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The Tao and the Bard : a Conversation.

Author: Phillip DePoy
Publisher: New York : Skyhorse Publishing, Inc., 2013.
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The Tao Te Ching or Book of the Way of Virtue is a touchstone of Eastern philosophy and mysticism. It has been called the wisest book ever written, and its author, Lao Tzu, is known as the Great Archivist. Shakespeare, the Bard, was the West's greatest writer and even invented human nature, according to some. The Tao and the Bard is the delightful conversation between these two unlikely spokesmen, who take part in a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Quotations
Quotations, maxims, etc
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
DePoy, Phillip.
Tao and the Bard : A Conversation.
New York : Skyhorse Publishing, Inc., ©2013
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Phillip DePoy
ISBN: 9781611459258 1611459257
OCLC Number: 854976640
Description: 1 online resource (156 pages)
Contents: Front Cover; Also By Author; Title; Copyright; Introduction; One; Two; Three; Four; Five; Six; Seven; Eight; Nine; Ten; Eleven; Twelve; Thirteen; Fourteen; Fifteen; Sixteen; Seventeen; Eighteen; Nineteen; Twenty; Twenty-One; Twenty-two; Twenty-three; Twenty-Four; Twenty-five; Twenty-six; Twenty-seven; Twenty-eight; Twenty-nine; Thirty; Thirty-one; Thirty-two; Thirty-three; Thirty-four; Thirty-five; Thirty-Six; Thirty-Seven; Thirty-eight; Thirty-nine; Forty; Forty-one; Forty-two; Forty-three; Forty-four; Forty-five; Forty-six; Forty-seven; Forty-eight; Forty-nine; Fifty; Fifty-one; Fifty-two. Fifty-ThreeFifty-four; Fifty-five; Fifty-six; Fifty-seven; Fifty-eight; Fifty-nine; Sixty; Sixty-one; Sixty-two; Sixty-three; Sixty-four; Sixty-five; Sixty-six; Sixty-seven; Sixty-eight; Sixty-nine; Seventy; Seventy-one; Seventy-two; Seventy-three; Seventy-four; Seventy-five; Seventy-six; Seventy-seven; Seventy-eight; Seventy-nine; Eighty; Eighty-One; Conclusion.

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The Tao Te Ching or Book of the Way of Virtue is a touchstone of Eastern philosophy and mysticism. It has been called the wisest book ever written, and its author, Lao Tzu, is known as the Great Archivist. Shakespeare, the Bard, was the West's greatest writer and even invented human nature, according to some. The Tao and the Bard is the delightful conversation between these two unlikely spokesmen, who take part in a free exchange of views in its pages. Here, in his own words, Lao Tzu offers the eighty-one verses that comprise the Tao, and, responding to each verse, the.

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