Alan Jacobs…

Alan Jacobs… February 8, 2012

has way too much fun commenting on the works of Kahlil Gibran.

I never read him. He is forever embedded in my mind as the sort of person who got quoted in my 70s high school year books by girls who wrote emo poetry and sang Janis Ian’s “Seventeen” to lament bourgeois suburbia.

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