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Jessica Zu Jessica Zu said: " reading the preview on amazon ... this is simply brilliant ... no more divvying up Vasubandhu according to doctrinal divides. he is simply a great thinker who is able to synthesize everything from every tradition. the things unify him as a thinker is ...more"

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Opera and the City by Andrea Goldman
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Beyond Sinology by Andrea Bachner
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Jessica Zu is on page 120 of 386 of Opera and the City: bravo, such a wonderful read. I'd like to hear it on new books network.
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Postcolonial Translation by Susan Bassnett
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Tibetan Renaissance by Ronald M. Davidson
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Another masterpiece. I will have him sign his books for me!
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