The Prophet (Deluxe Hardbound Edition) (Hardcover)

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Delve into the profound wisdom and timeless poetry of “The Prophet” with this exquisite hardbound edition. Kahlil Gibran’s masterpiece offers spiritual insights and philosophical musings, beautifully presented in a sturdy and elegant format that will be cherished for generations to come.

  • Kahlil Gibran’s enduring masterpiece in a hardbound edition
  • Poetic and profound reflections on life, love, and spirituality
  • Elegant and durable hardcover binding for long-lasting enjoyment
  • Illustrations that enhance the beauty of the text
  • A treasured gift for those seeking inspiration and contemplation.


About the Author

"A writer of the New York Pen League, Kahlil Gibran was born Gibran Kahlil Gibran in 1883 in the town of Bsharri, Mount Lebanon, Ottoman Syria. Owing to his family’ s poor financial condition, Gibran did not receive any formal education in his childhood. He was taught at home by the visiting priests.
Most of Gibran’ s early works were written in Arabic. His first work was a work about music. It was titled Nubthah fi Fan Al-Musiqa and was published in 1905. Ara’ is al-Muruj, his second work, was published the next year. It was translated as Nymphs of the Valley, Spirit Brides and also as Brides of the Prairie.
Many of his works were written and published in English. These include The Madman (1918), Twenty Drawings (1919), The Forerunner (1920), The Prophet (1923), Sand and Foam (1926) and The Earth Gods (1931).
With a strong element of mysticism, which is influenced by Islam, Christianity, theosophy and Judaism, his works deal with spiritual love, joy and sorrow, marriage, children and death. Gibran died from tuberculosis and liver cirrhosis on 10 April 1931 in New York. "

Product Details
ISBN: 9789388369701
ISBN-10: 938836970X
Publisher: Fingerprint! Publishing
Publication Date: December 1st, 2018
Pages: 144
Language: English