The Rubaiyat Of Omar Khayyam, The Astronomer Poet Of Persia.

  • Title: The Rubaiyat Of Omar Khayyam, The Astronomer Poet Of Persia.
  • Author: Edward (translator); edited with introduction and notes by A.E.S.; illustrated by Gilbert James Fitzgerald
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    1. Finding the good translation for the rubaiyat is a nightmare. This book gives a first look of Omar Khayyam's work, it's a good start to discover his spirit. I would recomand you to read Samarkand to complete it before discovering the rest of his work and the translation that will really suits you.

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    2. J'ai pensé à lire ce poème mythique depuis longtemps, et la possibilité de l'avoir tout de suite en déchergement m'a paru une excellente idée. Après lecture partielle (c'est bien longue!) j'en suis très content.

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    3. En réalité je cherchais la traduction au français de cette oeuvre, mais apparement ça n'existe pas. J'ai donc commandé la traduction anglaise, et je ne le regrette pas. C'est un très bel exemplaire. Tout à fait satisfaite.

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    4. With death dominating the news, due to the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, and the inevitable linkage to the Middle East, I decided that a useful counterpoint would be a review of a very famous celebration of life that also originated from the same region. When Europe was in its “Dark Ages,” the late 11th and early 12th centuries, a polymath shined in Persia (modern-day Iran). Omar Khayyam was a mathematician and astronomer, and wrote numerous treatises on mechanics, geography, mineralogy [...]

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    5. With death dominating the news, due to the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, and the inevitable linkage to the Middle East, I decided that a useful counterpoint would be a review of a very famous celebration of life that also originated from the same region. When Europe was in its “Dark Ages,” the late 11th and early 12th centuries, a polymath shined in Persia (modern-day Iran). Omar Khayyam was a mathematician and astronomer, and wrote numerous treatises on mechanics, geography, mineralogy [...]

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    6. Little money, great poetry.--Both the first (original, initial) and last (fifth) Fitzgerald-Khayyam Rubiyat are here. In my opinion, the first version is the most breath-taking and the fifth less so, like the King James' Bible compared to the New American Standard. One is poetry that reaches the stars and the other is prose.--The size and heft both are small. This paperback fits into a jeans pocket or small bag, the better to bring underneath some bough with (preferrably) a loaf of bread, a j [...]

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    7. I sometimes think that never blows so redThe rose as were some buried Cæsar bled;That every Hyacinth the garden wearsDropt in its lap from some once lovely headI originally ordered this because I learned about the mysterious case of the Somerton man. "tamám shud" was printed on a scrap of paper found months later in the fob pocket of the man's trousers. The scrap had been torn from the final page of a copy of Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. I thought I would get some minimalistic paper back book but [...]

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