HOW I BECAME A MADMAN
In this poignant work, Gibran describes madness--not as a mental illness, but rather the existential angst that separates the individual from society. He contrasts the individual who conforms to society's class, role, law, and behavior, with the outsider--the madman--who see through hypocrisy. Illustrated in color.
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