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Saadi's Bostan aus dem Persischen übersetzt


Translated by Friedrich Rückert
Considered one of the greatest works of the Sufi writers, Saadi’s Bostan (The Orchard) is an astounding poetic collection of wisdom that includes anecdotes, proverbs, and quotations that engage the rules of life and psychological observations of individual behavior. Saadi (or Abu Muslih bin Abdallah Shirazi, 1184 – 1283/1291?) was a Persian poet and traveler. Here Bostan is presented in German translation, the work of one of Germany’s great poets, Friedrich Rückert, who also had the distinction of being a professor of oriental languages. The lover of medieval poetry will find this supreme accomplishment of Persian poetry irresistible.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-319-9
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: May 21,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 299
Language: German
ISBN: 978-1-60724-319-9
$143.75

Considered one of the greatest works of the Sufi writers, Saadi’s Bostan (The Orchard) is an astounding poetic collection of wisdom that includes anecdotes, proverbs, and quotations that engage the rules of life and psychological observations of individual behavior. Saadi (or Abu Muslih bin Abdallah Shirazi, 1184 – 1283/1291?) was a Persian poet and traveler. His insights reflected in his poetry derive from his sojourn among the common people from Anatolia to Indian, Egypt to Syria, and throughout the Middle East. Here Bostan is presented in German translation, the work of one of Germany’s great poets, Friedrich Rückert, who also had the distinction of being a professor of oriental languages. The lover of medieval poetry will find this supreme accomplishment of Persian poetry irresistible.

Friedrich Rückert (1788–1866) was an Orientalist, poet, and translator. He studied at the universities of Würzburg and Heidelberg and taught at the universities of Erlangen and Berlin.

Considered one of the greatest works of the Sufi writers, Saadi’s Bostan (The Orchard) is an astounding poetic collection of wisdom that includes anecdotes, proverbs, and quotations that engage the rules of life and psychological observations of individual behavior. Saadi (or Abu Muslih bin Abdallah Shirazi, 1184 – 1283/1291?) was a Persian poet and traveler. His insights reflected in his poetry derive from his sojourn among the common people from Anatolia to Indian, Egypt to Syria, and throughout the Middle East. Here Bostan is presented in German translation, the work of one of Germany’s great poets, Friedrich Rückert, who also had the distinction of being a professor of oriental languages. The lover of medieval poetry will find this supreme accomplishment of Persian poetry irresistible.

Friedrich Rückert (1788–1866) was an Orientalist, poet, and translator. He studied at the universities of Würzburg and Heidelberg and taught at the universities of Erlangen and Berlin.

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  • Borwort (page 7)
  • Inhalt (page 13)
  • Tob Bottes (page 15)
  • Udhte Bforte (page 247)