Love's Alchemy: Poems from the Sufi Tradition

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New World Library, Feb 9, 2011 - Religion - 240 pages
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Working from the original Persian sources, translators and scholars David and Sabrineh Fideler offer faithful, elegant translations that represent the full scope of Sufi poetry. These concise, tightly focused meditations span only a few lines but reveal worlds of meaning. The poems explore many aspects of human life and the spiritual path, but they center on the liberating power of love.

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David Fideler has worked as an editor, publisher, college professor, educational consultant, and the program director of a humanities center. He was also a contributing editor to two national magazines and holds a PhD in philosophy and cultural studies.

Sabrineh was born in Tehran and holds a degree in English to Persian translation from Azad University. Now living in the United States, she previously worked as a freelance translator for Iran University Press. David and Sabrineh live in Alto, Michigan.

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