Rumi: a spiritual biography

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The Crossroad Pub., 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 192 pages
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Presents an intriguing portrait of the thirteenth-century Sufi mystic, describing his youth in Afghanistan and Turkey, beliefs, spirituality, poetry, and political influence, in a study that also examines his impact on twentieth-century mysticism and literature.

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I happened to find this book. It is one of the greatest book about RUMI. It is time to face more spritual world and we need to shift from materialism to nonmaterialism. Read full review

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This book is one of many now appearing to meet the growing interest in Sufism and the Islamic poet Jalalu'ddin Rumi. Journalist Wines (UPI, Glamour magazine) takes the reader through Rumi's itinerant ... Read full review

Contents

The Poet of Love and Tumult
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A Harsh Childhood of Few Facts
23
A King With No Dominion
33
Copyright

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