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Bibliography: Feng Shui

Eitel, E. J. (1973). Feng-Shui. Kingston Press.

Feuchtwang, S. (1974). An Anthropological Analysis of Chinese Geomancy. Vithagna: Vientiane, Laos.

Knapp, R. G. (ed.). (1992). Chinese Landscapes: The Village as Place. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Knapp, R. G. (1989). China’s Vernacular Architecture: House Form and Culture. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Knapp, R. G. (1986). China’s Traditional Rural Architecture: A Cultural Geography of the Common House. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Lip, E. (1995). Feng Shui–Environments of Power: A Study of Chinese Architecture. London: Academy Editions.

Lip, E. (1987). Feng Shui–for the Home. Singapore: Times Books International. Lip, E. (1979). Chinese Geomancy. Singapore: Times Books International.

Rossabach, S. (1983). Feng Shui: The Chinese Art of Placement. New York: E. P. Dutton, Inc.

Smith, Vincent and Barbara Lyons Stewart, AIA, Feng Shui: A Practical Guide for Architects and Designers, Kaplan Education, 2006

Skinner, S. (1983). The Living Earth Manual of Feng Shui: Chinese Geomancy. Graham Brash Ltd.

Lu, H.-M. (1997). The Compass and the Ruler: Theory and Practice in Taiwanese Geomancy. University of Pennsylvania. UMI.

Lynch, K. (1960). Image of the City New York: MIT Press.

Wong, E. (1996). Feng-Shui: The Ancient Wisdom of Harmonious Living for Modern Times. Boston: Shambhala Publishing, Inc.

Wong, E. (1992). Cultivating Stillness: A Taoist Manual for Transforming Body and Mind. Boston: Shambhala Publishing, Inc.

Wilhelm, H. (1977). Heaven, Earth, and Man in the Book of Changes. Seattle: University of Washington Press.




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