Chuang Tzu
Selections from the Works of a Taoist Philosopher
Translation and Introduction by Lionel Giles

Chuang Tzu's lively, often humorous, discourses, found in the thirty-three chapter book bearing his name, expanded on the Taoism of Lao Tzu and spoke in opposition to the teachings of Confucius.

Chuang Tzu: Selections from the Works of a Taoist Philosopher is a handmade book, limited to an edition of 25.  Set in Centaur, with title and chapter running heads in Bernhard Modern, the book
 is printed on Mohawk Superfine Text, with a hand-sewn linen binding, endpapers printed on Rives Heavyweight,  silk ribbon bookmark, and a silk-over-boards cover.

112 pages, 5.5 x 6.5 in
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