Kahlil Gibran, Man and Poet: A New Biography
Bushrui and Jenkins have produces a biography that meticulously explores the complex intricacies of this philosopher-poet. Offering fresh insights into his life, times and work, this unique book sets new criteria in evaluating Gibran.
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This year marks the 75th anniversary of Gibran's The Prophet, one of the most widely read books of the 20th century, and this biography of the poet and philosopher offers both insight into his life ... Read full review
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