By Alan Watts. 6"x 9.25", 134 pages, paperback. A lucid discussion of Taoism and the Chinese language. Often referred to as Watts' greatest work, it is his attempt to interpret and clarify the principles of such writings as the Lao-tzu, Chuang-tzu, and the Lieh-tzu books in the terms and ideas of our own day. Care was taken to translate accurately and without embellishment, staying true to the original works. A classic translation of classics texts.