería 2007

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