Songs of the Sons & Daughters of Buddha
Andrew Schelling, Anne Waldman
Shambhala, 1996 - Religion - 112 pages
Presents a collection of poetry and verses, written more than two thousand years ago by some of the earliest known disciples of the Buddha, including works from the Therigathas, the oldest collection of poetry by women. Original.
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