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Magazine | Editors View

Willy-Nilly Dharma

In Oliver Stone’s new movie Heaven and Earth, Buddhism plays a major role in a Hollywood movie for the first time. (See interview with Oliver Stone in this issue.) Earlier, What’s Love Got to Do with It…

By Helen Tworkov

Magazine | Ancestors

Still Speaking

A vital link in the westward transmission of the dharma, Dwight Goddard’s A Buddhist Bible is about to be republished this spring by Beacon Press. Originally printed more than sixty years ago, it was the first…

Robert Aitken

Magazine | Letters

Letters to the Editor Spring 1994

It takes a while for a new magazine to find its voice. How sad that Tricycle‘s is maturing with the rasp of a feminist tract.George Fradin Ann Arbor, Michigan Too much politics!—referring to the Winter 1993…

By Tricycle

Magazine | In the News

In the News Spring 1994

Four Monks Arrested in Vietnam Following the largest Vietnamese public protest since the Vietnam War, four Buddhist monks were convicted and sentenced to prison terms of three and four years by the Vietnamese government on November…

By Tricycle

CultureMagazine | Reviews

Wake Up and Roar

Satsang with H.W.L. PoonjaVolume 1Pacific Center Press: Maui, 1992.171 pp., $12.00 (paper).Wake Up and RoarSatsang with H.W.L. PoonjaVolume 2Pacific Center Press: Maui, 1993.175 pp., $12.00 (paper). Once, in the midst of a particularly poignant time in…

By Mark Epstein

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