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Tulip in the Desert: A Selection of the Poetry of Muhammad Iqbal #2020

Tulip in the Desert A Selection of the Poetry of Muhammad Iqbal Muhammad Iqbal is one of the pre eminent writers of the Indian subcontinent and the attention he has received from writers translators and critics in western as well as Islamic countries te

  • Title: Tulip in the Desert: A Selection of the Poetry of Muhammad Iqbal
  • Author: Mustansir Mir
  • ISBN: 9788125017318
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tulip in the Desert: A Selection of the Poetry of Muhammad Iqbal By Mustansir Mir, Muhammad Iqbal 1877 1938 is one of the pre eminent writers of the Indian subcontinent and the attention he has received from writers, translators and critics in western as well as Islamic countries testifies to his stature as a world literary figure In his translation of Iqbal s poetry, Mustansir Mir seeks to convey every level of meaning and mood in the poems, while maMuhammad Iqbal 1877 1938 is one of the pre eminent writers of the Indian subcontinent and the attention he has received from writers, translators and critics in western as well as Islamic countries testifies to his stature as a world literary figure In his translation of Iqbal s poetry, Mustansir Mir seeks to convey every level of meaning and mood in the poems, while making the text as readable and idiomatic as possible.

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    1. Iqbal s study of world politics had convinced him that power could be countered only with power and that the appeal to morality or good sense, which is typically made by the weak, goes unheeded by the strong The ideal world thus exists within us only, and only has to be brought out and given tangible form Iqbal is influenced by Ibn Khaldun s philosophy of history the forces that generate a new civilisation arise from an environment that sets a premium on toughness, promotes self pride and self r [...]

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