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The Chuang Tzu contains a diverse collection of anecdotes, stories, parables and dialogues.
This can be heard most when you start to make grand schemes out of the bits, or wondrous philosophies out of the hints and jokes.
The translation probably leans towards poetic paraphrase over precise equality which I think is good for classic texts.
It is a good and accessible translation. Although I read the original Chinese which is not easy to understand since it is the classical Chinese that is difficult for non scholars. Read morePublished 7 months ago by MSWu
I have read the Tao Te Ching 2 or 3 times a year every year of my adult life. This book has expanded my understand of "The Way" immeasurably. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Murl E. Aldridge
One of my top two favorite books, this was in good condition, and is now in worse condition since I read it so much!Published 12 months ago by Thomas G
I loved this book. Although, I skipped anything involving Confucious, as contention is not my take on the dao. Read morePublished 14 months ago by J. Hall
The Chuang Tzu contains a diverse collection of anecdotes, stories, parables and dialogues. Together with the Tao Te Ching it can be considered the most important book of classical... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Ram Lee
This book offers a new perspective of the world in a way that is interesting, thought provoking, and timeless. It is not a particularly difficult read, but it has a lot to it. Read morePublished on November 28, 2011 by Michael Joers
This book occasionally was interesting and inspiring for me, and sometimes confusing. The less often I read it, the more I like it. Read morePublished on October 3, 2011 by Adam Rose
i have just started to read this book, it's a frendly one
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Were I too have one book on that proverbial desert island, this would be it. Chuang-Tzu speaks to my heart like no other both in the content of his "teachings" and in... Read morePublished on December 2, 2007 by Scott P. Bradley