The Surangama Sutra.

  title={The Surangama Sutra.},
  author={Leon Nahum Hurvitz and Han Shan and Upasaka Lu K'uan Yu},
  journal={The Journal of Asian Studies},
  pages={482 - 484}
its essential homogeneity, its Confucian moralistic bias, its tendency to conform to ancient standards and ideals of literary function and value, the countervailing, innovating role of non-Confucian oriented authors, and the lyrical and distilled qualities of its greatest poetry. Essential to his purposes and well-phrased as these generalizations are, they nevertheless strike one as being applicable primarily to the world of polite letters, and less to the popular traditions of folksong… 

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