Gibran by Kahlil Gibran
Mirrors of the Soul

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A new collection of distinctive writings from the pen of Kahlil Gibran, rendered into English by Joseph Sheban, also a Lebanese living in the United States. From the wealth of poetic prose left behind by the latter-day prophet of the Middle East, Mr. Sheban has selected some of the most meaningful, yet unfamiliar. The volume is prefaced by a biographical study of Gibran, including the women in his life.

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Published January 1, 1976 by Citadel. 101 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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Although written by a cousin and his wife, this is a scrupulous if overall non-judgmental biography of the man so likely to provoke reverential nonsense (see his amanuensis Barbara Young's The Man from Lebanon, still in print) or irritation since both Gibran's, and The Prophet's, remarkable longe...

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