Kahlil Gibran Mikhail Naimy


Published: January 1st 1985


265 pages


Kahlil Gibran  by  Mikhail Naimy

Kahlil Gibran by Mikhail Naimy
January 1st 1985 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 265 pages | ISBN: | 3.64 Mb

Mikhail Naimy, close friend and associate of Kahlil Gibran, explode much of the myth built around the Prophet of Lebanon in recent years. Here, for the first time, we meet the real Gibran- the wanderer-the lover- the pulsating human being.

Many of his hitherto unpublished writings and sayings are included, throwing new light upon this figure so important today in the worlds of literature, art, and philosophy.Mikhail Naimy, for whom Gibran called on his death bed. was as a literary of the Middle East. He speaks as a direct observer and confidant, rather than as an objective biographer, setting forth intimate detail the incidents of Gibrans life from birth to death.Written in flowing narrative style, this work reads with the fascination of exciting fiction. The extensive supplement includes, among other valuable material.

Gibrans last will and testament, and a series of personal letters written by him to the author over the years, with rare biographical illustrations.

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