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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Fir•dau•sifərˈdaʊ si; -ˈdu-(n.)
or Fir•dou•si ; also Fir•du•si
(Abul Qasim Mansu or Hasan), 932–1020, Persian poet.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
or Firdusi, the pseudonym of Abu-'l Kasim Mansur, the great poet of Persia, born near Tûs, in Khorassan; flourished in the 10th century B.C.; spent 30 years in writing the "Shah Nama," a national epic, but having been cheated out of the reward promised by Sultan Mahmud, he gave vent to bitter satire against his royal master and fled the court; for some time he led a wandering life, till at length he returned to his birthplace, where he died; a complete translation of his great poem exists in French.
Hakim Abu ʾl-Qasim Ferdowsi Tusi, highly revered Persian poet and the author of the epic of Shahnameh - the Persian "Book of Kings" - which is the world's longest epic poetry created by a single poet, and the national epic of Iran and the Persian speaking world. Having drafted the Shahnameh under patronage of the Samanid and the Ghaznavid courts, Ferdowsi is celebrated as one of the most influential Persian poets of all time, and an influential figure in Persian literature.
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