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Explore the convergence and divergence of two major Buddhist movements--the Sanskrit and the Pali traditions.
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The Middle Way
“The Dalai Lama can write both broadly accessible and esoteric books on Buddhism; this one is, not surprisingly, right in the middle.”—Publishers Weekly
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