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Thu Oct 16 17:55:16 2014 UTClccn-n500471760.06Adventures on the ancient Silk Road /0.490.97Cheng wei shi lun jiao shi /288790896n 5004717682263Chen, HuiChʻen, Hui, approximately 596-664Chėnʹ Khuėĭ, approximately 596-664GenjōGenjō, approximately 596-664Heuen Tsang, approximately 596-664Hhuen KwanHiouen ThsangHiouen-thsang, approximately 596-664Hiouen-tsangHiuan-tsangHiuan-tsang, approximately 596-664Hiuen-tsiangHiuen-tsiang, approximately 596-664Hsüan-chuangHsüan-chuang, approximately 596-664Hsüan-tsangHsüan-tsang, ca. 596-664Hsüan-tsang-ta-shih, approximately 596-664Hsuen Tsang, approximately 596-664Hsueng Tsang, approximately 596-664Huan ChwangHuyền Trang, approximately 596-664Hyŏnjang Pŏpsa, approximately 596-664San Tsang, approximately 596-664San-tsang Hsuan-tsang, ca. 596-664San Zang, approximately 596-664San zang fa shiSanzang, approximately 596-664Sanzang fashiSengtsan, approximately 596-664Shi, XuanzangShih, Hsüan-tsangSi︠u︡anʹ-t︠s︡zan, approximately 596-664Tang sengTangsengTsiang, HiuenXsuan, Zshuang, ca. 596-664Xuan ZangXuan-Zang, approximately 596-664Xuan ZhuangXuan Zhuang, approximately 596-664Xuanzang, ca. 596-664Xuanzangdashi, approximately 596-664Xuanzhuang, approximately 596-664Xuanzshuang, ca. 596-664Yuan ChwangYuan Chwang, approximately 596-664Yüan TsangYüan Tsang, approximately 596-664Yuan Zang, approximately 596-664Zang, Xuan玄奘, 0596?-0664玄弉, approximately 596-664玄弉, ca. 596-664.玄奘三蔵, approximately 596-664玄奬, approximately 596-664玄藏, approximately 596-664玄裝, approximately 596-664lccn-n79058677Wu, Cheng'enapproximately 1500-approximately 1582lccn-n79054650Waley, Arthurtrllccn-n80008075Yu, Anthony C.1938-trledtlccn-n80158381Huililccn-n93107608Bernstein, Richard1944-lccn-no96022491Wriggins, Sally Hoveylccn-n86115655Yijing635-713lccn-n50081668Grove Presslccn-n86079751辯機620-648lccn-n50005716Beal, Samuel1825-1889trledtXuanzangapproximately 596-664Criticism, interpretation, etcSacred booksCommentariesHistoryLocal historyXuanzang,ChinaBuddhist priestsTravelBuddhismAsia--Silk RoadFolkloreBuddhist pilgrims and pilgrimagesIndiaTalesChinese fiction--Ming dynastyAsiaYijing,Asia, CentralTrade routesPolo, Marco,Genghis Khan,ReligionMonkeysHistorical geographyBuddhistsSpiritual biographyYogācāra (Buddhism)Chinese fictionSun, ShuyunBuddha (The concept)Pilgrims and pilgrimagesAsia--OrientVarthema, Lodovico de,VaiśeṣikaIbn Batuta,LegendsSaewulf,Derrida, JacquesDeconstructionParamārtha,Critical theoryBuddhist literature, ChineseChinese--Foreign countriesViṃśatikāvijñaptimātratāsiddhi (Vasubandhu)Shuyun, SunXi you ji (Wu, Cheng'en)Mahayana BuddhismEnglish languageVijñaptimātratāsiddhi (Vasubandhu)Triṃśikāvijñaptimātratāsiddhi (Vasubandhu)Buddhism--PsychologySarvāstivādinsAbhidharmaDa Tang Xiyu ji (Xuanzang)5966641073109411151118112011621163119412001225123712381243127913061340137413831384139815811588162216311635165316781682168516961702170317191735175117571759176017741779178017831785178618001813184318451850185118531857185818701871187218731876187718801881188418871888188918901891189418961900190219041906190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019321933193419351936193719381939194019421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320141848113352610294.3DS6ocn607353202ocn607640962ocn643923479ocn645442413ocn070118286ocn052522554ocn052522524ocn052511460ocn052612541ocn040111235Buddhist priests22670ocn044469604book16530.90XuanzangDa Tang Xiyu jiHistoryLocal historySacred books"Da Tang xi yu ji" you da Tang Sanzang fa shi Xuanzang zhuan xie, bian ji zheng li bian ci er cheng, shi Xuanzang xi xing qiu fa suo you li huo chuan wen ge di de you ji13857ocn028283934book19090.86XuanzangDa tang xi yu ji1113ocn002902049book0.90XuanzangSi-yu-ki. Buddhist records of the Western World. Chinese accounts of India.949ocn000980486book19380.93AsaṅgaLa somme du Grand Véhicule d'Asaṅga (Mahāyānasaṃgraha)872ocn045427081book20000.82Keenan, John PThe Scripture on the Explication of Underlying Meaning+-+4564891336847ocn003388626book19380.86VasubandhuWei shih er shih lun ... or, The treatise in twenty stanzas on representation-onlyCriticism, interpretation, etc785ocn002188783book19170.90Ui, HakujuThe Vaiśeshika philosophy according to the Daśapadārtha-śāstra, Chinese text773ocn002482561book0.92DharmapālaVijñaptimātratāsiddhi : la siddhi de Hiuan-TsangSacred books6516ocn489186876book19660.70XuanzangYu jia shi di lun : [100 juan]CommentariesSacred books645ocn002298574book19380.88Lee, Shao ChangPopular Buddhism in China, with translations of ten Buddhist poems, thirty-two Buddhist proverbs, Hsüan ts'ang's Essence of the wisdom sutra, and Kumarajiva's Diamond sutraHsuang-tsang's Essence of the wisdom Sutra is a translation of the smaller Prajnaparamita, Kumarajiva's Diamond sutra a translation of the Vajrachchedika5710ocn007029170book18570.82XuanzangMémoires sur les contrées occidentales532ocn001028171book19730.88XuanzangCheng wei shi lun; the doctrine of mere-consciousness496ocn040557524book19950.63T'an, HsuThe prajna paramita heart sutraCommentaries452ocn813863922book19980.20XuanzangXin yi da tang xi yu ji4425ocn021439031book11150.94XuanzangDa bo rou bo luo mi duo jingSacred booksA large painting covers the first five pages. There is no publication date, but last page there is a line written with a brush: "The Third Year of Eitoku (1383)." This was probably written by a dealer of a later generation4417ocn816159525book19360.37XuanzangDa tang xi yu ji shi er juan433ocn003041329book19170.93MaticandraThe Vaiśeṣika philosophy according to the Daśapadārthaśāstra401ocn031900403book19940.96VasumitraTreatise on groups of elements = The Abhidharma-dhātukāya-pādaśāstra : English translation of Hsüan-tsang's Chinese versionHinayana Buddhism Abhidharma text of the Sarvāstivāda school on the mental functions; critically edited352ocn043815565book19980.97Han, TingjieCheng wei shi lun jiao shi322ocn041361614book19590.88XuanzangShi-kia-fang-che185022ocn000178012book19420.37Wu, Cheng'enMonkeyFolkloreFictionHigh interest-low vocabulary booksProbably the most popular book in the history of the Far East, this classic combination of picaresque novel and folk epic mixes satire, allegory, and history into a rollicking tale. It is the story of the roguish Monkey and his encounters with major and minor spirits, gods, demigods, demons, ogres, monsters, and fairies+-+513586753510376ocn002212801book19950.50Wu, Cheng'enThe journey to the westFictionThe story of Xuanzang, the monk who went from China to India in quest of Buddhist scriptures+-+19062417759424ocn046474278book20010.24Bernstein, RichardUltimate journey : retracing the path of an ancient Buddhist monk who crossed Asia in search of enlightenmentBiography"Richard Bernstein's story of his long journey through Asia is at once a memoir of adventurous travel and a record of cultural discovery and spiritual quest." "In the year 629, a greatly revered Chinese Buddhist monk, Hsuan Tsang, set out across Asia in search of the Buddhist Truth, to settle what he called the "perplexities of my mind." Nearly a millenium and a half later, Richard Bernstein retraces the monk's steps: from the Tang dynasty capital at Xian through ancient Silk Road oases, over forbidding mountain passes to Tashkent, Samarkand, and the Amu-Darya River, across Pakistan to the holiest cities of India - and back." "Ultimate Journey is a vivid, profoundly felt account of two stirring adventures - one in the past and one in the present - in pursuit of illumination."--BOOK JACKET+-+0455590285745136ocn828028299book10730.27Wu, Cheng'enXi you jiCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksCaricatures and cartoonsComic books, strips, etcFolkloreFictionLegendsHistorical fictionThe fanciful adventures of a Tang Dynasty priest, Sanzang, and his three disciples, Monkey, Pig, and Fiar Sand, as they search for a Buddhist Sutra+-+18116546625901ocn319497205book20090.06Galloway, PriscillaAdventures on the ancient Silk RoadHistoryJuvenile worksIntroduces readers to three great historical figures: The monk Xuanzang, the conqueror Genghis Khan, and the merchant Marco Polo, who, years apart, each traveled the Silk Road, along different routes and for different motives. Photographs and art depicting the ancient routes and peoples bring to life the stories of these three explorers who changed history. Maps, sidebars and an afterword that updates the story of the Silk Road are also featured+-+124660900651434ocn005113547book18880.77HuiliThe life of Hiuen-TsiangHistoryBiography+-+28658099363244582ocn033438874book19960.47Wriggins, Sally HoveyXuanzang : a Buddhist pilgrim on the Silk RoadBiography+-+76537886354223ocn000375337book19520.63Waley, ArthurThe real Tripitaka : and other piecesHistoryBiographyFirst published in 1952. The Real Tripitaka gives an account of the seventh century pilgrim's adventures, spiritual and material, both in India and after his return to China. In addition the book contains an account of a Japanese pilgrim's visit to China in the ninth century, which describes the Wu-t'ai Shan, China's great place of Pilgrimage, and an eye-witness's account of the great persecution of Buddhism in 842-845 A.D3553ocn065820325book20060.50Wu, Cheng'enThe monkey & the monk : a revised abridgment of The journey to the westFictionAnthony C. Yu?s celebrated translation of The Journey to the West reinvigorated one of Chinese literature?s most beloved classics for English-speaking audiences when it first appeared thirty years ago. Yu?s abridgment of his four-volume translation, The Monkey and the Monk, finally distills the epic novel?s most exciting and meaningful episodes without taking anything away from their true spirit. These fantastic episodes recount the adventures of Xuanzang, a seventh-century monk who became one of China?s most illustrious religious heroes after traveling for sixteen years in search of Buddhist+-+90062417753415ocn052430797book20030.63Wriggins, Sally HoveyThe Silk Road journey with XuanzangBiographyWalk the Silk Road with the Buddhist monk who crisscrossed the Asian continent and prompted a great cultural exchange between India and China+-+144018863530815ocn005327274book19230.82Watters, ThomasOn Yuan Chwang's travels in India, 629-645 A.DHistory3066ocn052145732book20030.21Sun, ShuyunTen thousand miles without a cloudHistoryBiography+-+09147625553242602ocn047827985book20010.06Chen, DebbyMonkey King wreaks havoc in heaven = Mei hou wang da nao tian gongJuvenile worksFolkloreFictionA mischievous monkey with godlike powers creates havoc in heaven as he challenges warriors in magical competitions. Based on an episode from the sixteenth-century Chinese novel about the stone monkey+-+05252772062282ocn024845701book19920.31Kherdian, DavidMonkey : a journey to the West : a retelling of the Chinese folk novel by Wu Chʼeng-enFiction+-+47018222351755ocn003434870book19320.50Grousset, RenéIn the footsteps of the BuddhaHistory1677ocn000420364book19200.66Boulting, WilliamFour pilgrims1642ocn048544069book20010.86Devahuti, DThe unknown Hsüan-tsangBiographyBiographical account of Xuanzang, ca. 596-664, a Chinese Buddhist monk who visited India in the seventh century A.D+-+07289104653241623ocn002129709book19590.86HuiliThe life of hsuan-tsang, the Tripitaka-master of the Great Tzu En MonasteryBiographyXuanzang, ca. 596-664, Chinese Buddhist monk15535ocn006220757book19220.90XuanzangDa Tang Xiyu jiHistoryLocal historySacred books"Da Tang xi yu ji" you da Tang Sanzang fa shi Xuanzang zhuan xie, bian ji zheng li bian ci er cheng, shi Xuanzang xi xing qiu fa suo you li huo chuan wen ge di de you ji1242ocn050580962book20010.77Wang, YouxuanBuddhism and deconstructionHistoryThis is a semiotic study of a corpus of texts that Kumârajîva (344-413 CE), Paramârtha (499~569 CE) and Xuanzang (599~664 CE) transmitted from India to China, featuring a critical reading of the Dazhidu Lun (T1509, Mahâ-Prajñâpâramitâ-upadeúa-Úâstra), San Wuxing Lun (T1617, Try-asvabhâva-prakara.na), and Guangbai Lun (T1571, Catu.húataka-úâstra-kârika). Focusing its attention on the Mahâyâna Buddhist notion of samatâ, it identifies a Buddhist semiotics which anticipates Derrida's invocation of the notion of the Same in his deconstruction of binary oppositions+-+2138625525+-+4564891336+-+4564891336Thu Oct 16 15:30:52 EDT 2014batch63920