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Daughters of Emptiness
poems of Chinese Buddhist NunsBy Beata Grant | 2003
The poems and life stories of 48 Chinese Buddhist nuns over 16 centuries. Much of the poetry is exquisitely beautiful and imbued with the dharma, and the life stories shed a clear light on the difficulties that faced female practitioners and women drawn to a monastic life in China.
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