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Abe, Kobo, The Woman in the Dunes, Vintage International, 1991.

Arnold, William, "Years Enhance Eerie Feeling of Landmark Japanese Film Woman in Dunes," in Seattle Post-Intelligencer, January 23, 1998, p. 22.

Carr, Jay, "Dunes: An Allegory of Human Endeavor," in the Boston Globe, December 5, 1997.

Dissanayake, Wimal, "Self, Place, and Body in The Woman in the Dunes: A Comparative Study of the Novel and the Film," in Literary Relations, East and West: Selected Essays, edited by Jean Toyama and Nobuko Ochner, University of Hawaii Press, 1990, pp. 41—54.

Kliewer, Brent, "An Absurd View of Humanity," in Santa Fe New Mexican, December 19, 1997.

Lamont-Brown, Raymond, "Kobo Abe: Japan's Novelist of Alienation," in Contemporary Review, Vol. 263, No. 1530, July 1993, pp. 31—33.

Oliver, Myrna, "Kobo Abe, 68; Japanese Novelist and Playwright," in Los Angeles Times, January 23, 1993, p. 22.

Thomas, Kevin, "Woman in the Dunes an Erotic Masterpiece," in Los Angeles Times, September 5, 1997, p. 8.

Thwaite, Anthony, "Kobo Abe's Fables of Identity," in the...

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