The green sea of heaven: fifty ghazals from the Díwán of Ḥáfiẓ
Hafiz is the preeminent poet of Persian Sufism and one of the great poets of world literature. "The Green Sea of Heaven" is regarded as the finest English translation of his poetry. Elizabeth Gray's translations are informed by her thorough knowledge of Persian and the Persian poetic tradition. (Many recent books attributed to Hafiz have been produced by persons who do not know Persian at all!) This bilingual edition also includes two brilliant studies of Hafiz by Gray and Daryush Shayegan, plus helpful notes to the translation.
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