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Based on James Legge's Translation

The Chuang Tzu, Zhuangzi The Legge translation of the complete Chuang Tzu (Zhuangzi) updated.

  1. Enjoyment in Untroubled Ease
  2. The Adjustment of Controversies
  3. Nourishing the Lord of Life
  4. Man in the World, Associated with Other Men
  5. The Seal of Complete Virtue
  6. The Great and Most Honoured Master
  7. The Normal Course for Rulers and Kings
  8. Webbed Toes
  9. Horses's Hoofs
  10. Cutting open Satchels
  11. Letting Be, and Exercising Forbearance
  12. Heaven and Earth
  13. The Way of Heaven
  14. The Revolution of Heaven
  15. Ingrained Ideas
  16. Correcting the Nature
  17. The Floods of Autumn
  18. Perfect Enjoyment
  19. The Full Understanding of Life
  20. The Tree on the Mountain
  21. Thien Sze-fang
  22. Knowledge Rambling in the North
  23. Käng-sang Ku
  24. Hsü Wu-kwei
  25. Zeh-yang
  26. What Comes from Without
  27. Yü Yen, or Metaphorical Language
CHUANG-TZU, ZHUANGZI ill. by summer flowers etc
  1. Kings Who Have Wished to Resign theThrone
  2. Robber Kih
  3. Delight in the Sword-Fight
  4. The Old Fisherman
  5. Lieh Yü-khâu
  6. Thien Hsiâ
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