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Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib (1797-1869), noble, poet, and wit of Mughal Delhi in its twilight years before the Revolt of 1857, is the most famous of the Urdu poets that the Indian subcontinent has produced. This volume brings together his significant writings in poetry and prose, and provides information on the life and times of Ghalib.
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"Ghalib (1797-1869) was, in most critics' estimation, South Asia's greatest poet.... Russell translates Ghalib's Persian and Urdu elegantly and provides a useful elucidation of the formal and rhetorical conventions of classical Persian poetry. The best general introduction to Ghalib available. Highly recommended." --Choice
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