Bewildered: The Mystical Love Poetry of Ibn ‘Arabi

February 16, 2019 (2–5pm)
The October Gallery, 24 Old Gloucester Street, London WC1N 3AL

Introducing a new English translation of Ibn ‘Arabi’s extraordinary cycle of mystical poetry Tarjumān al-Ashwāq (Translation of Desires) with publisher, Simone Fattal.

Event Description

Introducing a new English translation by Michael Sells of Ibn ‘Arabi’s extraordinary cycle of mystical poetry, Tarjumān al-Ashwāq (Translation of Desires). It is our great pleasure to invite the publisher Simone Fattal to speak at this event. Simone, who has produced the book for the Post-Apollo Press, has been involved with Ibn ‘Arabi all her life.

A selection of the poems will be read and discussed and copies of the book will be available for purchase.

Click here to read more about this new translation in Beshara Magazine’s interview with Michael Sells and Simone Fattal.

Booking & Fees

Cost: £8 + £1.54 Eventbrite registration fee
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Entry by ticket – refreshments provided

Enquiries:
Michael Cohen at london@beshara.org or 020 8300 7928

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