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By Paulist Press / 1978/
Two early Sufi classics are contained in this volume. They embody the essence of spiritual life in this Islamic tradition. Ibn ‘Ata’ Illah (1250–1309) was a Sufi saint and sage who lived in Egypt. Kwaja Abdullah Ansari (1006–1089) was one of major early writers of Persian mystical literature.
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Ibn ‘Ata’ Illah (d. 1309) was an instructor within the Shadhili Sufi order. His works include a biography of the founder of his movement.
Kwaja Abdullah Ansari (1006–1099) lived in Persia during the 11th century, was known as a gifted orator and commentator on the Qur’an.