Buddhism As/in Performance: Analysis of Meditation and Theatrical Practice
It Explores The Art And Concept Of Performance In Varied Buddhist Traditions Chinese, Japanese, Sri Lankan And Others. It Explains Theatrical Performances Representing Hinayana, Mahayana And Vajrayana Cultures, With Extensive Endnotes And Bibliographical References.
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The Epistemology of Performance
The World as Performance
The Hinayana Sri Lanka
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