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Tao of Jeet Kune Do Setting & Symbolism

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Libraryappears in non-fiction

Bruce Lee's personal library is comprised of over two thousand books that deal with all forms of physical conditioning, martial arts, fighting techniques, defenses, and related subjects. Some of the volumes in his library include writings by Edwin L. Haislet, Julio Martinez Costello, Hugo, and James Castello and Roger Crosnier. The philosophies of Confucius, Spinoza, Krishnamurti, and others are included.

Bedappears in non-fiction

Bruce Lee is bedridden under his doctor's orders. He has a severe back injury that requires him to lie flat on his back in bed for six months. During this time he writes the bulk of the notes that are used to compose this book.

Sketchesappears in non-fiction

Sketches are the original pictures that Bruce Lee draws over nineteen years of martial arts study. Pictures and illustrations within the text of the Tao are published copies of his original...

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