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King-Kok Cheung, "Attentive Silence in Joy Kogawa's Obasan," in Listening to Silences: New Essays in Feminist Criticism, edited by Elaine Hedges and Shelley F. Fishkin, Oxford University Press, 1994, pp. 113-29.

Gayle K FujIta, "'To Attend the Sound of Stone" The Sensibility of Silence in Obasan," in Melus, Vol 12, No 3, pp. 33-42.

Erika Gottlieb, "Silence into Sound: The Riddle of Concentric Worlds in Obasan," in Canadian Literature, No 109, Summer 1986, pp. 34-53.

Mason Harns, "Broken Generations in Obasan," in Canadian Literature, No. 127, Winter, 1990, pp. 41-57

Suanne Kelman, "Impossible to Forgive," in The Canadian Forum, Vol. LXI, No. 715, February, 1982, pp. 39-40.

Robin Potter, "Moral-in Whose Sense? Joy Kogawa's Obasan and Julia Kristeva's Powers of Horror, " in Studies in Canadian Literature, 1990.

Karin Quimby, "'This is my own, my native land': Constructions of Identity and Landscape in Joy Kogawa's Obasan," in Cross-Addressing Resistance Literature and Cultural Borders, edited by John C. Hawley, State University...

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