The Agony and the Ecstasy of Rumi, the World's Most Famous Poet
You've seen Rumi's wisdom, even if you didn't know who wrote it. His profound impact on poetry and philosophy are still felt today, as much as ever. Although also a biography, this lesson also delves into the nature of poetry, figurative language, and the limits of translations.
Page Count: 13
Please Note: Practitioners or group users should choose "Professional Use" from the drop-down menu of license types if they intend to use the lesson with multiple students in a professional context. Single use licenses only extend copyright permission for use with one student or in the home setting.
Professionals may also purchase single licenses, and later upgrade for professional use by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for honoring the original work of our writers by adhering to these instructions.