The Zen doctrine of no-mind: The significance of the Sutra of Hui-neng (Wei-Lang), Diasetz Teitaro Suzuki, 1949, Rider and Company, London.
Suzuki, Diasetz Teitaro, 1949, The Zen doctrine of no-mind: The significance of the Sutra of Hui-neng (Wei-Lang), Rider and Company, London. First edition. No dust jacket, good condition brown cloth covered hardboards, with faded gilt title on spine, rubbed corners and spine, owner's name blacked out on flyleaf, pages lightly tanned, clean text, tight binding, 12.5cm x 18.75cm, 155pp, $70.
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