Jalâl âlDîn Rûmî, is a great Persian mystic poet of the 13th century. His major work, Mathnawî, is a collection of symbolic tales, anecdotes, sayings, wisdom writings and wise advices. His work had a fundamental influence on Middle-eastern thought and expresses the Sufi philosophy: respect for all religions and ideologies, human beings and nature, love of learning and self-education. This collection offers 16 stories each one accompanied by the visual talent of a great Iranian contemporary illustrator.
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- reading stories belonging to a fascinating culture, far in time and space.
- trying to understand what makes these tales still so actual and interesting.