No Barrier: Unlocking the Zen Koan : a New Translation of the Zen Classic Wumenguan (Mumonkan)

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Bantam Books, 1993 - Religion - 213 pages
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Described as a genius by the San Francisco Chronicle, Cleary has translated more than 30 classic Chinese texts. Now comes the first authoritative, popular new translation of the ancient book of Zen allegories, or koans--the Wumenguan--using the original Japanese source rather than Chinese secondary sources.

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A translation of a Chinese Zen classic called the "Wumenguan'' from about A.D. 1200, this book will be popular with anyone seriously interested in Buddhism or Zen meditation. There are 48 koans ... Read full review

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