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Author: Kahlil Gibran Narrator: Derrick M Publisher: Author's Republic Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: April 2020 ISBN: 9781662105265
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Uncover the classic poetry collection that has stood the test of time.

Delving into the nature of humanity, love, mortality, society, knowledge and the human condition, the incredible poetry collection The Prophet has transcended the ages to resonate in the hearts of people to this day.

An inspiring assortment of 28 chapters concerning everything from family and passion to freedom, morality and death, writer and poet Kahlil Gibran takes us on a journey into the fundamental tenants of what it is to be human, offering profound reflections and philosophical musings which challenge and define our beliefs, society, and our very nature.

One of the most translated books of all time, The Prophet stands strong nearly 100 years after its first publication. This book is a must-read for anyone interested in poetry, philosophy, and classic literature.

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About the Author

Kahlil Gibran (1883–1931), an artist, poet, and writer, was born in Lebanon and spent much of his productive life in the United States. He is known in the English-speaking world primarily for The Prophet, a book of twenty-six poetic essays published in 1923 which achieved cult status. He remains one of the world’s bestselling poets, second only to Shakespeare and Lao-Tzu. To many he is a genius whose philosophical and prophetic style convey important messages about life and humanity in a simple, yet beautifully eloquent manner, which was described by Library Journal as "poetic prose, half New Testament and half Walt Whitman.”