THE STRANGER: PARABOLA, VOLUME XX, NO. 2; SUMMER 1995. Satish Kumar, Eliezer Shore, Mark Nepo, Jennie Koralek, P L. Travers, Barre Toelken, Frederick Franck, William A. McIntosh, Alexander Eliot, Elaine Jahner, William Maxwell, Martin Buber, Ellen Dooling Draper, Virginia Baron.

THE STRANGER: PARABOLA, VOLUME XX, NO. 2; SUMMER 1995.

New York: 1995. Paperback in very good condition. Item #12524

20th Anniversary Issue; Contains "Longing for Wholeness: An interview with Satish Kumar" - Being an insider and an outsider at the same time"Dweller on the Plain" by Eliezer Shore - Transcending the boundaries; "The Bridge of Well-Being" by Mark Nepo - The stranger, the fellow, the completing other; "Original Face" by Jennie Koralek - Moments beyond the ordinary; "The Thirteenth Wise Woman" by P.L. Travers - The necessary wicked fairy; "Fieldwork Enlightenment" by Barre Toelken - Are we the beneficiaries of other people's traditions?; "Behind the Mask" by Frederick Franck - Camouflaging the stranger-within; "Just Plain Shane" by William A. McIntosh - The unknown hero in American westerns; "Night-Visitor" by Alexander Eliot - Edward Hopper's "Nighthawks"; "The Stranger as Pathfinder" by Elaine Jahner - The one who shows the way home; "What He Was Like" by William Maxwell - Secrets confided to a diary; "The God with Two Faces" by Nouk Bassomb - Why is the stranger; "In the Doorway" by Ellen Dooling Draper - The moment of encounter; "A Glimpse of Eternity" by Martin Buber - Two views of the world; "Family Matters" by Virginia Baron - The story of Ruth and Naomi; "The Mysterious Stranger" by Mark Twain - Fatal enchantments; "Crossing the Threshold" by Doug Thorpe - Those who have lost their way back; 127 pages.

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