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Persian-Language Poets Please Note That The Content Of This Book Primarily Consists Of Articles Available From Wikipedia Or Other Free Sources Online Pages 58 Chapters Nizami Ganjavi, Muhammad Iqbal, Mirza Ghalib, Amir Khusrow, Ismail I, Shahab Al Din Suhrawardi, Ahmad Shamlou, Nasir Khusraw, Abdul Latif Pedram, Mirza Mazhar Jan E Janaan, Baba Tahir, Sultan Bahu, Nasiruddin Chiragh Dehlavi, Forough Farrokhzad, Ruzbihan Baqli, Parvin E Tesami, Simin Behbahani, Fereydoun Farrokhzad, Zeb Un Nisa, Khalilullah Khalili, Gholamreza Rouhani, Sarmad Kashani, Abdul Q Dir B Dil, Wasef Bakhtari, Esad Erbili, Sadriddin Ayni, Sheikh Reza Talabani, Masud Sa D Salman, Fereydoon Moshiri, Ayn Al Quzat Hamadani, Youssof Kohzad, Sufi Ghulam Mustafa Tabassum, Nizami Aruzi, Abolqasem Lahouti, Parween Pazhwak, Abid Ali Abid, Syed Ata Ullah Shah Bukhari, Farrukhi Sistani, Mirzadeh Eshghi, Mina Assadi, Manuchehri, Mahmoud Mosharraf Azad Tehrani, Manouchehr Atashi, Rashid Yasemi, Yadollah Royaee, Mu Izzi, Farzona, Loiq Sher Ali, Mawlana Shahin Shirazi, Gulrukhsor Safieva, Aref Qazvini, Unsuri, Am Aq, Azraqi, Kisai Marvazi, Asjadi, Uthman Mukhtari, Gulnazar Keldi, Hassan Ghaznavi, Bijan Jalali, Ayyuqi Excerpt Nizami Ganjavi Persian Kurdish , Nez Mi Ye Ganjavi Azerbaijani 1141 To 1209 , Nizami Ganje I, Nizami, Or Nez Mi Persian , Whose Formal Name Was Ni M Ad D N Ab Mu Ammad Ily S Ibn Y Suf Ibn Zakk, Is Considered The Greatest Romantic Epic Poet In Persian Literature, Who Brought A Colloquial And Realistic Style To The Persian Epic His Heritage Is Widely Appreciated And Shared By Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Iran, And Tajikistan His Personal Name Was Ilyas And His Chosen Pen Name Was Nezami Also Spelled As Nizami And Ne Mi He Was Born Of An Urban Background In Ganja Great Seljuq Empire Now Present Day Azerbaijan And Is Believed To Have Spent His Whole Life In South Caucasus According To De Blois, Ganja Was A City Which At That Time Had Predominantly An Iranian Population The Armenia


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