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Cover: Sanskrit Poetry from Vidyakara's TreasurySanskrit Poetry from Vidyakara's TreasuryVidyākara
Ingalls, Daniel H. H.
PAPERBACK05/19/2000$36.00
Cover: Householders: The Reizei Family in Japanese HistoryHouseholders: The Reizei Family in Japanese HistoryCarter, Steven D.HARDCOVER04/30/2007$55.00
Cover: Sugata Saurabha: An Epic Poem from Nepal on the Life of the BuddhaSugata Saurabha: An Epic Poem from Nepal on the Life of the BuddhaHrdaya, Chittadhar
Lewis, Todd T.
Tuladhar, Subarna Man
HARDCOVER03/30/2008$70.00
Cover: Shredding the Tapestry of Meaning: The Poetry and Poetics of Kitasono Katue (1902–1978)Shredding the Tapestry of Meaning: The Poetry and Poetics of Kitasono Katue (1902–1978)Solt, JohnPAPERBACK05/23/2011$24.95
Cover: Ten Thousand Scrolls: Reading and Writing in the Poetics of Huang Tingjian and the Late Northern SongTen Thousand Scrolls: Reading and Writing in the Poetics of Huang Tingjian and the Late Northern SongWang, YugenHARDCOVER09/12/2011$39.95
Cover: Jaya: Performance in Epic MahābhārataJaya: Performance in Epic MahābhārataMcGrath, KevinPAPERBACK10/03/2011$14.95
Cover: Traversing the Frontier: The <i>Man'yōshū</i> Account of a Japanese Mission to Silla in 736–737Traversing the Frontier: The Man'yōshū Account of a Japanese Mission to Silla in 736–737Horton, H. MackHARDCOVER10/15/2012$59.95
Cover: No Enemies, No Hatred: Selected Essays and PoemsNo Enemies, No Hatred: Selected Essays and PoemsLiu, Xiaobo
Link, Perry
Martin-Liao, Tienchi
Liu, Xia
PAPERBACK05/13/2013$20.50
Cover: The Essential TagoreThe Essential TagoreTagore, Rabindranath
Alam, Fakrul
Chakravarty, Radha
PAPERBACK11/24/2014$27.50
Cover: The Story of ManuThe Story of ManuPeddana, Allasani
Narayana Rao, Velcheru
Shulman, David
HARDCOVER01/06/2015$32.95
Cover: Sufi LyricsSufi LyricsShah, Bullhe
Shackle, Christopher
HARDCOVER01/06/2015$29.95
Cover: Sur’s Ocean: Poems from the Early TraditionSur’s Ocean: Poems from the Early TraditionSurdas
Bryant, Kenneth E.
Hawley, John Stratton
HARDCOVER01/06/2015$35.00
Cover: The Killing of ShishupalaThe Killing of ShishupalaMagha
Dundas, Paul
HARDCOVER01/05/2017$35.00
Cover: In Praise of Annada, Volume 1In Praise of Annada, Volume 1Ray, Bharatchandra
Bhattacharya, France
HARDCOVER01/09/2017$29.95
Cover: The Life of HarishchandraThe Life of HarishchandraRaghavanka
Viswanatha, Vanamala
HARDCOVER01/09/2017$32.95
Cover: Into Sūr’s Ocean: Poetry, Context, and CommentaryInto Sūr’s Ocean: Poetry, Context, and CommentaryHawley, John StrattonHARDCOVER04/10/2017$95.00
Cover: RisaloRisaloLatif, Shah Abdul
Shackle, Christopher
HARDCOVER01/08/2018$35.00
Cover: In Praise of Annada, Volume 2In Praise of Annada, Volume 2Ray, Bharatchandra
Bhattacharya, France
HARDCOVER01/07/2020$35.00
Cover: LilavaiLilavaiKouhala
Ollett, Andrew
HARDCOVER01/05/2021$35.00Not yet available
Cover: Poems from the <i>Satsai</i>Poems from the SatsaiBiharilal
Snell, Rupert
HARDCOVER01/05/2021$35.00Not yet available
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