The Forty Rules of Love PDF

The Forty Rules of Love A Novel of Rumi - MALIK MUHAMMAD PDF

The Forty Rules of Love A Novel of Rumi - MALIK MUHAMMAD PDF

In this follow-up to her acclaimed 2007 novel The Bastard of Istanbul, Turkish creator Elif Shafak unfurls two tempting parallel stories - one contemporary and the other set in the thirteenth century, when Rumi experienced his otherworldly guide, the spinning dervish known as Shams of Tabriz - that together manifest the artist's ageless message of affection. 

Ella Rubenstein is 40 years of age and despondently wedded when she accepts a position as a peruser for a scholarly operator. Her first task is to peruse and give an account of Sweet Blasphemy, a novel composed by a man named Aziz Zahara. Ella is hypnotized by his story of Shams' quest for Rumi and the dervish's job in changing the fruitful yet miserable priest into a submitted spiritualist, enthusiastic writer, and supporter of affection. She is additionally taken with Shams' exercises, or guidelines, which offer knowledge into an old way of thinking dependent on the solidarity surprisingly and religions, and the nearness of affection in all of us. As she peruses on, she understands that Rumi's story reflects her very own and that Zahara - like Shams - has come to liberate her.

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