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  4. This is one of those wholly original classics there s nothing else quite like it as far as I can see, Maybe Virgil s Georgics, if you partake of the theory that those country verses are elaborate allegories regarding Roman post civil war governance aimed at Caesar Agustus himself And this particular translation by Julie Scott Meisami is a remarkable achievement in its own right I m so happy that I discovered that this poem novel even exists I have Steven Moore s Alternative History of th This is one of those wholly original classics there s nothing else quite like it as far as I can see, Maybe Virgil s Georgics, if you partake of the theory that those country verses are elaborate allegories regarding Roman post civil war governance aimed at Caesar Agustus himself And this particular translation by Julie Scott Meisami is a remarkable achievement in...

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  7. This is an extraordinary verse mystical epic in the Medieval Persian style, by Nizami, Azarbajani classical poet, whose Laila and Majnun has been translated, but unfortunately only in prose that I know of This translation is in verse, and not forced verse, or plodding, academic verse, but lively, sensuous, even erotic always tasteful and with metaphorical meaning and deeply symbolic colors, planets, levels of spiritual nearness to God poetry, rhymed and octosyllabic throughout, as naturall This is an extraordinary verse mystical epic in the Medieval Persian style, by Nizami, Azarbajani classical poet, whose Laila and Majnun has been translated, but unfortunately only in prose that I know of This translation is in verse, and not forced verse, or plodding, academic verse, but lively, sensuous, even erotic always tasteful and with metaphorical meaning and deeply symbolic colors, planets, levels of spiritual nearness to God poetry, rhymed and octosyllabic throughout, as naturally flowing as, say, the verse of Alexander...