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Some p. of the from Persian 107 ). poems in this collection are actual translations Thus " Kin Spruch des literature. See essay on this by Robert Moxberfjer 1 N'eue :l U Nitlfmu (\La J^yo oolX&. translated by Hamp. 114; Jlfa\sa/i-if/-as/'d/' (}f Nathan. Bland. London. 1844, ed. Mittlicil. vol. i. ]>. :;i \ ; vol. ii. pp. <>! " p. Rlickert-Sttiflien, pp. '78. eilen-Spriiche, pp. 102-1. S, Kriedr. Rlickert, (Jiainiiiatik. I'oetik u. Rlietonk e. g. iler many No. ;<> Also Bever, of these poems. Nltis.

G. "Das Weinhaus," p. 290) as the yyUt*^. to which Hafid was destined by God (H. 492. i). Monks and preachers are scored mercilessly 255; "Dem Prediger," g. p. 295) as in (e. " " Der Bussprediger, H. 430. p. 7: vA. " not drink! r said: The characteristic Persian images and rhetorical figures, familiar to us from Platen, are also found here in still greater mention some new ones, the soul is likened to a bird (p. 270, No. 29, cf. H. 427. 5: e c > P ress invoked to come to the brook (p. 1*^5) 7"*) variety and number.

Iv. 6, \. Platts, MaB. distich " Kein Mensch MaOnavt), 5, p. 139), Platts, p. 96), of the proverbs and maxims, pp. 102-108. die Flasche," p. 82, is a result of The poem "Die Kerxe und the poet's studies in connection with his translation of the Haft Qnlzi/m, a fragment of Amir Sahl* being combined with from Asadi. a passage cited ond," p. is 73, 6 Kaiidat-ussafa. are from Amir " Eine Kriegsregel aus Mirch- 4 a paraphrase of a maBnav'i from Mir^vand's In " Gottesdienst," p. 52, the first two lines Xusrau (Red.

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