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Khalil Gibran

Gibran Khalil Gibran (born 1883-01-06 in Bsharri[?], Lebanon, died 1931-04-10 in New York City) was a Lebanese poet and artist. He emigrated to Boston, USA in 1895 with his mother, sisters and half-brother. The spelling "Kahlil Gibran" is the result of an error when he first entered school in Boston. He studied art in Boston and French and Arabic in Lebanon.

Bibliography

  • Ara'is al-Muruj (Nymphs of the Valley, 1906)
  • al-Arwah al-Mutamclrrida (Spirits Rebellious (http://leb.net/gibran/works/spirits/spiritsr), 1908)
  • al-Ajniha al-Mutakassira (Broken Wings (http://leb.net/gibran/works/BrokenW/broken), 1912)
  • Dam'a wa Ibtisama (A Tear and A Smile (http://leb.net/gibran/works/tear/tearandsmile), 1914)
  • The Madman (http://leb.net/gibran/works/madman/madman) (1918)
  • al-Mawakib (The Processions, 1919)
  • al-'AuasiJ (The Tempests, 1920)
  • The Forerunner (1920)
  • al-Bada'i' waal-Tara'if (The New and the Marvellous ,1923)
  • The Prophet (http://leb.net/gibran/works/prophet/prophet), 1923 - his best known work
  • Sand and Foam (http://leb.net/gibran/works/sand/sand) (1926)
  • Jesus, The Son of Man (http://leb.net/gibran/works/jesus/jesus) (1928)
  • The Earth Gods (http://leb.net/gibran/works/earth/earthg1) (1929)
  • The Wanderer (http://leb.net/gibran/works/wanderer/wander) (1932)
  • The Garden of The Prophet (http://leb.net/gibran/works/garden/garden) (1933)

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