When Grapes Turn to Wine: Versions of Rumi
Yellow Moon Press, 1986 - 16 pages
In recent years there has been a growing hunger in the industrialized nations for contact with the authentic ecstatic traditions of the world. The Victorian era translations of Rumi were completely inadequate to this task. Robert Bly, eminent poet and translator, had undertaken among his many projects to publish new versions of the mystic poets Kabir, Mirabai and Rumi. --Yellow Moon Press.
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