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Works of `Abdu’l-Bahá
Tablets and other Writings:
London. Addresses and notes of conversations made during
`Abdu’l-Bahá’s trip to London in 1911,
first published in 1912 through the good offices of Sara,
Lady Blomfield. The current publication is believed to be
the first reprinting since 1921 when the Bahá’í Publishing
Society of Chicago published an American edition. Because
the original material is no longer available the Universal
House of Justice has approved that the publisher of this
edition state that it is no longer possible to verify the
translations of `Abdu’l-Bahá’s words.
Bahá’í Publishing Trust, London, 1982.
Paris Talks. Addresses that inspired and illuminated many
at meetings mostly in Paris, some few in London. Translated
into French at the time of oral presentation; compiled and
translated into English largely through the efforts of Lady
Blomfield. First published in 1912. 184 pp UK 1972.
of Universal Peace. Talks delivered by `Abdu’l-Bahá during
His visit to the United States and Canada in 1912. Compiled
by Howard MacNutt. An exposition of the fundamental principles
of the Revelation of Bahá’u’lláh
given in smaller intimate gatherings. Chronological listing
of talks by date, city and site. Introduction by compiler.
First published in 1922 in two volumes; in 1943 in one volume.
New Foreword. US 1982.
The Secret of Divine Civilization. Translated by Marzieh Gail. Writing over a century ago to
people of his native land, `Abdu’l-Bahá outlines
the path to a true, enduring peace and orderly civilization.
Introduction by Horace Holley. 126 pp US 1975.
Questions. Translated by Laura Clifford Barney as the interlocutor
recording `Abdu'l-Bahá's replies to questions she
asked while in the Holy Land during the difficult years of
1904-1906. Covers a wide range of spiritual and philosophical
questions; the Stations of the Prophets, the nature of man;
and a number of Biblical matters. First published in 1908.
324 pp 1981.
Tablets of the Divine Plan. Letters comprising
a summons and a mandate for a world mission conferred upon
North America. Named by Shoghi Effendi the ‘Charter
of the Divine Plan’. Published 1936 as America’s
Spiritual Mission. Now available in a pocket size edition.
Bahá'í Publishing Trust, Wilmette, 1993; 107
A Traveller’s Narrative. Translated by Prof.
Edward G. Browne of Cambridge University. Outlines the origin
of the Bábí Faith. Quotes passages from Bahá’u’lláh
in delineating the teachings. First published in 1891 by
Cambridge University Press, `Abdu’l-Bahá’s
authorship being unknown at the time. Rev. edn. 110 pp US
The Will and Testament of `Abdu’l-Bahá. Delineates the major features of the institutions of the
Bahá’í Faith. Preserves the integrity
of the teachings and the unity of the Bahá’í community.
Appointment of Shoghi Effendi as Guardian. One of the three
`charters’ concerning the establishment and development
of the Faith. First published US 1935. 26 pp US 1991.