Published by Fulton Books, Reza Noubary’s New Book, ‘Khayyam in Rhyme’, Is an Attempt to Decipher Omar Khayyam’s Poems Literally and Figuratively

Reza Noubary, an author of several books with more than five decades of work experience in universities from various countries, has completed his most recent book, “Khayyam in Rhyme”: a study elucidating the well-known poet and mathematician Omar Khayyam’s views in life. This insightful work consists of 70 of Khayyam’s translated poems and gives a better explanation of his views that readers could get inspiration from.
Reza writes, “To date, more than 11,000 books have been written about Omar Khayyam’s life, poetry, philosophy, and contributions to mathematics and astronomy. His Rubaiyat (stanzas of four quatrains or lines) has charmed tens of millions of hearts around the world and is among the most read of all time.
“Khayyam has been appropriately called the poet of destiny. What makes his work fascinating is the realization that he, unlike most poets of his era, was not a fatalist. In fact, accepting his philosophy and heeding his advice means shifting focus from the external, be it mystical or sensual, to the internal and arriving at the ultimate truth that in life all that matters is love and joy; all else is fantasy and fallacy.
“Although Khayyam has been known to the scientific community for centuries, he shot into fame in the Western world only after publication of Edward FitzGerald’s (1809-1883) translation of Rubaiyats/Rubais in Victorian England.
“This book presents poem-to-poem translations of some of Khayyam’s popular Rubaiyat to English—both literally and conceptually. The translations follow the style of the original poems. It also includes some of the translator’s/author’s own poems inspired by Khayyam.”
Published by Fulton Books, Reza Noubary’s book compiles Khayyam’s selected poems to help readers have a better understanding of his stand on important issues. Furthermore, readers will surely fall in love with Khayyam’s way of using metaphors embedded in his highly spiritual and meaningful poems.
Readers who wish to experience this work can purchase “Khayyam in Rhyme” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books