A moving and thought-provoking adaptation of Kahlil Gibran’s classic poem.
An enduring and moving commentary on the human condition since its publication in 1923, Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet has been adapted as a graphic novel by award-winning illustrator Pete Katz. In this edition, Gibran’s classic poem is transformed into a narrative that shows how the words of the prophet Al Mustafa can help modern readers overcome personal struggles. Excerpts from Gibran’s original work are incorporated into full-color scenes so that readers can gain a deeper appreciation for one of the most popular books of the twentieth century.
Kahlil Gibran (1883–1931) was a Lebanese-American poet and artist. Born in the town of Bsharri, Lebanon (then part of the Ottoman Empire), he immigrated to the United States in 1895 and is best known for The Prophet, his book of prose poetry.
Pete Katz is a half-Irish, half-Greek illustrator and writer, born in the East End of London. He has been a freelance illustrator for more than twenty years and has worked for clients including Image Comics, Oxfam, Harvey Nichols, Barnes & Noble, Scholastic, Canterbury Classics, and the British Museum. As well as illustrating his graphic novels, he writes and adapts the scripts for most of them and is published worldwide in fifteen languages. Along with working on graphic novels, he also produces portraits, t-shirt graphics, and other commissions.