El profeta

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EDAF, Feb 1, 2002 - 104 pages
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El texto que Gibrán nos presenta en El profeta se nos ofrece como una revelación sobre la verdad de la vida en este mundo. Con estilo sencillo, de estructura dialógica y cierto sentido de parábola, el autor, imbuido de su papel de profeta, nos alecciona sobre el amor, el matrimonio, los hijos, el trabajo, el bien, el mal..., la muerte. Cada capítulo del libro se resuelve en una serena meditación de intención utilitaria.

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The clarity and clearness of this recording surpasses that of many USA made books on tape I have listened to. The voice is well paced an easy to follow. As in the story by Gibran...it is a slow and ... Read full review

El profeta

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About the author (2002)

Poet, philosopher and artist, Gibrán Jalil Gibrán was born in Lebanon in 1883, which is a land that has produced many poets whose fame and influence have spread beyond the Middle East. His poetry has been translated in more than 20 languages and his drawing and painting exhibitions have been held in the most important cities around the world. In the United States, which was his home for 20 years, he started writing in English. The Prophet and his other poetry titles, illustrated with his mystic drawings are highly recognized among countless Americans who seek in them an expression of the deepest desire of the heart and of the human mind. He died in 1931.

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