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Dao va duc : ban dich moi tron bo Dao-Duc-Kinh cua Lao Tu / Dinh-Si-Trang
Bib ID 1001602
Format BookBook
Author
Laozi
 
Uniform Title Dao de jing. Vietnamese
Description Newmarket, Qld. : D. Dinh, 1996 
479 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0646259342
Notes

"A new translation with commentary in Vietnamese".

Title on t.p. in Chinese characters: Tao te ching.

"Gom nguyen ban Han-Van, dich am, dich nghia va Anh Van di chieu, chu giai ro rang de hieu".

Bibliography: p. 475-476.

Subjects Laozi. - Dao de jing.
Other authors/contributors Dinh Si Trang
Available From Mr D Dinh, 32 Foster St, Newmarket QLD 4051 

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