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Robert Aiken's Taking the Path of Zen (1985) presents complex ideas with simplicity, describing the practice, lifestyle, rationale, and ideology of Zen Buddhism.

In 1996, Stone Bridge Press published Basho's Narrow Road, which includes Hiroaki Sato's annotation and translation of Basho¯'s description of his five-month trip through the interior of Japan in 1689.

In 1966, Penguin Classics published Basho¯'s The Narrow Road to the Deep North and Other Travel Sketches, which contains five travel sketches written by Basho¯ towards the end of his life. Most of the sketches consist of linked prose and poetry.

Stephen Batchelor's Buddhism without Beliefs (1997) provides an accessible introduction to the principles and values underlying Buddhism, without the accompanying religious dogma.

Mark Epstein's Thoughts without a Thinker (1995) considers psychotherapy through the lens of Buddhism.

In his classic novel Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry into Values (1974), Robert...

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