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Samarkand Accused Of Mocking The Inviolate Codes Of Islam, The Persian Poet And Sage Omar Khayyam Fortuitously Finds Sympathy With The Very Man Who Is To Judge His Alleged Crimes Recognising Genuis, The Judge Decides To Spare Him And Gives Him Instead A Small, Blank Book, Encouraging Him To Confine His Thoughts To It Alone Thus Begins The Seamless Blend Of Fact And Fiction That Is Samarkand Vividly Re Creating The History Of The Manuscript Of The Rubaiyaat Of Omar Khayyam, Amin Maalouf Spans Continents And Centuries With Breathtaking Vision The Dusky Exoticism Of Th Century Persia, With Its Poetesses And Assassins The Same Country S Struggles Nine Hundred Years Later, Seen Through The Eyes Of An American Academic Obsessed With Finding The Original Manuscript And The Fated Maiden Voyage Of The Titanic, Whose Tragedy Led To The Rubaiyaat S Final Resting Place All Are Brought To Life With Keen Assurance By This Gifted And Award Winning Writer


About the Author: Amin Maalouf

Amin Maalouf Arabic alternate spelling Amin Maluf is a Lebanese journalist and novelist.He writes and publishes primarily in French Most of Maalouf s books have a historical setting, and like Umberto Eco, Orhan Pamuk, and Arturo P rez Reverte, Maalouf mixes fascinating historical facts with fantasy and philosophical ideas In an interview Maalouf has said that his role as a writer Amin Maalouf Arabic alternate spelling Amin Maluf is a Lebanese journalist and novelist.He writes and publishes primarily in French Most of Maalouf s books have a historical setting, and like Umberto Eco, Orhan Pamuk, and Arturo P rez Reverte, Maalouf mixes fascinating historical facts with fantasy and philosophical ideas In an interview Maalouf has said that his role as a writer is to create positive myths Maalouf s works, written with the skill of a master storyteller, offer a sensitive view of the values and attitudes of different cultures in the Middle East, Africa and Mediterranean world



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    one of the best historical novel that i have read,an extraordinary one,i really admire it,,,,the passionate love story of Omar Khayyam and Jahan the poet at the court of Samarkand and this nine years love that end in the most tragic way.before reading this novel i only thought that Omar Khayyam was only a great persian poet,and surprisingly i discovered he was philosopher and teacher,Astronomer Mathematician and ALGEBRA LEADER and agreat scient


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    Samarcande Samarchande SamarKand, Amin MaaloufSamarkand French Samarcande is a 1988 historical fiction novel by the French Lebanese writer Amin Maalouf The narrative revolves the 11th century Persian poet Omar Khayy m and his poetry collection Rubaiyat The first half of the story is set in Persia present day Iran and Central Asia in the 11th century, and revolves around the scientist, philosopher, and poet Omar Khayy m It recounts the creation of his R


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    I wrote down 12 quotes from this book when I read it back in 1999 clearly I loved it Of course, I am sure that a great deal of that love came from being in Central Asia at the time and having been to Samarkand It s a fictional story about the Rubiyaat and Omar Khayyamchokengtitiktitikchokeng 26 Time has two dimensions, its length is measured by the rhythm of the sun but its depth by the rhythm of passion p 81 the qualities needed to govern are not those which are need


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