• Kahlil Gibran Collected Poetry Books and Works

  • The Prophet, The Madman, The Forerunner, and a Complete Biography of Kahlil Gibran
  • By: CSA Publishing, Khalil Gibrán
  • Narrated by: Tom Chandler
  • Length: 3 hrs and 51 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Learn how the life of this Lebanese immigrant has positioned him to artistically capture the hearts, minds, and souls of readers for generations, making him one of the world’s best-selling poets. In the collected works of poetry, poet, author, artist, and philosopher, Kahlil Gibran, shares his spiritual and moral views of life, purpose, love, and pain.

The Prophet

Most notably Gibran’s most well-known work, The Prophet is a collection of prose offering spiritual wisdom on a variety of subjects including love and marriage, work, sorrow and pain, property, freedom, prayer, the divided self, and the boundless self. In its entirety, the book of poetry can be seen as a metaphor for the mysteries of life, including our purpose, and the definitions of “good” and “bad”.

The Madman

Prose, poetry, fable, or aphorism, The Madman is a timeless work of art that needs to be experienced rather than analyzed. Kindling a fire in the hearts of listeners, Gibran’s ponderings share his early 20th-century views about life, how he defines freedom, and having the courage to endure the uncertainties of love.

The Forerunner

In his deeply profound way, Gibran embraces his heartfelt and compassionate poetic outlook on life in this collection of 24 harrowing tales of morality. His wisdom and a deep sense of humanity withstand the test of time in the engaging and thought-provoking parables and poems contained within The Forerunner.

A Complete Biography of Kahlil Gibran

Gibran’s strong foundation in his cultural roots is evident throughout his prose as he weaves social issues, human freedoms, and the mysteries of life into all of his art forms. Strong themes of love, life, sorrow, and pain established Gibran as a literary figure in the early 1900s.

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Fascinating! Inspiring! Great Value!

I had studied Kahlil Gibran's "The Prophet" in one of my university classes and was fascinated by it. I wanted to share it with my wife and found this collection of Khalil Gibran works. Now I get to learn more about him and enjoy some of his other works.
Narration quality is superb and the value of this audiobook is a excellent.
10/10 would recommend.

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Simply Amazing and Insightful

I’ve been down, having the blues and was looking for some words of wisdom to help gain a new uplifting perspective.

Wow, I’ve only listened to a few chapters but these parables are so beautiful and meaningful.

Hands down to both the author and narrator. Thanks for helping me through these tough times.

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Profound moral values

It is evident in each of Gibran's works that he is a profoundly moral and just man. Through his use of metaphor, I could "see" in my mind's eye the sorrow, grief, loss, and love that the characters experience. His philosophical views are woven through the very fabric of his poetry and struck a chord deep in my soul.
Each time I listen to or read Gibran's poetry I learn something new about myself and humanity.