(d. c. 1390)

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(d. c.1390),

a famous Persian poet and philosopher, born at Shiraz, whose poems sing of love and flowers and wine and nightingales. His principal work is the Divan, a collection of short lyrics called ghazals, or ghasels, in which some commentators see a mystical meaning.

Subjects: Literature — Islam.

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