Published: September 15, 2011
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 1848581084
ISBN - 13: 9781848581081
From the Publisher
Sing and dance togetehr and be joyous, but let each one of you be
alone, Even as the strings of a lute are alone though they quiver
with the same music.
So speaks Gibran's prophet Almustafa, on the eve of his return to
his homeland after a 12-year exile in the city of Orphalese.
Entreated by its inhabitants to impart of his wisdom before
quitting their shores, Almustafa delivers a set of short and deeply
profound discourses on aspects of life and the human condition,
including love and marriage, work, commerce and laws, and pain and
Written in 1923 by Lebanese philosopher Kahlil Gibran, and since
translated into over 40 languages, The Prophet is as enduring as it
is popular. The ideas it expresses in spare and poignant cadences
are ever more fitting as our daily lives become increasingly
cluttered and chaotic. Starkly and strikingly beautiful. The
Prophet is a testimony to life and love.
This beautiful collector's edition is illustrated throughout with
stunning images which capture and enhance the elegant and
meditative tenor of the timeless text.
22 cm x 26 cm 128 page hardcover.