fast-moving patch of color is accompanied by the notion of “mountain lion,” it is more likely to be evaluated as displeasure (provided one finds fear unpleasant). The amount of space that has been devoted in this review to minor errata should not in any sense be taken as evidence of the reviewer’s displeasure. While I would argue that getting details right is important even in a broad overview, I would also say that so much in this book is gotten right that it is a work that is likely to be consulted for many years to come and will amply repay anyone who reads it with care and then rereads it. It is a rich feast to be digested slowly. Selected Works of D. T. Suzuki, Volume I: Zen. Edited by Richard M. Jaffe. Oak- land, CA: University of California Press, 2014. Pp. lviii + 273. Hardcover $59.95, isbn 978-0-520-26919-4. Zen Dust: The History of the Koan and Koan Study in Rinzai (Lin-chi) Zen. By Isshū Miura and Ruth Fuller Sasaki. Pp. xx + 531. Paper $83.00, isbn 978-1-922169-12-9. Reviewed by Steven Heine Florida International University firstname.lastname@example.org The two fine books under review represent in different but complementary ways
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