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A A Tear And A Smile - Parables Stories And Poems Of Khalil Gibran - cover

A A Tear And A Smile - Parables Stories And Poems Of Khalil Gibran

Kahlil Gibran

Publisher: Editora Oxigênio

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A great selection of parables, stories, and poems of Khalil Gibran.A book full of emotion, poetry and spiritual comfort that has touched hearts around the world.
Available since: 03/10/2022.

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