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I Ching: The Book of Changes [Translated] [Annotated] by [Xi, Fu]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 390 pages
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  • Language: English
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Be aware, this book is absolutely impossible to navigate as there is no table of contents links. It is useless for such a massive volume as you would not normally read it from cover to cover but rather use it as a reference. This very common problem on kidle electronic reference books.
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Beautifully Translated as far back as 1854 - 1855 and digested in this 'must own' book. Even though the writings go back centuries into Chinese history and Confucianism with the classical system of philosophical and ethical teachings that are relevant even today in the 21st Century. Confucius is a man I wished I could of met when he was alive. A great and learned teacher who is still influencing those of us today who are lucky enough to own books like this.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five stars but... 9 April 2013
By robert trainor - Published on Amazon.com
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This translation by Legge is actually rather good--better, I think, than Wilhelm's. Legge was somewhat skeptical of the book and did not try to force a favorable light on what he was translating--as Wilhelm did. However, unless one is familiar with the I Ching, this Kindle version of Legge's translation will be difficult to follow. But for those who have a working knowledge of the book, this is a good version to have. For those interested in obtaining the best version of the I Ching, I recommend the Ritsema + Karchner version--not, ironically, because it is translated well but because each Chinese character used in the text is presented with all of its various Chinese meanings. This enables one to, quite literally, make one's own translation of the book.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Bad presentation of great book - such a shame 8 April 2012
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This wonderful and scholarly book is a great complement to other more user-friendly versions of the text such as Huang, and it is a great shame that this version of Legge's classic has no usable table of contents, no hyperlinks, and above all omits the wonderful introduction of the printed original. This great book is therefore rendered shallow and unusable by thoughtless and incompetent presentation. It is a waste even of the $1 purchase price.
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4.0 out of 5 stars my review on the I Ching The Book of Changes in English 24 Mar. 2013
By Bonnay Conix - Published on Amazon.com
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If you want to learn the alphabet. It has illustrations and tells you history about the chinese charaters and their meanings.
4.0 out of 5 stars The hexagrams should be numbered - it's almost impossible to ... 18 Feb. 2016
By Sasha Juzhnyj - Published on Amazon.com
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The hexagrams should be numbered - it's almost impossible to navigate the book without that, unless you know them all by heart.
2.0 out of 5 stars Not easy 15 Jun. 2016
By sue - Published on Amazon.com
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Way complicated. For the Tao, just read the free book at A Personal Tao website.
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