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Fire flies

From the 1913 winner of the Nobel Prize in literature comes Fireflies, a collection of 200 proverbs, aphorisms, and maxims from India, China, and Japan. Collected by Rabindranath Tagore over many years, each epigrammatic "firefly" represents a brief yet luminous thought on life, beauty, or God. --Moyer Bell, Ltd.

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  • "Fireflies"
  • "Nuqush-e-Tagore (Fireflies)"

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  • "Collection of 272 brief poems by the famed Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore."
  • "From the 1913 winner of the Nobel Prize in literature comes Fireflies, a collection of 200 proverbs, aphorisms, and maxims from India, China, and Japan. Collected by Rabindranath Tagore over many years, each epigrammatic "firefly" represents a brief yet luminous thought on life, beauty, or God. --Moyer Bell, Ltd."@en

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  • "Translations"@en
  • "Translations"
  • "Poezja bengalska"
  • "Specimens"
  • "Specimens"@en

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  • "Sphuliṅga"
  • "Fire flies"@en
  • "نقوش ٹىگور"
  • "Naqūsh-i Ṭaigor"
  • "Fireflies"@en
  • "Fireflies"
  • "Sphulinga"

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