ZEN MASTER TALES: Stories from the Lives of Taigu, Sengai, Hakuin, and Ryokan
Collects never before translated stories of four prominent Zen masters from the Edo period of Japanese history between 1603 and 1868. Drawn from an era that saw the "democratization" of Japanese Zen, these stories paint a picture of robust, funny, and poignant engagement between Zen luminaries and "townsperson" culture of early modern Japan.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 1939769
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