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Abe, Kobo, The Man Who Turned into a Stick: Three Related Plays, translated by Donald Keene, University of Tokyo Press, 1975.

Currie, William, "Abe Kobo's Nightmare World of Sand," in Approaches to the Modern Japanese Novel, edited by Kinya Tsuruta and Thomas E. Swann, Sophia University, 1976, pp. 1-3.

Iwamoto, Yoskio, Review of Kangaroo Notebook, in World Literature Today, Winter 1997.

Keene, Donald, Introduction, in The Man Who Turned into a Stick: Three Related Plays, translated by Donald Keene, University of Tokyo, 1975, pp. vi-x.

Rimer, J. Thomas, "Abe Kobo," in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 182: Japanese Fiction Writers Since World War II, Gale Research, 1997, pp. 3-10.

Rimer, J. Thomas, "Tradition and Contemporary Consciousness," in Modern Japanese Fiction and Its Traditions: An Introduction, Princeton University Press, 1978, pp. 261-65.

Shields, Nancy K., Fake Fish, Weatherhill, Inc., 1996.

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