Articles by Stan Shabaz

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Kahlil Gibran (6 Jan 1883 – 10 Apr 1931): Ask What You Can Do for Your Country
Stan Shabaz | Zinda Magazine – Assyrian International News Agency, 6 Jan 2020

His most famous work, The Prophet, was first published in 1923. He has been described in many ways: “melancholic romantic”, “existentialist of the right wing”, Nietzschean rebel, revolutionary, renegade, poet-philosopher, “the William Blake of the twentieth century”, the “Lebanese prophet of New York”, a “burning genius”, etc. But who was he really?

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Kahlil Gibran (6 Jan 1883 – 10 Apr 1931): Ask What You Can Do for Your Country
Stan Shabaz | Zinda Magazine – Assyrian International News Agency, 31 Dec 2018

His most famous work, The Prophet, was first published in 1923. He has been described in many ways: “melancholic romantic”, “existentialist of the right wing”, Nietzschean rebel, revolutionary, renegade, poet-philosopher, “the William Blake of the twentieth century”, the “Lebanese prophet of New York”, a “burning genius”, etc. But who was he really?

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Kahlil Gibran (6 Jan 1883 – 10 Apr 1931): Ask What You Can Do for Your Country
Stan Shabaz | Zinda Magazine – Assyrian International News Agency, 1 Jan 2018

His most famous work, The Prophet, was first published in 1923. He has been described in many ways: “melancholic romantic”, “existentialist of the right wing”, Nietzschean rebel, revolutionary, renegade, poet-philosopher, “the William Blake of the twentieth century”, the “Lebanese prophet of New York”, a “burning genius”, etc. But who was he really?

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