The Prophet

The Prophet

Lebanese-American author, Kahlil Gibran's highly acclaimed work, The Prophet (1923) is steeped in allegory, addressing many dimensions of life's philosophies. It was published in English in 1923, released in the public domain on January 1, 2019. It features reproductions of Gibran's original drawings.

"And ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation."
-- [excerpt from "The Coming of the Ship"]

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Table of Contents

The Coming of the Ship

On Love

On Marriage

On Children

On Giving

On Eating and Drinking

On Work

On Joy and Sorrow

On Houses

On Clothes

On Buying and Selling

On Crime and Punishment

On Laws

On Freedom

On Reason and Passion

On Pain

On Self-Knowledge

On Teaching

On Friendship

On Talking

On Time

On Good and Evil

On Prayer

On Pleasure

On Beauty

On Religion

On Death

The Farewell

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