The Razor's Edge


  1. ^ Katha Upanishad "1-III-14. Arise, awake, and learn by approaching the exalted ones, for that path is sharp as a razor's edge, impassable, and hard to go by, say the wise."
  2. ^ Razors Edge: The Katha Upanishad by Nancy Cantwell., 29 January 2010.
  3. ^ Talk 550. 15 October 1938. Talks with Ramana Maharshi. Inner Directions Press. ISBN 978-1-878019-00-4
  4. ^ "Eastern promise". Mint (newspaper). 17 May 2008. 
  5. ^ 'Fable of Beasts & Men'. Time (magazine). 5 November 1945.
  6. ^ Isherwood's letter to Time is cited in Christopher Isherwood, My Guru and His Disciple, page 183.
  7. ^ Godman, David (1988) Somerset Maugham and The Razor's Edge
  8. ^ Thompson, Lewis, and Lannoy, Richard (ed) (2011), Fathomless Heart: The Spiritual and Philosophical Reflections of an English Poet-Sage, p.1, North Atlantic Books
  9. ^ Haberman, David L. (1 July 1993). "A cross‐cultural adventure: The transformation of Ronald Nixon". Religion (Routledge) 23 (3): 217–227. doi:10.1006/reli.1993.1020. ISSN 0048-721X.  Haberman states that Nixon's "direct experiences with the death and destruction of warfare filled him with a sense of futility and meaninglessness (strikingly similar to the experience of Larry in Sommerset Maugham's The Razor's Edge)" (p. 283).

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