Tao, the Great Luminant: Essays from Huai Nan Zi
Paragon Book Reprint Corporation, 1935 - Taoism - 287 pages
A translation by E. Morgan of 8 of Huai-nan tzu's 21 essays found in Liu Wen-tien's Chinese ed. of the author's works published by the Commercial Press, Shanghai.
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