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+ ~hc~Jalaloddin Rumi Questions for CPLT 324 World Literature to 1650, Fall 2009, Instructor Alfred J. Drake, Ph.D. at California State University, Fullerton~/hc~<h3>^-=CPLT 324 JALALODDIN RUMI QUESTIONS=-^


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Assigned: Jalaloddin Rumi. "Selections" (1544-49).
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"Selections"


1. In one or more poems, how does the poet reflect on his medium (the written word) as a vehicle for arriving at the sort of authenticity or truth he seeks? What can words do? What can't they do, and why?
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2. Rumi's mystical poetry seems to thrive on paradoxical statements, or, to put the case another way, to thrive on exploiting the gap between seeming and being -- choose any one or more poems and discuss this aspect of his poetry. ("The Question" is probably the most obvious choice, but not the only one.)
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3. What relationship to God does the seeker strive for or posit in any one or more of the selected poems? What relationship does he achieve?
- __Edition:__ Lawall, Sarah, ed. ''The Norton Anthology of World Literature.'' 2nd edition. Volumes 1ABC. New York: Norton, 2002. ISBN A = 0-393-97755-2, B = 0-393-97756-0, C = 0-393-97757-9.
+ <b>Edition:</b> Lawall, Sarah, ed. <i>The Norton Anthology of World Literature.</i> 2nd edition. Volumes 1ABC. New York: Norton, 2002. ISBN A = 0-393-97755-2, B = 0-393-97756-0, C = 0-393-97757-9.


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