Just got a copy of Willa Baker's translation of Jetsun Taranatha's Lam Rim text, published by LTWA.
This was published in 2005, and flew "Under the Radar," at least to me, until recently. It's a nice volume, and includes the entire Tibetan text, as well as a complete translation and a very useful introduction.
As Lam Rims go, this one is quite pithy, and stresses practice and meditation/contemplation on each of the points. Taranatha writes in a direct and conversational style, not "philosophical" or highly-wrought, and the translation reflects this.
This would be of particular interest to Jonangpas, Shangpa and Karma Kagyupas, I would think, but is really a nice companion for all Tibetan Buddhists.
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