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Recommended by Assistant Professor Damien Horigan (Graduate School of International Studies). This is an autobiography of Tenzin Gyatso, who was born into a family of farmers in a small Tibetan village, and then recognized as the 14th Dalai Lama in 1938. Some aspects of the Dalai Lama? life are familiar to people who have seen films like Kundun or Seven Years in Tibet, but reading the Dalai Lama"s own words gives one an even deeper sense of the plight of the Tibetan people under Communist Chinese rule. Much value can be found in this book regardless of one"s religious background.