Allama Iqbal, Selected Poetry: Text, Translation and Transliteration

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New Dawn Press, 2006 - Literary Criticism - 389 pages
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Serving as an introduction to the works, influence, and legacy of the Muslim philosopher-poet Allama Muhammad Iqbal, this collection provides faithful translations that retain the special ornaments of Persian verse. This collection of the works of Iqbal, considered to be one of the greatest poets of the Urdu language, showcases the musicality of style and unique rhyme and assonance that has made his work memorable. A lengthy introduction, discussing the important aspects of Iqbal's life and art, is also included.

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About the author (2006)

K. C. Kanda is a former reader in the English department at Delhi University. He has published 10 books of Urdu poetry translations and is the recipient of the Urdu Academy Award for excellence in translation.

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