The Light of Asia
1879. In the following Poem I have sought by the medium of an imaginary Buddhist votary, to depict the life and character and indicate the philosophy of that noble hero and reformer, Prince Gautama of India, the founder of Buddhism.
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Long narrative poem from 1879 by the English author Edwin Arnold, retelling the traditional life story of the Buddha. Mostly of interest as an example of how westerners perceived and approached Buddhism in the nineteenth century. With an introduction by Sangharakshita of the FWBO. Read full review
A Dictionary of Angels: Including the Fallen Angels
No preview available - 1971