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The Resource The soul of Rumi : a new collection of ecstatic poems, translations, introductions, and notes by Coleman Barks, with John Moyne ... [et al.]

The soul of Rumi : a new collection of ecstatic poems, translations, introductions, and notes by Coleman Barks, with John Moyne ... [et al.]

Label
The soul of Rumi : a new collection of ecstatic poems
Title
The soul of Rumi
Title remainder
a new collection of ecstatic poems
Statement of responsibility
translations, introductions, and notes by Coleman Barks, with John Moyne ... [et al.]
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • per
  • eng
Summary
Collects newly translated and annotated poems by the thirteenth-century Sufi mystic covering topics including silence, God, play, friendship, grief, and music
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Cataloging source
DLC
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Selections
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1207-1273
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī
Dewey number
891/.5511
Index
index present
LC call number
PK6480.E5
LC item number
J35 2001
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Barks, Coleman
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī
  • Sufi poetry, Persian
Label
The soul of Rumi : a new collection of ecstatic poems, translations, introductions, and notes by Coleman Barks, with John Moyne ... [et al.]
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 403-409) and index
Contents
  • I want to be where ...
  • Would you like to have revealed to you ...
  • Imagining is like feeling around ...
  • The Husk and Core of Masculinity
  • Initiation: The Necessary Pain of Changing
  • Work in the Invisible
  • A Necessary Autumn Inside Each
  • Pain
  • A Surprise of Roses
  • More Range
  • Rumi's Life and Times
  • Choose a Suffering
  • Climb to the Execution Place
  • Watch a One-Year-Old
  • Baqa: Inside This Ordinary Daylight
  • Walkingstick Dragon
  • The Opener
  • Soul Light and Sun the Same
  • The Pattern Improves
  • You're from a country beyond this universe ...
  • Essence is emptiness ...
  • Some Claims About Poetry and Consciousness
  • We're not afraid of God's blade ...
  • Come to this street with ...
  • Spring overall. But inside us ...
  • This is how I would die ...
  • How will you know the difficulties ...
  • Love is the way messengers ...
  • Begin
  • Back to Being
  • Three Travelers Tell Their Dreams
  • This Speech: The Source of Dream Vision
  • Fana and Baqa
  • Looking into the Creek
  • Forth
  • Hometown Streets
  • A Trace
  • Creator of Absence and Presence
  • A Ship Gliding over Nothing
  • Omar and the Old Poet
  • One Altar: The Inner Meaning of Religions
  • One Song
  • The Indian Tree
  • The Question of the Personal
  • Your Face
  • Let the Way Itself Arrive
  • A Cross-Eyed Student
  • Dear Soul
  • Four Words for What We Want
  • Four Interrupted Prayers
  • Spiritual Windowshoppers
  • The clear bead at the center ..
  • A Green Shawl: Solomon's Far Mosque
  • Entrance Door
  • What Was Told, That
  • Mary's Hiding
Control code
ocm46729141
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xvii, 425 p.
Isbn
9780060604530
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2001024621
Label
The soul of Rumi : a new collection of ecstatic poems, translations, introductions, and notes by Coleman Barks, with John Moyne ... [et al.]
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 403-409) and index
Contents
  • I want to be where ...
  • Would you like to have revealed to you ...
  • Imagining is like feeling around ...
  • The Husk and Core of Masculinity
  • Initiation: The Necessary Pain of Changing
  • Work in the Invisible
  • A Necessary Autumn Inside Each
  • Pain
  • A Surprise of Roses
  • More Range
  • Rumi's Life and Times
  • Choose a Suffering
  • Climb to the Execution Place
  • Watch a One-Year-Old
  • Baqa: Inside This Ordinary Daylight
  • Walkingstick Dragon
  • The Opener
  • Soul Light and Sun the Same
  • The Pattern Improves
  • You're from a country beyond this universe ...
  • Essence is emptiness ...
  • Some Claims About Poetry and Consciousness
  • We're not afraid of God's blade ...
  • Come to this street with ...
  • Spring overall. But inside us ...
  • This is how I would die ...
  • How will you know the difficulties ...
  • Love is the way messengers ...
  • Begin
  • Back to Being
  • Three Travelers Tell Their Dreams
  • This Speech: The Source of Dream Vision
  • Fana and Baqa
  • Looking into the Creek
  • Forth
  • Hometown Streets
  • A Trace
  • Creator of Absence and Presence
  • A Ship Gliding over Nothing
  • Omar and the Old Poet
  • One Altar: The Inner Meaning of Religions
  • One Song
  • The Indian Tree
  • The Question of the Personal
  • Your Face
  • Let the Way Itself Arrive
  • A Cross-Eyed Student
  • Dear Soul
  • Four Words for What We Want
  • Four Interrupted Prayers
  • Spiritual Windowshoppers
  • The clear bead at the center ..
  • A Green Shawl: Solomon's Far Mosque
  • Entrance Door
  • What Was Told, That
  • Mary's Hiding
Control code
ocm46729141
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xvii, 425 p.
Isbn
9780060604530
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2001024621

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