The Death of Al-Hallaj: A Dramatic Narrative
Although not widely known in the Western world, al-Hallaj is one of the great figures in the history of the Muslim religion. Martyred in 922 by the government for his teachings, Hallaj has lived on through the centuries in the legends and memories of Muslims the world over. In this dramatic narrative of the last days of al-Hallaj, Herbert Mason has distilled the essence of Hallaj in moving, beautifully drawn scenes.
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Review: the Death of al-Hallaj: A Dramatic NarrativeUser Review - David - Goodreads
Incredibly inspiring. My only complaint is that it was too short and left me wanting more. I think Mason could have expanded it and gone into a little more depth in some of these dialogues, especially considering the extensive scope of the source material. Read full review
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