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The Tao Ka-Ching : confessions of a disc golf basket-case
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|Title:||The Tao Ka-Ching : confessions of a disc golf basket-case|
|Authors:||Burzynski, John K.|
|Abstract:||My goal for this project is to introduce the sport of disc golf and my essays on it, as well as to mediate the conversation of the topic so that both a literary reader and a "regular" disc golf player can get an enjoyable and satisfying read out of the (future) book. Although at first glance, the two reader-types seem to be on opposite ends of "culture," so to speak, I hope to bring them together in a common quest for the meaning of life and the enjoyment of disc golf. A tall order, indeed, but this is what Robert Pirsig did in his 1974 book Zen and the Art o/Motorcycle Maintenance, although his "vehicle" was a motorcycle.|
|Description:||Thesis (M.A.)--University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2008.|
Includes bibliographical references.
xii, 79 leaves, bound 29 cm
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