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Published by Toward Publishing, United Kingdom Seller Rating:. Condition: New. New edition. Language: English. Brand new Book. Abstract: Mantiq Ut-tair, The Conference of the Birds, was composed in the twelfth century by the Persian poet, Farid ud-Din Attar, in the form of an allegorical poem, based on the teaching of the Sufis, of whom Attar was one of the greatest.

The book is, as Attar says, 'A gift for distinguished men and a boon for the common'. Translation: This translation by C. Nott was first published in and at that time only two partial translations were available in England.

Stanley Nott's rendering from the French prose translation of Garcin de Tassy is virtually complete, and as such was the? Garcin de Tassy's translation is as he says, 'as literal as I have been able to make it intelligible'.

He has also retained the flavour, the spirit, and the teaching of Attar's poem. The brush drawings by Kate Adamson are based on those in an ancient Persian manuscript of Mantiq Ut-tair. Additional content: The appendix of this book includes a note about Attar, a short section on the Sufis and a glossary of some of the names and other words used throughout the text.

Seller Inventory APC More information about this seller Contact this seller 1. Published by Shambala, Berkeley About this Item: Shambala, Berkeley, Condition: Very Good. Clear Light Series. Spine and wrapper edges sunned, wrappers lightly handled and edgeworn, page edges tanned, corners lightly bumped.

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Published by Samuel Weiser, New York k Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Rendered into English from the French translation by C. Frontis plate. Includes forward and glossary. Green cloth, small octavo. Nice bright copy with some light soiling to top edge.

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Inventory No: Published by The Janus Press London From: Deightons Bournemouth, United Kingdom. Large 8vo. Original white eps. Neat 8 word dedication on fep. Covers : slightest shelf knock front top corner else very clean. Clean tight copy. Published by Routledge and Kegan Paul. About this Item: Routledge and Kegan Paul. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged.

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Mantiq Ut Tair

This manuscript has several distinctive features. It was initiated under the Timurid court atelier in Herat and completed in the Safavid court atelier in Isfahan. It contains illustrations that are often attributed to the celebrated painter Bihzad, who served the Timurid monarch Husain Baiqara r. As the colophon states, this manuscript was completed on the first day of the fifth month of the second year of the last ten years preceding , that is, A. Although four illustrations can be dated to the late s, for some reason the manuscript was not completed. The story is as follows: The birds assemble to select a king so that they can live more harmoniously. Among them, the hoopoe, who was the ambassador sent by Sulaiman to the Queen of Sheba, considers the Simurgh, or a Persian mythical bird , which lives behind Mount Qaf, to be the most worthy of this title.

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In the poem, the birds of the world gather to decide who is to be their sovereign, as they have none. The hoopoe , the wisest of them all, suggests that they should find the legendary Simorgh. The hoopoe leads the birds, each of whom represents a human fault which prevents human kind from attaining enlightenment. The hoopoe tells the birds that they have to cross seven valleys in order to reach the abode of Simorgh. These valleys are as follows: [1].

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