شاهنامه فردوسیاز دستنویس موزه فلورانس



Among The Great Works Of World Literature, Perhaps One Of The Least Familiar To English Readers Is The Shahnameh ThePersian Book Of Kings, The National Epic Of Persia This Prodigious Narrative, Composed By The Poet Ferdowsi Between The Years 980 And 1010, Tells The Story Of Pre Islamic Iran, Beginning In The Mythic Time Of Creation And Continuing Forward To The Arab Invasion In The Seventh CenturyAs A Window On The World, Shahnameh Belongs In The Company Of Such Literary Masterpieces As Dante S Divine Comedy, The Plays Of Shakespeare, The Epics Of Homer Classics Whose Reach And Range Bring Whole Cultures Into View In Its Pages Are Unforgettable Moments Of National Triumph And Failure, Human Courage And Cruelty, Blissful Love And Bitter GriefIn Tracing The Roots Of Iran, Shahnameh Initially Draws On The Depths Of Legend And Then Carries Its Story Into Historical Times, When Ancient Persia Was Swept Into An Expanding Islamic Empire Now Dick Davis, The Greatest Modern Translator Of Persian Poetry, Has Revisited That Poem, Turning The Finest Stories Of Ferdowsi S Original Into An Elegant Combination Of Prose And Verse For The First Time In English, In The Most Complete Form Possible, Readers Can Experience Shahnameh In The Same Way That Iranian Storytellers Have Lovingly Conveyed It In Persian For The Past Thousand Years.شاهنامه فردوسیاز دستنویس موزه فلورانس

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  • 792 pages
  • شاهنامه فردوسیاز دستنویس موزه فلورانس
  • Abolqasem Ferdowsi
  • Persian
  • 18 August 2017
  • 9640354104 Edition Language Persian Characters

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  1. says:

    Shahnameh The Persian Book of Kings Vol 9, Abolqasem FerdowsiThe first modern critical edition of the Shahnameh was prepared by a Russian team led by E E Bertels, using the oldest known manuscripts at the time, dating from the 13th and 14th centuries, with heavy reliance on the 1276 manuscript from the British Museum and the 1333 Leningrad manuscript, the latter of which has n...

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    The history of the world is a history of jerks Starting with Gilgamesh, our earliest epic hero, who makes everyone wrestle him until they are exhausted then goes off to sleep with their wives while they pray to the gods to deliver them, to Achilles sulking in his tent, the Athenians sentencing Socrates to die because he talks too much, or Tacitus writing of how Caligula, Claudius, and Nero ruled through assassination and manipulation.Sure, there are always a few level headed, intelligent fellow The history of the world is a history of jerks Starting with ...

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    Shahnameh The Persian Book of Kings, Abolqasem FerdowsiAbu l Qasim Firdowsi Tusi c 940 1020 , or Ferdowsi was a Persian poet and the author of Shahnameh Book of Kings , which is the world s longest epic poem created by a single poet, and the national epic of Greater Iran Ferdowsi is celebrated as the most influential figure in Persian literature and one of the greatest in the history of literature Among the great works of world literature, perhaps one of the least familiar to English re Shahnameh The Persian Book of Kings, Abolqasem FerdowsiAbu l Qasim Firdowsi Tusi c 940 1020 , or Ferdowsi was a Persian poet and the author of Shahnameh Book of Kings , which is the world s longest epic poem created by a single poet, and the national epic of Greater Iran Ferdowsi is celebrated as the most influential figure in Persian literature and one of the greatest in the history of literature Among the great works of world literature, perhaps one of the least familiar to English readers is the Shahnameh ThePersian Book of Kings, the national epic of Persia This prodigious narrative, composed by the poet Ferdowsi between the years 980 and 1010, tells the story of pre Islamic Iran, beginning in the mythic time of Creation and continuing forward to the Arab invasion in the seventh century.As a window on the world, Shahnameh belongs in the...

  4. says:

    This is perhaps the greatest collection of stories I have ever read It is a true dream book if you love wonder stories, myths and heroic epics this is the kind of saga you dream about Every story is better than the one preceding it and it keeps mounting until it reaches heights of imagination and storytelling that are all but untouchable As in Persian poetry the language is rich, layered and achingly beautiful It is basically a long family saga but it never gets too complicated to follow This is perhaps the greatest collection of stories I have ever read It is a true dream ...

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    Shahnameh The Persian Book of Kings, Abolqasem Ferdowsi, Dick Davis Translator , Azar Nafisi Foreword Among the great works of world literature, perhaps one of the least familiar to English readers is the Shahnameh The Persian Book of Kings, the national epic of Persia This prodigious narrative, composed by the poet Ferdowsi between the years 980 and 1010, tells the story of pre Islamic Iran, beginning in the mythic time of Creation and continuing forward to the Arab invasion in the seve Shahnameh The Persian Book of Kings, Abolqasem Ferdowsi, Dick Davis Translator , Azar Nafisi Foreword Among the great works of world literature, perhaps one of the least familiar to English readers is the Shahnameh The Persian Book of Kings, the nationa...

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    The olden kings gave us the gift of a peaceful holiday.Calling for wine and musicians at the onset of springThey forgave, they forgot, and drank their worries away.This is a review of the edition of Shanameh published by the Quantuck Lane Press It is an adaptation, as labeled on the first page it is certainly shorter than the full text as listed for the Penguin etc editions But it is accompanied by beautifully ornate, full illustrations on every page, original to the edition, and the text ce The olden kings gave us the gift of a peaceful holiday.Calling for wine and musicians at the onset of springThey forgave, they forgot, and drank their worries away.This is a review of the edition of Shanameh published by the Quantuck Lane Press It is an adaptation, as labeled on the first page it is certainly shorter than the full text as listed for the Penguin etc editions But it is accompanied by beautifully ornate, full illustrations on every page, original to the edition, and the text certainly seems adequate to get a good sense of the full work This is a large scale about 14 inches tall and 10 wide deluxe production The one I have from the library is covered i...

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    Time is beneficial when reading this one.I originally started this July 2017 and am now finished December 2018 That would be a year and a half spent with this book And it s so incredibly appropriate because this book is a chronicle of Persia s history told through the lineage of its kings.This book begins with the Persian creation story with all of its absolute wild, unpredictable magical elements The early stories contain magic mythological creatures I m sure if you grew up with class Time is beneficial when reading this one.I originally started this July 2017 and am now finished December 2018 That would be a year and a half spent with this book And it s so incredibly appropriate because this book is a ch...

  8. says:

    My literary travels around Iran continued this month with Shahnameh, and boy was it a long trip Clocking in at 854 pages not including glossaries and indices , it took me nearly a month to read, and not for lack of interest the stories are, for the most part, fascinating.Originally, my plan was to sample stories from Shahnameh to get an idea of Persian mythology Shahnameh is roughly the Persian equivalent of The Odyssey or Beowulf, covering stories of Persian heroes and historical events Un My literary travels around Iran continued this month with Shahname...

  9. says:

    An extraordinary book, I believe that this book has saved my mother tongue respectful language, Persian, it has saved our history All true iranians owe Ferdousi This is the book we need to remember ourselves.

  10. says:

    I am not so presumptuous as to review the Shahnameh Does one review Shakespeare or Augustine But I will comment on Dick Davis excellent translation Some people complain that it s written in prose others complain that it s written in poetry Yet the magic of this translation is the incorporation of the two As he says in the introduction, Davis goal is not to faithfully reproduce the tens of thousands of lines of poetry that took Ferdowsi 30 years to write Rather, he opts for a combination I am not so presumptuous as to revie...

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