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This Man From Lebanon: A Study of Kahlil Gibran by  Barbara Young - Hardcover - 15th Printing - March, 1969 - from The Bookworm and

This Man From Lebanon: A Study of Kahlil Gibran

by Young, Barbara

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New York: Alfred A Knopf, March, 1969. Hardbound . 15th Printing. BINDING/CONDITION: black cloth with gilt, titles blind stamped, small circular vignette with gilt; yellow top edge tint; a Near Fine book, with a Very Good dust jacket; the jacket is price clipped. Includes a few black and white plates. Printed by Halliday Lithograph Corporation, West Hanover, Massachusetts; bound by Book Press, Brattleboro, Vermont. This was originally published January 15, 1945. 8vo (8.25 inches tall) 188 pages.


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