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The Madman

Khalil Gibran

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Published in 1918, The Madman: His Parables and Poems is the first collection of philosophical poetry and short stories by Lebanese author Khalil Gibran. The Madman is the first work by Gibran that was originally published in English, as compared to his earlier works which were written originally in his native Arabic. The Madman deals with themes of love, loss, spirituality, and the nature of truth.

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  1. Update core styles

  2. Fix typos

  3. Update titlepage to match new standards

  4. Add top margin to prologue

  5. Correct poetry styling

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