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Spirits Rebellious by Kahlil Gibran (Vintage 1971 Illustrated Hardcover)

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“Spirits Rebellious” is a collection of philosophical essays written by the renowned Lebanese-American poet, writer, and philosopher Kahlil Gibran. The book was originally published in 1908 in Arabic under the title “Ar-Rāḥilāt al-‘āšiq” (رحلات العاشق), which translates to “The Journeys of the Lover.”

The essays in “Spirits Rebellious” explore themes of freedom, individuality, societal norms, religion, and spirituality. Gibran’s writing often challenges conventional wisdom and calls for a deeper understanding of human nature and the human experience.

The book is notable for its poetic and philosophical prose, as well as its exploration of the tensions between the individual’s desire for personal freedom and the constraints imposed by society and tradition. Gibran’s work reflects his own experiences and observations as a thinker living in a complex and changing world.

Some of the essays in “Spirits Rebellious” include:

  1. “Spirits Rebellious”: This essay discusses the nature of rebellion against authority and the importance of individuality.
  2. “The Tumult”: Gibran examines the conflict between reason and emotion in human nature.
  3. “The Crucified”: This essay explores the idea of sacrifice and suffering in the pursuit of truth and righteousness.
  4. “The New God”: Gibran reflects on the changing perceptions of God and spirituality in the modern world.
  5. “Kahlil the Heretic”: In this essay, the author presents himself as a heretic who challenges conventional religious beliefs.
  6. “The Sayings of the Brook”: A poetic exploration of the journey of life and its mysteries.

Throughout “Spirits Rebellious,” Kahlil Gibran’s writing style combines lyrical prose with philosophical musings, creating a thought-provoking and introspective collection that continues to inspire readers to question societal norms and explore the depths of their own beliefs and experiences.


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