Then that's a better answer. I only quickly scanned a couple of paragraphs which included quotes (apparently) and there were text errors. I assumed from the organization of the files that it was the complete text.Palinurus said:Laura, I beg to differ about this.That's good enough. I did notice some text conversion errors so they must have scanned the book. But it will work. You should start at the beginning and read the entire book.
Naturally, when the link was given I immediately checked it out. What I discovered was a limited paraphrase and/or summary by someone else (K.E. Eduljee) of only three chapters (9, 10, and 11) from the work of Zaehner. It might suffice as an introduction, but the complete work cannot be found at that site and I have serious doubts about the veracity of that site itself. It might have its own agenda in these matters.
This link gives a complete overview of the contents of Zaehner's work so one can see what's missing.
My two cents.
Sorry that I don't have time to go over everything with a fine-toothed comb these days. I'm pretty much dancing as fast as I can considering I can barely walk!