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Baskind, Samantha. "A Conversation with Miriam Katin." The Jewish Graphic Novel. Critical Approaches. Eds. Samantha Baskind and Ranen Omar-Sherman. New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 2008. 237–43.  
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Marcoux, Jean-Philippe. "“To Night the Ensilenced World”: The challenges of intervocal representation in second-generation narratives of witnessing." Visualizing Jewish Narrative. Jewish Comics and Graphic Novels. Ed. Derek Parker Royal. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016. 199–212.  
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Mihăilescu, Dana. "Haunting spectres of World War II memories from a transgenerational ethical perspective in Miriam Katin’s We Are on Our Own and Letting It Go." Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 6.(2015): 154–71.  
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Oostdijk, Diederik. "“Draw yourself out of it”: Miriam katin’s graphic metamorphosis of trauma." Journal of Modern Jewish studies 17.(2018): 79–92.  
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Schlosser, Andrea. "Specters of the Past: Transgenerational memory in miriam katin’s graphic memoirs we are on our own and letting it go." Genealogy 4.2 2020. Accessed 4 May. 2020. <https://www.mdpi.com/2313-5778/4/2/53>.  
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Szép, Eszter. "Touchy Issues: Visual elements, tactility, and vulnerability in postmodern literature and comics." Travelling Around Cultures. Collected Essays on Literature and Art. Eds. Zsolt Győri and Gabriella Moise. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publ, 2016. 259–79.  
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