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Books on Japanese dialects?

Hey all. :) I'm writing a paper on dialects for my Japanese class, and I was wondering if any of you knew of some good resources in book form. Google, Amazon and my local library have all failed at turning up anything remotely useful (it may be that I'm using the wrong keywords). Of course, if you know a good website or other form of resource, those would be welcome too. Thanks in advance!
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