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Khalil Gibran is dare I say the pinnacle of Arab poetry, The Madman and The Prophet are beautiful works. The influence of Francis Marrash and William Blake are evident and the bits of his poetry that are clearly influenced by Nietzsche have an incredible charm to them. Overall a great poet and I'd highly recommend everyone read The Prophet.

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Why doesn't /lit/ talk about him?

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Why doesn't /lit/ talk about Gibran Kahlil?

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Khalil Gibran comes to mind, but dude was a Maronite Lebanese Christian who lived in the US.

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