Mikhail Naimy was born in 1889 in the Lebanese village of Biskinta which is high on the slope of Mt. Sannin overlooking the Eastern Mediterranean. Naimy received his education in his own country, as well as in Palestine, Russia, and the U.S. After graduation he moved to New York and with Kahlil Gibran and eight others founded a dynamic movement which revolutionized Arabic literature. After Gibran’s death in 1932 he returned to Biskinta and devoted the rest of his life to writing which included drama, poetry, short stories, a biography of Kahlil Gibran and an autobiography as well as short essays on the deeper meaning of human existence. He died in 1988 at the age of 99. READ MORE »
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Book of Mirdad: The Strange Story of a Monastery which Was Once Called The Ark
by Mikhail Naimy
The Book of Mirdad is among the great religious classics of the twentieth century and deserves to be the constant companion of any spiritual seeker. This book is a timeless story about a mysterious stranger, Mirdad, who visits the remote mountain monastery of The Ark. There he assumes the role of ... read more »
Comb-bound – 5½” x 8½” – 185 pp.