Writing as enlightenment : Buddhist American literature into the twenty-first century / edited by John Whalen-Bridge and Gary Storhoff ; foreword by Jan Willis
- SUNY series in Buddhism and American culture
- Machine generated contents note: pt. I WIDENING THE STREAM: LITERATURE AS TRANSMISSION -- ch. 1 The Transmission of Zen as Dual Discourse: Shaku Soen and Okakura Kakuzo / Jane Falk -- ch. 2 Black American Buddhism: History and Representation / Linda Furgerson Selzer -- pt. II THE NEW LAMP: BUDDHISM AND CONTEMPORARY WRITERS -- ch. 3 Some of the Dharma: The Human, the Heavenly, and the "Real Work" in the Writings of Gary Snyder / Allan Johnston -- ch. 4 "Listen and Relate": Buddhism, Daoism, and Chance in the Poetry and Poetics of Jackson Mac Low / Jonathan Stalling -- ch. 5 A Deeper Kind of Truth: Buddhist Themes in Don DeLillo's Libra / Gary Storhoff -- pt. III SPEAKING AS ENLIGHTENMENT: INTERVIEWS WITH BUDDHIST WRITERS -- ch. 6 "The Present Moment Happening": A Conversation with Gary Snyder about Danger on Peaks / Julia Martin -- ch. 7 Embodied Mindfulness: Charles Johnson and Maxine Hong Kingston on Buddhism, Race, and Beauty / John Whalen-Bridge -- ch. 8 Poetry and Practice at Naropa University / John Whalen-Bridge.
- 9781438439204 (pbk. : alk. paper), 1438439202 (pbk. : alk. paper), 9781438439198 (hardcover : alk. paper), and 1438439199 (hardcover : alk. paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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