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A Miscellany on the Shin Teaching of Buddhism

by Suzuki, Daisetz Teitaro

Condition: Nearly fine copy in good dust jacket

Kyoto: Shinshu Otaniha Shumbusho. Nearly fine copy in good dust jacket. 1949. 1st. hardcover. 8vo, 151 pp., Lower part of rare dust jacket spine missing, extending partially onto the front panel (overall about a square inch missing). "This Miscellany contains such articles of the author's as pertain to the elucidation of some points in the teaching of the Shin school of Buddhism and also a translation of Shinran's Songs in Praise of Amitabha and of Kakunyo's Steadily Holding to the Faith, which is one of the most important Shin tracts." (from the preface by Suzuki) .


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