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large. 51 It is introduced as a history of what the authors refer to as Sufi math , namely the Sufi religion. A part is also devoted to the life of Shāh ʿAbd al-Lāṭif, probably borrowed from Parsrām’s own publication on the same topic. Another chapter is on Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī. That said, his main

In: Adab and Modernity

described as being centered upon the soul and the heart. For every Sufi master there appears to be at least one narrative in which the dog is used as an exemplar (Foltz, 2006 , pp. 140-141). For example, work by one of the most celebrated Sufi masters of all time, the Persian poet Jalal al-Din Rumi (d

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