A truly beautiful book that brings Rumi's works to life for the reader, The Illuminated Rumi is already a classic presentation of the poems and philosophy of that amazing man. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Kit Wilson
Rumi offers wonderful thoughts to ponder and the book is lovely to look at. Haifiz and Rumi are two of my most favourite poets to ponder life.Published 23 months ago by Sheryl-Elaine Brazeau
A visual treat as well as a poetic and spiritual gift. The Art is superb. Very universal and deep. Of course I am a Rumi fan. An amazing book for the contemplative mind.Published on March 25 2010 by Dineke Dewit
From beginning to end a true masterpiece. Always acurate and ever so gentle,pushing the boundaries of language and spirit. Read morePublished on June 4 2001 by del sloan
I find some of the other rather pedantic reviews a bit troubling. I can, of course, appreciate that those who are more knowledgable about Sufism in general, and Rumi in specific,... Read morePublished on June 8 2000 by "16point9oz"
This book obscures the bold spirit of Rumi with a facade of emotionally dominated wishful thinking. Rumi should challenge, confront, transport and dare the reader - but this book... Read morePublished on March 17 2000
I have been a lover of Rumi's poetry for some time. This combination of Coleman Barks' inspired translations and the enlightened illustrations are like walking through the... Read morePublished on Nov. 7 1999 by C. M. Carter
That Love and loving are not affected by time and space is lovingly demonstrated by the "collaboration" of Rumi, Barks and Green. Read morePublished on Sept. 29 1999 by Eric Leber (firstname.lastname@example.org)