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Theravada Meditation: The Buddhist Transformation of Yoga by  Winston L King - Hardcover - Cloth/dust jacket and mylar wrapped Octavo - 1980 - from San Francisco Book Company and Biblio.com

Theravada Meditation: The Buddhist Transformation of Yoga

by King, Winston L

Condition: Good/fair


Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1980. Cloth/dust jacket and mylar wrapped Octavo. Hardcover. Good/fair. green cloth, gilt lettering, mylar-wrapped dust jacket, 172 pp, dust jacket chipped at corners, spine, and edges,


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