Meditative Poems

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Jaihiun Kim
Asian Humanities Press, 2002 - Philosophy - 136 pages
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This work is a chronological anthology of Korean Zen poetry spanning the 6th through 20th centuries. In his introduction the translator distinguishes Zen from other forms of Buddhism and places it in its historical context. These intuitive poems chronicle the spiritual search as well as the awakening of each Zen Master.

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Jaihiun Kim is Professor of English at Ajou University, Korea. He is a well-known poet who has translated many volumes of poetry both from Korean into English and from English into Korean.

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