A detailed study of the life and work of the Arab-American author and artist Gibran (1883—1931), who achieved fame in the West through his book The Prophet; a Maronite Christian by birth, he was influenced by Sufi ideas and admired 'Abdu'l-Bahá'.
published in American Writers Supplement XX
, ed. Jay Parini, pages 113-129
New York: Charles Scribners & Sons, 2010