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The Autobiography of a Moroccan Sufi, Ibn Ajiba Ahmad Ibn ?Ajiba 1747-1809 (Paperback)

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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 188775220X
ISBN-13: 9781887752206
Sku: 30579993
Publish Date: 2/1/2000
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.75H x 5.75L x 0.75T
Pages:  193
Age Range:  NA
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Ibn 'Ajiba wrote his "fahrasa," or autobiography, not for the pleasure of talking about himself but "to celebrate God's kindness." It details his travels in search of both secular and spiritual knowledge, his entrance on a Sufi path strongly based within the Islamic tradition, and the social, intellectual, and spiritual struggles he encountered. This new English translation by David Streight is based on a contemporary French translation from the Arabic by the Swiss scholar Jean-Louis Michon.
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Ibn 'Ajiba wrote his "fahrasa," or autobiography, not for the pleasure of talking about himself but "to celebrate God's kindness." It details his travels in search of both secular and spiritual knowledge, his entrance on a Sufi path strongly based within the Islamic tradition, and the social, intellectual, and spiritual struggles he encountered. This new English translation by David Streight is based on a contemporary French translation from the Arabic by the Swiss scholar Jean-Louis Michon.
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