Additional Resources for The Sound of a Voice by David Henry Hwang

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Daidoji, Yuzan, Code of the Samurai, Charles E. Tuttle, 1999.

The role of the Samurai warrior in Japanese culture began in ancient times but continues to influence contemporary Japanese culture, politics, family life, and individual personality. This new explanation of the basic code of the Samurai way of life helps Westerners better appreciate Japanese warrior history.

Hanke, Ken, Charlie Chan at the Movies: History, Filmography, and Criticism, McFarland, 1989.

Hanke provides an in-depth study of the Charlie Chan movie series, covering the various actors who played the main characters, a synopsis of each film, and other details.

Kawaii, Hayao, and Gerald Donat, eds., Dreams, Myths, and Fairy Tales in Japan, Daimon Verlag, 1995.

As The Sound of a Voice is based on the form of a Japanese fairy tale, reading this book, which explains the form as well as its meaning in Japanese culture, offers a deeper understanding of the psychological...

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