By Bhikkhu Nanamoli
Amassed posthumous papers of the English monk-scholar Ñaṇamoli, who counts as one of many prime translators of Pali Buddhist texts into English. along with being a proficient translator Ñaṇamoli was once additionally a proficient philosopher, thinker, and poet. in addition to a few longer essays, many of the notes are just one paragraph lengthy and have been written within the Nineteen Fifties as a Buddhist monk. The notes and essays care for profound subject matters comparable to ontology, metaphysics, nuclear physics, common sense, yet there's additionally humour, irony, sarcasm and light-weight poetry. 4 essays have been previous released in a Wheel ebook referred to as Pathways of Buddhist idea. The notes have been gathered, edited and brought by means of Nyanaponika Thera.
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Amassed posthumous papers of the English monk-scholar Ñaṇamoli, who counts as one of many finest translators of Pali Buddhist texts into English. in addition to being a proficient translator Ñaṇamoli was once additionally a proficient philosopher, thinker, and poet. along with a few longer essays, lots of the notes are just one paragraph lengthy and have been written within the Fifties as a Buddhist monk.
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THE MARK TWAIN PAPERS Robert H. Hirst, General Editor Board of Directors of the Mark Twain Project Frederick Crews Mary C. Francis Peter E. Hanff Thomas C. Leonard Michael Millgate Alison Mudditt George A. Starr G. Thomas Tanselle Elaine Tennant AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MARK TWAIN VOLUME 3 BENJAMIN GRIFFIN AND HARRIET ELINOR SMITH, EDITORS Associate Editors Victor Fischer Michael B. Frank Amanda Gagel Sharon K. Goetz Leslie Diane Myrick Christopher M. Ohge A publication of the Mark Twain Project of The Bancroft Library UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS Frontispiece: Clemens departing for England on the SS Minneapolis, 8 June 1907.