Sensory Biographies: Lives and Deaths among Nepal's Yolmo Buddhists

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Sensory Biographies
Lives and Deaths among
Nepal's Yolmo Buddhists

Robert Desjarlais

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS Berkeley/Los Angeles/ London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Ethnographic Studies in Subjectivity *
  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Illustrations vii
  • Note on Transliteration ix
  • Kurāgraphy 1
  • Hardship, Comfort 20
  • Twenty-Seven Ways of Looking at Vision 54
  • Startled into Alertness 102
  • A Theater of Voices 133
  • I've Gotten Old 152
  • Essays on Dying 161
  • Dying is This 176
  • The Painful Between 182
  • Desperation 189
  • The Time of Dying 201
  • Death Envisioned 206
  • To Phungboche, by Force 219
  • Staying Still 230
  • Mirror of Deeds 236
  • Here and There 245
  • CSO: Ragged Woman 255
  • Echoes of a Life 275
  • A Son's Death 309
  • The End of the Body 315
  • Last Words 328
  • Notes 353
  • Glossary of Terms 375
  • References 379
  • Acknowledgments 389
  • Index 393
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