This book examines the Sufi approach to Qur’anic interpretation as exemplified in a twelfth-century Persian Qur’an commentary, Rashīd al-Dīn Maybudī’s Kashf al-asrār wa ʿuddat al-abrār (Unveiling of Mysteries and Provision of the Righteous). Written during one of the most exciting, formative periods in Sufism’s history, the commentary manifests the doctrines and the poetic language of love mysticism, which were to become essential elements of the later literature of Sufism. Dr Keeler analyses Maybudī’s approach to the Qur’an, examines the mystical doctrines of the Kashf al-asrār and shows how Maybudī conveys these teachings through his mystical interpretations of the stories of the prophets Abraham, Moses and Joseph.