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Becoming Kuan Yin: The Evolution of Compassion
Stephen Levine
Collected Stories of William Faulkner
William Faulkner
The Glass Key
Dashiell Hammett
The Dream of the Poem: Hebrew Poetry from Muslim and Christian Spain, 950-1492 (Lockert Library of Poetry in Translation)
Peter Cole
Accent on Form: An Anticipation of the Science of Tomorrow
Lancelot Law Whyte
The Expert versus the Object: Judging Fakes and False Attributions in the Visual Arts
Ronald D. Spencer
War and Peace
Larissa Volokhonsky, Richard Pevear, Leo Tolstoy
The Position of Things: Collected Poems 1961-1992
Adriano Spatola
The Collected Songs of Cold Mountain (Mandarin Chinese and English Edition)
Cold Mountain (Han Shan)
Selected Prose, Daybooks, and Papers

Zen in English Literature and Oriental Classics

Zen in English Literature and Oriental Classics - R. H. Blyth blyth's first book ain't his best nor his easiest but worth at least one readthe premise is more or less that great literature is zen, and what's not is not. so when wordsworth is good he's also zen, and bad wordsworth is also non-zen.blyth's personal story is worth googling [it's also recounted in [author: rick fields]' wonderful [book: how the swans came to the lake]the book came out the same time as [author: aldous huxley]'s [book: perennial philosophy] by the way (context, context)