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Conze, Edward, I. B. Horner, David Snellgrove, and Arthur Waley, trans. and eds. Buddhist Texts through the Ages. Oxford, 1954. An anthology of texts from the Theravāda, Mahāyāna, and Vajrayāna branches of Buddhism; the first part ("The Teaching of the Elders") comprises Pali texts chosen and translated by Horner.

Cousins, L., A. Kunst, and K. R. Norman, eds. Buddhist Studies in Honour of I. B. Horner. Boston and Dordrecht, Netherlands, 1974. A volume of essays by prominent scholars of Buddhism; includes a bibliography of Horner's most significant publications and a "Biographical Sketch" of her by R. E. and C. W. Iggleden.

Horner, I. B. Women under Primitive Buddhism: Laywomen and Almswomen. London, 1930. A thorough examination of Theravāda Buddhist teachings concerning women; remained the only book on Buddhist women until the late 1970s.

Horner, I. B. The Early Buddhist Theory of Man...

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