First Published In: 1932.
Gibran's last book before he died contains parables and peoms which many consider to be amongst his finest.
By: A reader ("The finest book since Gibran's "Madman."")
This book, which is the last one that Kahlil Gibran wrote shortly before he died in 1931, is truly one of his finest. The parables and poems are comparable to his "The Forefunner" and "The Madman." It's teachings leave you with a strong sense of newly found compassion and wisdom. The wander's stories are both profound and alive in this book.