From "Birds Crying"

@article{Oba1993FromC,
  title={From "Birds Crying"},
  author={Mina Oba and Michiko Niikuni Wilson and Michael Wilson},
  journal={Chicago Review},
  year={1993},
  volume={39},
  pages={186}
}
In this deeply psychological novel, memories spawn tales within tales and seemingly disparate elements are woven into a tapestry of extraordinary moments that reveals the authorAEs penetrating observations on the interdependency of humanity and nature in its wholeness. 
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