Literary History of Persia Vol 4
Mirza Firuz Shah
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Browne, Edward Granville
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Cambridge University Press, The Great Britain
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"A History of Persian Literature under Tartar^ Dominion." I have known Persians whose patriotism has so far outrun their historical judgement as to seek to claim as compatriots not only Timur but even Chingiz and Huldgu, those scourges of mankind, of whom the two last mentioned in particular did more to compass the ruin of Islamic civilization, especially in Persia Country, than any other human beings. When we read of the shocking devastation wrought by the Mongols through the length and breadth of Central and Western Asia, we are amazed not so much at what perished at their hands as at what survived their depredations, and it says much for the tenacity of the ancient Persian character that it should have been so much less affected by these barbarians than most other peoples with whom they came in contact.
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