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Tales from Masnavi

Written by eastern writer on Friday, April 11, 2008

From Tales from Masnavi, Jalal al-Din Rumi
translated by A.J. Arberry

1-The Lament of the Reed Flute
9-The grammarian and the boatman
12-The man who said, 'It is I'
21-Omar and the man
22-The man who stole a snake
25-The king and his falcon, on penitence
42-The blind beggar
44-Galen and the madman
45-A story of Moses
48-The man who married a harlot
56-The old man and the doctor
60-The miracle of the wine
61-The mouse and the camel
65-The prayer that was answered
67-The Jackal that pretended to be a peacock
71-The Elephant in the dark
73-The striker and the stricken

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