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--176. Buddhist Studies Review, Vol. 6, No. 2 (1989), pp. 99--196 \[Bhikkhu N~.ajivako, 'The Technicalisation of Buddhism; Fascism and Buddhism in Italy (II)', pp. 102--115; T. H. Barrett, 'Arthur Waley, D. T. Suzuki and Hu Shih: New Light on the 'Zen and History' Controversy', pp. 116--121; Thich Huyrn

teehnicalisation of Buddhism: Fascism and Buddhism in Italy (III)', pp. 3--17; Peter Harvey, 'The Transmission Truth in the Buddha's First Sermon', pp. 19--24; Phra Khantipfilo, 'The Limits of Theravfida Buddhism', pp. 25--37; Karel Werner, 'The Place of Rationality in Early Buddhism, pp. 39--48; Ria Kloppenborg

, vol. 6, No. 1 (1989), pp. 1--98 \['Udfinavarga XIII--XIV (translation)', pp. 1--4; Etienne Lamotte, 'Early Relations between India and the West (II)', pp. 5--24; Bhikkhu/q~najivako, 'The Technicalisation of Buddhism: Fascism and Buddhism in Italy (I)', pp. 27--38; Thfch Huyrn-Vi (tr.), 'Ekottar

Rahul Peter Das, R. K. Barz and J. W. De Jong

. P. 272 ft. : Is R a b i n d r a n i t h .Thgkur's "anti-fascism" so i m p o r t a n t for t h e literary h i s t o r y o f Bengali t h a t it justifies treating it in over t w o pages o f this already n o n e t o o b u l k y work? Indeed, it seems t h a t one o f t h e reasons for t h e extensive t