VIDA Y OBRA DE JALAL-DIN MUHAMMAD BALKHI ( SUPREMO POETA SABIO PERSA)



VIDA Y OBRA DE JALAL-DIN MUHAMMAD BALKHI (SUPREMO POETA SABIO PERSA)



POR SEYYED MOHAMMAD DAMADI
Universitat de Barcelona / Universidad de Teherán

 




RESUMEN:


El presente artículo es una aportación más para familiarizar al lector español con la vida y obra del Supremo e Insigne poeta y sabio persa Jalal-Din Muhammad Balkhi “Rumi” (Balkh 604/1207 – Qonya 672/1273). Su definitiva influencia no sólo en el sufismo y en el mundo islámico en general, sino también en el misticismo occidental gracias a obras tan imprescindibles en la literatura persa como el Mathnawi el Diwan-Shams Tabrizi o el Ruba’iyyat entre otros muchos le colocan como una figura relevante en la literatura universal, a pesar de que lamenta-
blemente sus obras no fueron traducidas a lenguas occidentales hasta el siglo XIX, gracias al impulso de los estudios orientales.



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