1914. A story of a restless mind in Buddhist India at the time of
Greek influence. This largely historical study, although
structurally imaginative, is a rendering of Indian life and thought
toward the close of the 3rd century BC in the last days of
Piyadasi, Asoko, the Buddhist Constantine. It projects an interplay
between Buddhism and Hellenism.
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