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Zhuangzi speaks : the music of nature

Author: Zhizhong Cai; Zhuangzi.; Brian Bruya
Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, ©1992.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Selections from the sayings of Zhuangzi rendered into cartoon form and translated into English.
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Named Person: Zhuangzi.
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Zhizhong Cai; Zhuangzi.; Brian Bruya
ISBN: 0691056943 9780691056944 0691008825 9780691008820
OCLC Number: 25409539
Notes: Translation of: Zi ran de xiao sheng.
Description: xi, 142 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: The Summer cicada and the wonder tortoise --
The Little sparrow's small happiness --
Hhi Shi"s giant gourd --
The Song family's secret formula --
The Useless Shu tree --
The Tattooed Yue poeple --
The Music of the earth --
Zhao Wen quits the zither --
Does Wang Ni know? --
Is Xi Shi really beautiful? --
Li Ji's tears --
Zhang Wuzi's dream --
Shadows talking --
The Dream of the butterfuly --
Three at dawn and four at dusk --
Hui shi leans against a tree --
The Cook carves up a cow --
Passing on the flame --
The Caged pheasant --
Like a mantis stopping a cart --
The Horse lover --
The Earth spirit's tree --
A Tree's natural life span --
The Freak --
Oil burns itself out --
The Tiger trainer --
Toeless Shu Nature the superhero --
Forgetting the Dao --
Ziu Sang questions his fate --
Digging a canal in the ocean floor --
Are a duck's legs too short? --
The Lost goat --
Bandits have principles, too --
Good wine, bad wine --
The Yellow Emperor questions Guangcheng --
Nature's friend --
The Old wheelwright --
The Earth and the sky --
Crows and seagulls --
Confucious sees a dragon --
Don't ring the bull's nose --
The Wind and the snake --
Courage of the sage --
The Frog in the well --
Learning how to walk in Handan --
A Crow eating a dead rat --
You're not a fish --
Zhuangzi drams of a skeleton --
Sea birds don't like music --
The Drunk passenger --
riding with the Dao --
The Sweet water is gone first --
Lin Hui forsakes a fortune Swallows nest in the eaves --
The Mantis getting the cicada --
Fan was never destroyed --
Knowledge and the dao --
Gengsang forsekes fame --
The Yellow Emperor and the pasture boy --
The Sone mason and the Ying Man --
Two nations on a snail's antennae --
Zhuangzi borrows grain --
The Turtle that could precidt the future --
Natural use --
Catch the fish, discard the trap --
Yang Zhu studies the Dao --
Zi Gong's snow-white clothes --
The Bandit speaks --
Zhuangzi's three swords --
Confucius in the Black Forest --
The Man who hated his footprints --
The Man who hated his shadow --
Like a drifting boat --
The Dragonslayer --
Shattering the dragonpearl --
Don't make sacrifices --
Zhuangzi on his deathbed.
Other Titles: Zi ran de xiao sheng.
Responsibility: adapted and illustrated by Tsai Chih Chung ; translated by Brian Bruya ; afterword by Donald J. Munro ; lettered by Wayne Truman.
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An English translation of the Chinese "Zhuangzi". It favors an attitude toward life: abandon presuppositions, intellectual debates, and ambitions.  Read more...

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