Barbara Young, The Man Who Could Not Die: A Tale of Judas the Disciple, Illustrated by Kahlil Gibran, New York: Privately Printed, 1932 (Inscribed by the Author).
Francesco Medici, "Juhan’s Jihad and the Blond Beast: Ameen Rihani between Islamic Doctrine and Nietzschean Perspective", in "Axes in the Philosophy of Ameen al Rihani" (Maḥāwir fī falsafat Amīn al-Rīḥānī), Beirut: Notre Dame University - Louaize Press, 2017, pp. 364-411.
Josephine Preston Peabody, The Cedars [probably inspired by Kahlil Gibran], The Singing Leaves: A Book of Songs and Spells, Boston-New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1903, p. 16.
Rodney P. Carlisle, Multicultural America: Volume II: The Arab Americans, New York, NY: Infobase Publishing, 2011.
The Enduring Legacy of Kahlil Gibran [2nd Gibran International Conference Proceedings], edited by S.Bushrui and J.Malarkey, with the assistance of T.Darabi, foreword by G.S.Zakhem, University of Maryland, College Park, 2013.
Wafa' Stephan, The Personality of Gibran Khalil Gibran: A Psychological Study of his Life and Work [book review], Al-Raida, November 1, 1983, Vol. VI, No. 26, pp. 1, 7-9.