By Amin Maalouf
Samarkand (French: Samarcande) is Urdu Translation of a 1988 ancient fiction novel by way of the French-Lebanese author Amin Maalouf. the unconventional acquired the Prix Maison de l. a. Presse.
The first 1/2 the tale is decided in Persia (present day Iran) and vital Asia within the eleventh century, and revolves round the scientist, thinker, and poet Omar Khayyám. It recounts the construction of his Rubaiyat through the heritage of the Seljuk Empire, his interactions with historic figures sich as Vizir Nizam al-Mulk and Hassan al-Sabbah of the order of the Assassins, and his love affair with a feminine poet of the Samarkand court docket. the second one half the tale records the efforts of a fictional American named Benjamin O. Lesage to acquire the (fictional) unique reproduction of the Rubaiyat, witnessing Persian historical past in the course of the Persian Constitutional Revolution of 1905-1907, merely to lose this manuscript within the sinking of the RMS massive.
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