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Divine Traces of the Daoist Sisterhood: Records of the Assembled Transcendents of the Fortified Walled City

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Divine Traces of the Daoist Sisterhood presents unique materials on the lives and religious quests of Daoist women in medieval China. Translating and discussing religious women's biographies, the book explores the social context, ideals, and specific techniques of their practice, relating the stories to overall Daoist themes and contemporaneous political events.
Paperback, 244 pages
Published January 1st 2006 by University of Hawaii Press
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Quite informative. You get to read the translations of the texts themselves, and Suzanne Cahill gives great information and summaries before each section so that you know exactly what you are reading and what it means.
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