Hardcover Book, 1198 pages
- "The Divan-i Hafiz" is a complete verbatim translation of all of Hafez's ghazals, rubaiyats, qita'at, masnavi, the saqinameh, the moghaninameh, qasaid, and mokhamas.
It includes a biography of the poet, description of other translations, index of the personages in the poems, index of the figures of speech used, and copious notes on practically every line in the poems based on Sudi's well known Turkish commentary.
This new edition includes a new introduction by Michael C. Hillmann, a Hafez scholar, who surveys: other English translations, Wilberforce-Clarke's translation, the life of Hafez and the historical and literary characteristics of the ghazal.
Also added to this new edition is a table which gives the correspondence between the numbers given to the poems in Clarke's translation and the recent Persian language editions of the Divan of Khanlari and Ghazvini/Ghani.
Also added to this new edition is a table matching the English translations with the original Persian in the editions Ghazvini and Ghani and of Khanlari.
Clarke's word for word translation and its copious notes explaining almost everything make it very suitable for the English speaking student of Hafez who is attempting to learn the Persian.
"The Divan-i Hafiz" has been used extensively by later translators of Hafez.
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|Hardcover Book, 1198 pages||English|
|Ibex Publishers (Nov. 1st, 1997)||Unknown|
|9780936347806||7.25 x 10.20 x 2.46 inches|
|Middle Eastern Literary Collections|