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I Ching (Book of Changes, Yi Jing): Original Chinese Qing Dynasty Taoist Version
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Paperback - Chinese

This rare Chinese edition of the I Ching is an extremely valuable resource for Book of Changes studies and divination, and is one of the oldest Taoist renditions of the work. When it was first written and by whom is unknown, but this reproduction originally dates back to 1911. The front material and commentaries vary greatly from the Confucian perspective, making it a true treasure of Taoist I Ching philosophy and theory.

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ISBN
EAN
9781546723011
Publisher
Publication Date
15/05/2017
Pages
186
Dimension
22.86cm x 15.24cm x 1.09cm
Age Group
NA to NA
Grades
Not Applicable to Not Applicable
Lexile Level
0
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As a pediatrician, writer, wife, and mother, Perri Klass has demonstrated how medicine is integral to the health of families and communities, and how doctors themselves struggle to balance the conflicting needs of profession, self, and family. As medical director of Reach Out and Read, she encourages other pediatricians to foster pre-reading skills in their young patients. While earning her M.D. at Harvard, Klass contributed articles to "Mademoiselle" and "The New York Times" as well as to scientific and medical journals. She also wrote her first book, "A Not Entirely Benign Procedure "(1987),




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