Synopses & Reviews
A unique and beautiful gift edition of a collection of love letters written by one of the most popular poets of all time, Kahlil Gibran. These letters form a collection of unparalleled significance for Gibran scholars and admirers. They shed an entirely new light on Gibran's innermost feelings, never so frankly expressed as here. Illustrated in two-colors throughout with original pen and ink sketches by Gibran and facsimiles of correspondence, this is a fascinating insight into an elusive yet extremely popular figure.
Kahlil Gibran and the Arabic writer May Ziadah never met, but distance could not dim their love. This collection of exquisite letters is beautifully illustrated with Gibran's pen-and-ink sketches.
Kahlil Gibran and May Ziadah knew one another solely from each other's work; they never met, but a correspondence began in mutual admiration which lasted until Gibran's death in 1931. This text reproduces their letters.