Beloved Prophet

Subtitle: the love letters of Kahlil Gibran and Mary Haskel
edited by Virginia Hilu
Copyright 1972
Checked out 15 times in 38 years
Last checked out 16 years ago

Kahlil Gibran’s poetry still has an audience but there aren’t many people who are still interested in his larger life. He was once something of a celebrity but that status has worn off so it’s not surprising that interest in this gossipy sort of collection of love letters has waned. There is no strong reason to keep it. I recommend letting it go.

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