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A tear and a smile;

Author: Kahlil Gibran
Publisher: New York, Knopf, 1950.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : [1st American ed.]View all editions and formats
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Translated from the Arabic by H.M. Nahmad.
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Genre/Form: Literary collections
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Named Person: Kahlil Gibran; Kahlil Gibran
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kahlil Gibran
OCLC Number: 346743
Notes: Verse and prose.
Description: xxiv, 197 pages illustrations 22 cm
Contents: A tear and a smile --
The life of love --
A tale --
In the city of the dead --
The poet's death is his life --
Daughters of the sea --
The spirit --
A smile and a tear --
A vision --
Letters of fire --
Amidst the ruins --
A vision --
Today and yesterday --
Have mercy, my soul --
The widow and her son --
A people and destiny --
Before the throne of beauty --
A visit from Wisdom --
The tale of a friend --
Fantasy and truth --
O my poor friend --
Lament of the field --
The palace and the hut --
Two infants --
Under the sun --
A glimpse into the future --
The queen of fantasy --
My blamer --
Soliloquy --
The criminal --
The beloved --
The abode of happiness --
The city of the past --
Meeting --
Secrets of the heart --
The blind force --
Two wishes --
The playground of life --
My friend --
A tale of love --
The dumb beast --
Peace --
The poet --
My birthday --
The child Jesus --
Communion of spirits --
O wind --
The lover's return --
The beauty of death --
Songs. A song --
Song of the wave --
Song of the rain --
Song of beauty --
Song of happiness --
Song of the flower --
The hymn of man --
A poet's voice.
Responsibility: translated from the Arabic by H.M. Nahmad, with an introduction by Robert Hillyer.

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Translated from the Arabic by H.M. Nahmad.

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