"Speaks to the troubled and uncertain men and women of our age about fundamental things - those which are, or should be, a part of every human life" - The New York Times
One of the beloved classics of popular spirituality, Kahlil Gibran’s masterpiece, The Prophet is a groundbreaking non-denominational collection of spiritual poetic aphorisms and essays known and loved throughout the world since its publication in 1923. This edition is read by award winning producer-narrator Jason Rosette, with sound design by Gone Marshall.
Standing alongside Shakespeare and Lao Tzu, 'The Prophet' has been translated into more than one hundred languages, making it one of the most translated books in history. By 2012, it had sold more than nine million copies in its American edition alone.
The Prophet is divided into twenty-eight chapters covering such perennial topics as love, marriage, children, giving, friendship, and more.