The Rebellious Spirits” is a book published for the first time in New York City in 1908 AD, in which Gibran collects four stories: Wardat al-Hani, Screaming the Graves, Bedding of the Bride, and Khalil al-Kafir. These stories show how these spirits rebel against the customs, traditions, laws, and laws imposed by the authorities to stifle human freedom, limit his thoughts and actions, and at the same time impose a legal privilege on one group of people at the expense of another. In this book, Gibran combines the insane with the sane, the rebellious with the obedient, the oppressed with the oppressor, and the fallen with the virtuous, in a sweet musical style through which he draws the emotions of the different classes of people, from the beggar to the rich, and from the atheist to the saint.
About the book:
Cover: plain cardboard
Size: 13 * 19 cm
Number of pages: 183 pages
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Spirit - rebel - Al-Jubran - Hebron