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Further Castaneda Controversies
Richard De Mille (szerk.): The Don Juan Papers

Carlos ​Castaneda's Teachings of Don juan—published by the University of California as a work of science—told how a naive anthropology student spent five years playing sorcerer's apprentice to a wily old Mexican Indian, who possessed the wisdom of a Zen master, the agility of a deer, and the powers of a real magician. In ten years Castaneda produced five best-selling books about the amazing don Juan, while scholars turned out scores of articles about the elusive Castaneda, yet all along many doubted whether don Juan even existed.
In Castaneda's journey, Richard de Mille asked: Are the don Juan books a hoax? De Mille unmasked the bogus fieldworker but took Castaneda seriously as Trickster-Teacher, a deceptive truth-bringer who taught a new conception of „reality” to millions of readers. The Don juan Papers asks: What are the costs and benefits of the don Juan hoax? How did Castaneda get away with it? Why did he do it?
In 44 chapters, some thirty scholars and laymen… (tovább)

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Wadsworth, USA, 1990
532 oldal · puhatáblás · ISBN: 0534121500

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