Claude Anet (author's name of Jean Schopfer), was a French novelist, journalist and tennis player, born in Morges (Switzerland), who lived from 1868 to 1931. Some of his novels were adapted to cinema, such as "Ariane, jeune fille russe" and "Mayerling". Anet travelled through Russia during the revolution and published a number of books on his trips through Russia and Persia.
Les 144 quatrains d'Omar Khayyam [51.186 KB]
, traduits littéralement par Claude Anet & Mirza Muhammad. Paris, Éditions de la Sirène, 1920. [PDF]
Robâ'iyât du Sage Khayyâm. 144 quatrains d'Omar Khayyâm traduits littéralement par Claude Anet et Mirza Muhammad. Nouvelle édition revue, accompagnée d'une étude par Gilbert Lazard et de 22 quatrains dans une traduction nouvelle. Paris, Club des Libraires de France, 1957
Robâ'iyât du Sage Khayyâm. [S.l.], Tschou, 1988
27 quatrains, and the introduction, were issued in Revue de Paris (27), nr 6., p. 595-604.
The text is available for download at Bibliothèque Nationale de France.