Exquisitely produced with a traditional Chinese binding, this edition of The Prophet will be cherished by all fans of Gibran’s spiritual and wise guide to life. Love, marriage, children, work, joy, sorrow, friendship, freedom, pain, passion: those are just some of the topics Kahlil Gibran ponders in his modern classic, The Prophet. Written in English and first published in 1923, the book gradually became a global bestseller. Shaped around the story of a prophet leaving his country of exile, the text consists of a series of short discussions on what really matters most in life. Its simple but beautiful prose offers solace and guidance, and resonates in our hearts and minds.
READ Texts and Artefacts: Selected Essays on Textual Criticism and Early Christian Manuscripts (The Library of New Testament Studies)