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By ʿUmar Ibn al-Fãriḍ / Paulist Press / 2001
This volume contains two major works of the venerated poet Umar Ibn al-Farid, an accomplished Sufi as well as a respected poet, whose works blend the two traditions of classical Arabic poetry and Islamic mysticism.
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Umar Ibn al-Farid (1181–1235) was an Arab poet who was born in Cairo and lived in Mecca. His family had a legal heritage while he himself lived as a prominent Sufi teacher and author. His writings are still read at his tomb on Fridays to this day.