Recently, I found out an acquaintance of mine from a few years ago passed away back in October 2019. He and his wife were regular customers of mine when I worked at Macy's, and we kept in touch after I left the retail profession. He was originally from Morocco, and his wife is from Egypt, and they are Muslim, of course. Perhaps that's why I decided to revisit my collection of translations of the Qur'an. My Qur'an collection is not anywhere near as large as my Bible collection, or even my Book of Mormon collection. But I am fascinated by the wide variety of English Qur'an translations that are available, and I have many of them in my library.
I recently stumbled on this article, which discusses many of the English Qur'an translations that have been done, some of which I have, and others of which I do not have (yet). I have read some of the Qur'an, but not nearly all of it. Perhaps I will address that situation in the near future.
(adj.) wild and frenzied; from Greek κορυβαντες (Korybantes)