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Magic and Mystery in Tibet

by David-Neel, Alexandra [Introd. by Aaron Sussman]

Condition: G+/G. Cloth. Bright, clean. Spine cocked. DJ chipped, worn., worn DJ

G+/G. Cloth. Bright, clean. Spine cocked. DJ chipped, worn., worn DJ Tibet / travel / University Books New Hyde Park, NY 1965 New edition 4th printing 9 1/2 x 6 1/2", 320 p., First published in 1956. Written by the only European woman to have been honored with the rank of Lama. A good read.


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