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The United States, Japan, and the atomic bomb / Mark Selden -- August 6 / Agawa Hiroyuki -- Two grave markers / Hayashi Kyoko -- Residues of squalor / Ota Yoko -- Stone's sleep / Nakayama Shiro -- Photographs : Hiroshima and Nagasaki after the bomb -- Poems by atomic bomb survivors -- The boy who was a fetus : the death of Kajiyama Kenji / Domon Ken -- My husband does not return / Tada Makiko -- No place to go / Tsujimoto Tora -- The memory of nutrias / Ishii Ichiro -- Father and son robbed of body and soul : a record of Ryu Choon Seung and his son / Kuak Kwi Hoon -- Koreans and Americans and Chinese are also victims / Kim In Jo -- Children's voices -- Reiko / Shoda Shinoe.
The tanka and haiku poems in English and Japanese.