The Divan-I-Hafiz [ Hafez ]; Translated for the first time out of Persian into English prose, with Critical and Explanatory Remarks, with an Introductory Preface, with a Note on Sufi-ism, and with a life of the author. H. Wilberforce CLARKE, Translated into Prose, Explanatory Notes, Hafiz Index HAFEZ, Khwaja Shamsu-d-din Muhammad-i-Hafiz-i-Shirazi otherwise known as Lisanu-l-Ghaib and Tarjumanu-l-Asrar.
The Divan-I-Hafiz [ Hafez ]; Translated for the first time out of Persian into English prose, with Critical and Explanatory Remarks, with an Introductory Preface, with a Note on Sufi-ism, and with a life of the author
The Divan-I-Hafiz [ Hafez ]; Translated for the first time out of Persian into English prose, with Critical and Explanatory Remarks, with an Introductory Preface, with a Note on Sufi-ism, and with a life of the author

The Divan-I-Hafiz [ Hafez ]; Translated for the first time out of Persian into English prose, with Critical and Explanatory Remarks, with an Introductory Preface, with a Note on Sufi-ism, and with a life of the author

New York, NY: Samuel Weiser, Inc., 1970. Facsimile Edition. Hardcover. Small quartos. Two volumes in slipcase (complete). xlvi + 584pp & 585 -1011pp. Taupe cloth with blue spine panels titled and decorated in gilt. This edition limited to 500 sets. A facsimile of the first 1926 edition of this set which is the first English translation of the collected works of the 14th century Persian Sufic lyric poet known as "Hafez", famous for his odes to love, both divine and earthly. A few very faint marks to cloth from handling else a tight, bright near Fine set in the original VG publisher's slipcase. (Slipcase a bit rubbed overall, some abrasions to lower and rear panels, all edges sunned and faded). Item #66230

Price: $250.00