The Prophet

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Kahlil Gibran was a famous Lebanese-American writer, visual artist and poet as well. He was also considered as a philosopher, but he didn’t approve this title for himself. The Prophet is his most iconic book. It was first published in 1923 and it became the bestselling novel of all time. The book has been translated in 100 different languages so far. This translation feat makes this book one of the most translated literary work ever in the history. Since its first publication, The Prophet book has never been out of print.

The Prophet is a book composed of some prose poetry written by Kahlil Gibran. The book for almost the last 100 years is in public domain.

Al Mustafa, the Prophet has lived for 12 long years in the Orphalese city. He is just about to board a ship, which would help to carry him back home. He in the journey is stopped by seeress named Almitra and also by the inhabitants of the city. They all asked him to share some insights into life.

The author has broken down this book into different chapters. The chapters are set to deal with different aspects of life. Those aspects include, marriage, love, children, eating, drinking, giving, work, sorrow and joy. It also has a fair bit of share of things related to clothes, houses, selling, buying, punishments, law, crime, freedom, passion, reason and pain etc. In short, it has everything about life.

The translation of The Prophet has been done by an experienced duo of Kate reading and Michael Kramer. They make this audio book as successful as the print version and fans find it even more rewarding.

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