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The bostan of Saadi
A pupil of the eminent Sufi Sheikh Shahabuddin Suhrawardi, Saadi was born in about 1184, and educated in Baghdad. At times he lived as a wandering dervish, visiting the centres of learning of the East, and was even captured by the Crusaders. His writings have influenced European literature, and have been studied in both East and West.
Of all his books, the Bostan (The Orchard) and the Gulistan (The Rose Garden) are his best known and m... >Voir plus