|Spirit Brides (1906) [Collection]|
by Kahlil Gibran
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(From the publisher):
In Spirit Brides
, a collection of three short stories, Kahlil Gibran portrays his belief in the overwhelming power of love in human nature.
In "The Ash of Centuries and the Immortal Flame," Gibran describes a love that unites souls beyond time and social restrictions. "Marta al-Baniyah" expresses Gibran's views on the exploitation of women and the poor. He then makes a cutting commentary on the contrast between the ecclesiastical hierarchy and the simplicity of the teachings of Jesus in his final story, "Yuhanna the Madman."
Original title: Ara'is al-Muruj
Genre: Fiction→ Religious→ Visionary & Inspirational
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- Also translated as "Nymphs of the Valley"