Rub Iy T of Omar Khayy M in English Verse the Text of the Fourth Edition Followed by That of the First with Notes Showing the Extent of His Inde

Rub  Iy  T of Omar Khayy  M in English Verse  the Text of the Fourth Edition  Followed by That of the First  with Notes Showing the Extent of His Inde PDF Book Detail Author: Omar Khayyam
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Read and Download Omar Khayyam book Rub Iy T of Omar Khayy M in English Verse the Text of the Fourth Edition Followed by That of the First with Notes Showing the Extent of His Inde in PDF, EPub, Mobi, Kindle online. Free book TRub Iy T of Omar Khayy M in English Verse the Text of the Fourth Edition Followed by That of the First with Notes Showing the Extent of His Inde. This book was released on 2013-09 with total page 22 pages. Book excerpt: Ce livre historique peut contenir de nombreuses coquilles et du texte manquant. Les acheteurs peuvent generalement telecharger une copie gratuite scannee du livre original (sans les coquilles) aupres de l'editeur. Non reference. Non illustre. 1888 edition. Extrait: ...edited the Poems himself some years ago. He may now as little approve of my Version on one side, as of Mons. Nicolas' Theory on the other. What historical Authority has Mons. Nicolas to show that Omar gave himself up "avec passion a l'6tude de la philosophic des Soufis"? (Preface, p. xiii.) The Doctrines of Pantheism, Materialism, Necessity, &c., were not peculiar to the Sufi; nor to Lucretius before them; nor to Epicurus before him; probably the very original Irreligion of Thinking men from the first; and very likely to be the spontaneous growth of a Philosopher living in an Age of social and political barbarism, under shadow of one of the Two and Seventy Religions supposed to divide the world. Von Hammer (according to Sprenger's Oriental Catalogue) speaks of Omar as "a Free-thinker, and a great opponent of Sufism;" perhaps because, while holding much of their Doctrine, he would not pretend to any inconsistent severity of morals. Sir W. Ouseley has written a note to something of the same effect on the fly-leaf of the Bodleian MS. And in two Rubaiyat of Mons. Nicolas' own Edition Suf and Sufi are both disparagingly named. No doubt many of these Quatrains seem unaccountable unless mystically interpreted; but many more as unaccountable unless literally. Were the Wine spiritual, for instance, how wash the Body with it when dead? Why make cups of the dead clay to be filled with--"La Divinite'" by some succeeding Mystic? Mons. Nicolas himself is puzzled by some " bizarres" and " trop Orientales " allusions and images--" d'une sensualite quelquefois reVoltante" indeed--which "les convenances" do not permit him to translate; but still which the reader cannot but refer to "La Divinite." 1No...