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" In December 1909, Gibran started a series of pencil portraits that he would later call "The Temple of Art", featuring "famous men and women artists of the day" and "a few of Gibran's heroes from past times In a telegram dated the same day, he reported being told by the doctors that he "must not work for full year," which was something he found "more painful than illness

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There when I was a visiting child, form burst upon my astonished little soul.

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As worded by Waterfield, "the ostensible purpose of the society was the improvement of life for Syrians all around the world—which included their homeland, where improvement of life could mean taking a stand on Ottoman rule
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Haskell had been thinking of placing her collection at the Telfair as early as 1914
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A relationship would develop between Rihani and Teller, lasting for a number of months
And those that are set up as heads over its many branches are as fingers on the hand of a divinity that points to the Spirit's perfection New York, NY: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
" About his language in general both in Arabic and English , remarks that "because of the spiritual and universal aspect of his general themes, he seems to have chosen a vocabulary less idiomatic than would normally have been chosen by a modern poet conscious of modernism in language Immigrant NarrativesOrientalism and Cultural Translation in Arab American and Arab British Literature

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Gibran's body reached Bsharri in August and was deposited in a church nearby until a cousin of Gibran finalized the purchase of the Mar Sarkis Monastery, now the
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A Treasury of Kahlil Gibran 1951• Prophet, who has known thee but those who are driven by the Great Tempest to thy lonely grove? " Bushrui and Jenkins have mentioned Marrash's concept of universal love, in particular, in having left a "profound impression" on Gibran