Sufism by A. J. Arberry
An Account of the Mystics of Islam

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"A concise but authentic account." — Islamic Review. The first concise history of Sufism to appear in any language, this work remains among the best. A noted scholar offers insights into every aspect of Sufism, from interpretation of the word of God and the life of the Prophet to the theorists of Sufism, the structure of Sufi theory and practice, and more.
 

About A. J. Arberry

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Arthur John Arberry, as Head of the Department of Classics at Cairo University, acquired a firsthand knowledge of literary and social conditions in the Islamic Middle East. Between 1947 and 1969 he served as Sir Thomas Adams Professor of Arabic at Cambridge University. He published some twenty books in Islamic studies during his lifetime, many dealing with mysticism and poetry. Professor Arberry died in England in 1969.
 
Published December 1, 1950 by Allen & Unwin. 141 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Law & Philosophy, Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference. Non-fiction
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