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Rumi [Sufi mystic] - Poetical Works (43 books)

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RUMI (in full Jalal al-Din Rumi) (ca. 1207-1273)
was a 13th-century Persian Sunni Muslim poet and Sufi mystic. Best known for his poems expressing the ecstasies and mysteries of love of all kinds -- erotic, divine, friendship -- Rumi has widely influenced mystical thought and literature throughout history. Today, he remains one of the most read poets in the world, whose wise teachings and exquisite verse transcend all boundaries in their mystic brilliance.

Rumi was a poet of rare transcendental power. His inspirational verse speaks with the universal voice of the human soul and brims with exuberant energy and passion. The epic MASNAVI ("Spiritual Verses") is one of the best known and most influential works of Sufism, consisting of six books of poetry that together amount to around 25,000 verses and teaching Sufis how to reach their goal of being in true love with God. Rumi described it as "the roots of the roots of the roots of the (Islamic) religion," and the text came to be regarded by some Sufis as the Persian-language Quran, widely influencing mystical thought and literature throughout the Muslim world.

Rumi's use of Persian and Arabic in his poetry, in addition to some Turkish and less Greek, has resulted in his being claimed variously for Turkish literature and Persian literature, a reflection of the strength of his influence in Iran and Turkey. The influence of his writings in the Indian subcontinent is also substantial. By the end of the 20th century, his popularity had become a global phenomenon, with his poetry achieving a wide circulation in western Europe and the United States.


The following books are in ePUB and/or PDF format as noted:

* Book of Love: Poems of Ecstasy and Longing (HarperCollins, 2007). Translated by Coleman Barks. -- ePUB + PDF

* Bridge to the Soul (HarperCollins, 2007). Translated by Coleman Barks et al. -- PDF

* Collected Poetical Works (Delphi, 2015) -- ePUB

* Daylight: A Daybook of Spiritual Guidance (Shambhala, 2015). Translated by Camille and Kabir Helminski. -- ePUB

* Discourses of Rumi (Omphaloskepsis, n.d.). Translated by A. J. Arberry (revised). -- PDF

* Essential Rumi, The (HarperCollins, 2004). Translated by Coleman Barks et al. -- PDF + ePUB

* Glance, The: Songs of Soul Meeting (Viking/Arkana, 1999). Translated by Coleman Barks with Nevit Ergin. -- PDF

* In the Arms of the Beloved (Tarcher, 2008). Translated by Jonathan Star. Translated by . -- PDF

* Islamic Mystical Poetry: Sufi Verse from the Mystics to Rumi (Penguin Classics, 2009). Edited and translated by Mahmoud Jamal. -- ePUB

* Let the Beauty We Love Be What We Do (Scriptor, 1995). Edited by Ric Amante et al. -- PDF

* Love is a Stranger: Selected Lyric Poetry (Shambhala, 2011). Translated by Kabir Edmund Helminski. -- ePUB

* Love is My Savior: The Arabic Poems of Rumi (Michigan, 2016). Translated by Nesreen Akhtarkhavari and Anthony A. Lee. -- PDF

* Love Poems of Rumi (Harmony, 1998). Translated by Deepak Chopra and Fereydoun Kia. -- PDF

* Love: The Joy That Wounds (Souvenir, 2005). Translated by Elfreda Powell. -- PDF

* Love's Ripening: Rumi on the Heart's Journey (Shambhala, 2010). Translated by Kabir Helminski and Ahmad Rezwani. -- ePUB + PDF

* Magnificent One: Selected New Verses from Divan-i Kebir (Larson, 1993). Translated by Nevit Oguz Ergin. -- PDF

* Masnavi i Ma'navi: The Spiritual Couplets (Omphaloskepsis, 2001). Translated by E.H. Whinfield. -- PDF

* Masnavi, The: Book 1 (Oxford World's Classics, 2004). Translated by Jawid Mojaddedi. -- ePUB + PDF

* Masnavi, The: Book 2 (Oxford World's Classics, 2007). Translated by Jawid Mojaddedi. -- ePUB + PDF

* Masnavi, The: Book 3 (Oxford World's Classics, 2013). Translated by Jawid Mojaddedi. -- ePUB

* Mathnawi, The (Luzac, 1925-40). 3 volumes. Translated by Reynold A. Nicholson. -- PDF

* Mystical Poems of Rumi (Chicago UP, 2009). Translated by A.J. Arberry. -- ePUB + PDF

* One-Handed Basket Weaving (Maypop, 1991). Versions by Coleman Barks. -- PDF

* Open Secret (Shambhala, 1999). Translated by John Moyne and Coleman Barks. -- PDF

* Pocket Rumi, The (Shambhala, 2011). Edited by Kabir Helminski. -- ePUB

* Purity of Desire: 100 Poems (Penguin, 2012). Translated by Daniel Ladinsky with Nancy Owen Barton. -- ePUB

* Rumi Collection: An Anthology of Translations (Shambhala, 2012). Edited by Kabir Helminski. -- ePUB

* Rumi Daybook: 365 Poems and Teachings (Shambhala, 2012). Translated by Kabir and Camille Helminksi. -- ePUB

* Rumi: Past and Present, East and West [Franklin Lewis] (Oneworld, 2014). -- ePUB

* Rumi's Little Book of the Heart (Hampton Roads, 2016). Translated by Maryam Mafi and Azima Melita Kolin. -- ePUB

* Selected Poems (Arcade, 2013). Translated by Farrukh Dhondy. -- ePUB

* Signs of the Unseen: The Discourses of Rumi (Shambhala, 1999). Translated by W.M. Thackston, Jr. -- PDF

* Soul Fury (HarperCollins, 2014). Translated by Coleman Barks. -- ePUB

* Soul of Rumi, The: A New Collection of Ecstatic Poems (HarperCollins, 2001). Translated by Coleman Barks et al. -- ePUB

* Spiritual Verses (Penguin Classics, 2006). Translated by Alan Williams. -- ePUB

* Swallowing the Sun (Oneworld, 2007). Translated by Franklin D. Lewis. -- PDF

* Teachings of Rumi, The (Shambhala, 2012). Edited by Andrew Harvey. -- ePUB

* Unseen Rain: Quatrains of Rumi (Threshold, 1986). Translated by John Mayne and Coleman Barks. -- PDF

* Warriors of Love: Rumi's Odes to Shams of Trabriz (Watkins, 2017). Translated by James Cowan. -- ePUB

* When Grapes Turn to Wine (Yellow Moon, 1986). Translated by Robert Bly. -- PDF

* Words of Paradise: New Interpretations by Raficq Abdulla (Frances Lincoln, 2000). -- PDF

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