W. Y. Evans-Wentz
From Kook Science
Walter Yeeling Evans-Wentz (February 2, 1878 - July 17, 1965) was an American anthropologist interested in comparative religion, noted in particular for his study of Celtic fairy faith, and his later work studying the religions of India and Tibet, the latter being the object of several books which he edited and annotated, including Kazi Dawa-Samdup's English translation of the Bardo Thodol (published as Tibetan Book of the Dead).
- Evans-Wentz, W. Y. (1911), The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries, London, New York: H. Frowde
- Dawa-Samdup, Kazi (trans.) (1927), Evans-Wentz, W. Y., ed., The Tibetan Book of the Dead; or, The After-Death Experiences on the Bardo Plane, According to Lāma Kazi Dawa-Samdup's English Rendering, with Foreword by Sir John Woodroffe, London: Oxford University Press
- Dawa-Samdup, Kazi (trans.) (1935), Evans-Wentz, W. Y., ed., Tibetan Yoga and Secret Doctrines; or, Seven Books of Wisdom of the Great Path, According to the Late Lāma Kazi Dawa-Samdup's English Rendering: Arranged and Edited with Introductions and Annotations to Serve as a Commentary, London: Oxford University Press
- Dawa-Samdup, Kazi (trans.) (1951), Evans-Wentz, W. Y., ed., Tibet's Great Yogi Milarepa: a Biography from the Tibetan; Being the Jetsün-Kahbum or Biographical History of Jetsün-Milarepa, According to the Late Lāma Kazi Dawa-Samdup's English Tendering (2d ed.), Edited with Introd. and Annotations by W. Y. Evans-Wentz, London, New York: Oxford University Press
- Bahädur, Sardar (trans.); Laden La, S. W. (trans.) (1954), Evans-Wentz, W. Y., ed., The Tibetan Book of the Great Liberation; Or, The Method of Realizing Nirvana Through Knowing the Mind Preceded by an Epitome of Padma-Sambhava's Biography and Followed by Guru Phadampa Sangay's Teachings According to English Renderings by Sardar Bahädur S. W. Laden La and by the Lāmas Karma Sumdhon Paul, Lobzang Mingyur Dorje, and Kazi Dawa-Samdup: Introductions, Annotations, and Editing by W. Y. Evans-Wentz, with Psychological Commentary by C. G. Jung, London, New York: Oxford University Press