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An Audience of One : Islamic Ghazals in English : book : (Majid Mohiuddin)

An Audience of One : Islamic Ghazals in English : book : (Majid Mohiuddin)

An Audience of One : Islamic Ghazals in English : book : (Majid Mohiuddin)
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ISBN: 0970783132
Author: Majid Mohiuddin
Publisher: Olive Media Services (April 2004)
Pages: 77 Binding: Paperback

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This book is a collection of Islamic Ghazals (poems) on prayer and faith. The Ghazal titles correspond to the times and names of the five daily prayers said by Muslims. Each Ghazal takes you on a journey to a place where you can replenish the spiritual senses.

It is a masterful collection of poems that brings the beauty of traditional Islamic Ghazals in English to a modern audience.

About the Author

Majid Mohiuddin was born and raised in New Jersey and currently resides in Boston, MA. He received his undergraduate and medical degrees from Brown University. He is currently pursuing his residency in Radiation Oncology at Harvard Medical School.

Mr. Mohiuddin received the New Jersey Governor's Award for the Arts and Literature. While at Brown University, he was part of the prestigious Rose Writing and Rhetoric Fellows Program. He has published a number of poems and essays on a variety of topics, ranging from medicine and religion to creative writing. As of late, his interests have focused on Islamic art, architecture, history, and literature. "An Audience of One" represents his first collection of Islamic poems.