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Cook, Haruko Taya, and Theodore F. Cook, Japan at War: An Oral History, New Press, 1993.

This work of oral history captures in the words of ordinary people exactly what it was like to live in Japan during the time of Japan's war with China and the United States. As in A Boy Called H, many Japanese express a view of the war that is very different from the official versions.

Nimura, Janice P., Review of A Boy Called H, in Washington Post, August 6, 2000.

Nimura comments admiringly on Senoh's prose that seems so artless but manages to convey an entire social world.

Siegenthaler, Peter, Review of A Boy Called H, in Persimmon: Asian Literature, Arts, and Culture, Vol. 1, No. 2, Summer 2000. Available on the Internet at http://www. persimmon-mag.com/summer2000/bre_sum2000_3.htm (last accessed December 23, 2002).

Siegenthaler regards one of the strengths of the book to be how it...

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