Rediscovering the Buddha: Legends of the Buddha and Their Interpretation

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Note on the citation of Pali Buddhist texts: There is no single set of volumes that contain the complete canonical texts in English translation. The Pali texts are usually cited by their Pali titles. This is unfortunate for those who may not be familiar with the language or the texts. This situation can often lead to further difficulties in locating the exact book, chapter, and verse. I have tried to sidestep these problems by using the English translations of the texts published by the Pali Text Society, citing title, volume, and page number, as well as other translations with the hope that this will allow easier access to the sources. Buddhist texts will have a separate entry at the beginning of the bibliography.

The following is a list of the Pali Text Society English translations of the Tipitaka, together with the Pali titles of the texts used in part I:

The Pali Text SocietyThe Tipitaka
I. The Book of DisciplineVinaya Pitaka
The Analysis of RulesSutta Vibhang
Groupings of RulesKhandhaka
SummariesParivara
II. The Discourses (Sayings)Sutta Pitaka
The Long Discourses of the BuddhaDigha Nikaya
The Middle-Length Discourses of the BuddhaMajjhima Nikaya
The Book of the Kindred SayingsSamjutta Nikaya
The Book of Gradual SayingsAnguttara Nikaya
The Minor AnthologiesKhuddaka Nikaya

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