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Divani-I-Hafiz 3-Vols Set, The (Hb)2009
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In this regard, the dissertation argues that the primary motivation behind Sudi’s writing a non-canonical commentary is his pioneering attempt at introducing a grammatical approach to textual interpretation into the sixteenth-century Ottoman mystical scholarship on Persian classics.
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Ghazaliyat of Hafiz
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Author Inan, Murat Umut. Reading Sudi’s commentary against the background of his predecessors’ and paying attention to the critical tone underlying his work, the dissertation demonstrates how an Ottoman scholar with a disciplinary training in Arabic and Persian philology presents his commentary as a hafzi not only of the canon of mystical scholarship but also of the textual and interpretive practices associated with it.
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