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Cassatt, Mary. Mother and Child. Wichita Art Museum, Wichita. American Painting: 1560-1913. By John Pearce. New York: McGraw, 1964. Slide 22. Print.
Day, Nancy, and Alec Foege. "Geisha Guy: Arthur Golden Isn't Japanese, and He Isn't a Woman. But
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Delaroche, Paul. Portrait of a Woman. 1829. Pastel Drawing. European Drawings from the Collection of the Ackland Art Museum. By Carol C. Gillham and Carolyn H. Wood. Chapel Hill: The Museum, U of North Carolina, 2001. 93. Print.
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Gigli. Screenplay by Martin Brest. Dir. Martin Brest. Perf. Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez, and Christopher Walken. Columbia, 2003. DVD.
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Hirota, Akiko. "The Tale of Gengi: From Heian Classic to Heisei Comic." Journal
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Iko, Momoko. "Gold Watch." Unbroken Thread: An Anthology of Plays by
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"Once a Jerk, Always a Jerk - and the Whole Town Loves Him." The Charlotte Observer
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