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  • The Nightingales are Drunk
  • Hafez
  • English
  • 25 July 2019
  • 9780141980263

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CHARACTERS The Nightingales are Drunk Hafez Ñ 1 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Ë The Nightingales are Drunk 'Drunk or sober king or soldier none will be excluded' Sensual profound delighted wise Hafez's poems have enchanted their readers for than 600 years One of the greatest figures of world literature he remains today the most popular poet in modern Iran Introducing Little Black Cl. Come tell me what it is thatI have gainedFrom loving youThe doubtful uality of translation and the thematic similarity of the selection makes it an unsuitable book to approach Hafiz s poetry for the uninitiated Not that it s impossible to not like him but I hold this LBC responsible for the many one star comments trashing Hafiz the poet that you see in community reviews But I can t help but rate it five stars because Hafiz is a five star poet and one of the greatest practitioners of the classical Persian love lyric the ghazalThe natural flow of Hafiz s poetry is lost in the rendition and rearrangement of couplets Ghazals move erratically break abruptly and it feels as though a mediocre dabbler has penned them Davies handling of the refrain radeef has also been problematic see poem on pg 29 30 which I m not uoting here It is also important to stick to a form when translating the ghazal Sure not every poem translates well into a prefigured form but it helps to stick to one for the most part and deviate only when the occasion demands it Arbitrarily changing form as though the originals were a bunch of dissimilar poems obscures the meticulous care the poet has put into crafting each and every ghazal of his DivanThis selection is culled by whom it doesn t say from a Penguin volume Faces of Love Hafez and the Poets of Shiraz which means it s a selection of a selection The final product is constricted and doesn t feel like a representative selection of the diversity and richness of his poetic cosmos He comes off as a fatalist winebibber incapable of talking about anything else You could never have guessed Hafiz was primarily a Sufi poet who used wine drinking as a metaphor for divine love keeping the literal meaning on a mundane level yet elevating it to a higher degree with a reminder that all life is ephemeral and the pinnacle of existence is to merge as one with the Beloved beloved with the capital B By way of apology for pulling a Professor Horrendo on the book below I uote some fine examples to round off the review Where s a musician so that I can giveThe profit I once foundIn self control and knowledge for a flute s songsAnd a lute s sweet sound I ve lived my life without a life Don t be surprised at this Who counts an absence as a lifeWhen life is what you missBut those whose lives are centered onYour lovely mouth confessNo other thoughts than this and thinkNothing of Nothingness My body s dust is as a veilSpread out to hideMy soul happy that moment whenIt s drawn aside Until my lips are played on like a fluteBy his lips beautyMy ears can only hear as wind the world sAdvice on duty And now one of the dozens of wine laden couplets Sit yourself down upon the wine shop s benchAnd take a glass of wine this is your shareOf all the wealth and glory of the worldAnd what you re given thereis all you needJune 16 Red Notice A True Story of High Finance Murder and One Man’s Fight for Justice greatest figures of world literature he remains today the most popular poet in modern Iran Introducing Little Black Cl. Come tell me what it is thatI have Ruined by the Reich Memoir of an East Prussian Family 1916 1945 gainedFrom loving youThe doubtful uality of translation and the thematic similarity of the selection makes it an unsuitable book to approach Hafiz s poetry for the uninitiated Not that it s impossible to not like him but I hold this LBC responsible for the many one star comments trashing Hafiz the poet that you see in community reviews But I can t help but rate it five stars because Hafiz is a five star poet and one of the The Legend of Eli Monpress greatest practitioners of the classical Persian love lyric the Close Relations ghazalThe natural flow of Hafiz s poetry is lost in the rendition and rearrangement of couplets Ghazals move erratically break abruptly and it feels as though a mediocre dabbler has penned them Davies handling of the refrain radeef has also been problematic see poem on pg 29 30 which I m not uoting here It is also important to stick to a form when translating the A Killer's Christmas in Wales ghazal Sure not every poem translates well into a prefigured form but it helps to stick to one for the most part and deviate only when the occasion demands it Arbitrarily changing form as though the originals were a bunch of dissimilar poems obscures the meticulous care the poet has put into crafting each and every طعم گس خرمالو ghazal of his DivanThis selection is culled by whom it doesn t say from a Penguin volume Faces of Love Hafez and the Poets of Shiraz which means it s a selection of a selection The final product is constricted and doesn t feel like a representative selection of the diversity and richness of his poetic cosmos He comes off as a fatalist winebibber incapable of talking about anything else You could never have Mob Mistress guessed Hafiz was primarily a Sufi poet who used wine drinking as a metaphor for divine love keeping the literal meaning on a mundane level yet elevating it to a higher degree with a reminder that all life is ephemeral and the pinnacle of existence is to merge as one with the Beloved beloved with the capital B By way of apology for pulling a Professor Horrendo on the book below I uote some fine examples to round off the review Where s a musician so that I can How to Love giveThe profit I once foundIn self control and knowledge for a flute s songsAnd a lute s sweet sound I ve lived my life without a life Don t be surprised at this Who counts an absence as a lifeWhen life is what you missBut those whose lives are centered onYour lovely mouth confessNo other thoughts than this and thinkNothing of Nothingness My body s dust is as a veilSpread out to hideMy soul happy that moment whenIt s drawn aside Until my lips are played on like a fluteBy his lips beautyMy ears can only hear as wind the world sAdvice on duty And now one of the dozens of wine laden couplets Sit yourself down upon the wine shop s benchAnd take a In the Kingdom of Shadows glass of wine this is your shareOf all the wealth and أنا بدوي دمي glory of the worldAnd what you re Flashback given thereis all you needJune 16

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CHARACTERS The Nightingales are Drunk Hafez Ñ 1 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Ë The Nightingales are Drunk Erra del Fuego to 16th century California and the Russian steppe Here are stories lyrical and savage; poems epic and intimate; essays satirical and inspirational; and ideas that have shaped the lives of millions Rumi 1207 73 Rumi's Selected Poems is available in Penguin Classic. Go mind your own business preacherwhat s allThis hullabalooI thought I knew what Hafez was all about but it turns out I didn t When I recently read The Left Hand of Darkness I thought that Handdara was based on Buddhist ideas but now I am almost sure Le Guin was drawing rather on Sufiism or on Hafez who calls himself ignorant names his freedom finds kinship in monasteries and enough of everything on earth in the dust at God s door This inn has two doors and through one we have to go What does it matter if the doorway s high or lowI am a big fan of Dick Davis who translated this I will see what else he s done and seek it out Daisy Fay and the Miracle Man by Fannie Flagg Summary Study Guide go What does it matter if the doorway s high or lowI am a big fan of Dick Davis who translated this I will see what else he s done and seek it out