(++) Jesus, the Son of Man (1928 Gibran), poetry

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Jesus, the Son of Man (1928) is a poem by Kahlil Gibran.


Jesus’ “words and deeds as told and recorded by those who knew him.” Jesus is presented as the incarnation of the very same moral principles Gibran had expressed in his major work, The Prophet (1923)—a poetic and philosophical work that has made him one of most read authors of all times.

Editions and translations

Published in English in London and New York, NY: Knopf, 1928; and in French and Arabic in Lebanon and Egypt, would become an even greater international success after WW2, being translated in all major European and non-European languages.

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