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Allen, Jeffner. “Poetic Politics: How the Amazons Took the Acropolis.” in S.  J. Wolfe & J. Penelope, eds. Sexual Practice, Textual Theory: Lesbian Cultural Criticism, 307-321. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell, 1993).

-------. “Women Who Beget Women Must Thwart Major Sophisms.” In Gary & Pearsall, eds., Women, Knowledge and Reality, 37-46.  Boston: Unwin-Hyman, 1989.

Allen, Hilary. “Political Lesbianism and Feminism–Space for a Sexual Politics.” m/f 7 (1982): 15-34.

Amat. Nuria. “La erotica des lenguaje en Alejandra Pizarnik y Monique Wittig.” Nueva Estafeta 12 (1979): 47-54.

Andersen, Margaret. “La Jouissance– Principe d’écriture.” L’Esprit créateur 19.2 (1979): 3-12.

Anderson, Kristine. “Encyclopedic Dictionary as Utopian Genre: Two Feminist Ventures.” Utopian Studies 2.1-2 (1991): 124-30.

-------.  “Lesbianizing English: Wittig and Zeig Translate Utopia.” L’Esprit créateur 34.4 (1994): 90-102.

Armengaud, Françoise. “La Contestation des conventions du discours chez Nathalie Sarraute et chez Monique Wittig.”  Nouvelles Questions Féministes 19.1 (1998): 35-64.

-------.  “L’Entreprise littéraire de Monique Wittig: Un réélaboration utopiste du contrat social?” In Bourcier, M.-H. & S. Robichon, eds., Parce que les lesbiennes ne sont pas des femmes... , 137-162.   Paris: Editions gaies et lesbiennes, 2002.

Ayres, Susan. “The Straight Mind in Russ’s The Female Man.” In G. Covi, ed., Critical Studies on the Feminist Subject, 165-184.   Trento, Italy: Department of Philological and Historical Sciences, 1997.

Bartkowski, Frances.  Feminist Utopias (Lincoln: U. Of Nebraska Press, 1989).

Beauchamp, Jose Juan.  “Guerra de los sexos y cuerpo lesbiano en la obra de Monique Wittig.”   Revista del Ateneo Puertorriqueno 4.10-12 (1994): 173-187.

Benegas, Noni. “Virgile, non.” Vlasta 4 (1985): 96-98.

Bérard, Sylvie. “Amazones de tir dans la SF coté femmes!”  Tessera 15 (1993): 42-54.

Birkett, Jennifer.  “Sophie Ménade: The Writing of Monique Wittig.” In Hughes, Alex & Kate Ince, eds.,  French Erotic Fiction , 93-119.  Oxford, UK & Herndon, VA: Berg, 1996.

Bliven, Naomi.  “Daphne in India, Catherine in France.” New Yorker (June 2,1966): 66, 68.

Botherel, Nicole, & Dugast, Jean, eds. Les Nouveaux romanciers (Paris: Bordas, 1976)

*Bourdet, Denise.  "Monique Wittig."  Revue de Paris 71 (1964): 115-119.

Bourcier, Marie-Hélène.  “Les Ruses de la raison straight.” In Bourcier, M.-H. & S. Robichon, eds., Parce que les lesbiennes ne sont pas des femmes... , 23-34.  Paris: Editions gaies et lesbiennes, 2002.  

-------.  “Wittig la Politique.” In N. Shaktini, ed., On Monique Wittig: Theoretical, Political and  Literary Essays, 187-198.  Urbana: U. Of Illinois Press, 2005.

Bourque, Dominique. “Dire l’inter-dit: La subversion dialogique dans l’oeuvre de fiction de Monique Wittig.” In Bourcier, M.-H. & S. Robichon, eds., Parce que les lesbiennes ne sont pas des femmes... ,111-135.  Paris: Editions gaies et lesbiennes, 2002.

-------.  “Dialogic Subversion in Monique Wittig’s Fiction.” In N. Shaktini, ed., On Monique Wittig: Theoretical, Political and Literary Essays, 163-179.  Urbana: U. Of Illinois Press, 2005.

Braidotti, Rosi.  “Feminism by Any Other Name.” Differences 6 (1994): 27-61.

Brée, Germaine. Ëxperimental Novels? Yes, But Perhaps Otherwise: Nathalie Sarraute, Monique Wittig.”  In E.G. Friedman & M. Fuchs, eds., Breaking the Sequence: Women’s Experimental Fiction , 267-283. Princeton: Princeton U. Press, 1989.

Budig-Markin, Valerie.  “Vivir y escribir la lucha femenina en tres continentes: Monique Wittig, Assia Djebar y Luisa Valenzuela.” Feminaria Literaria 5.8 (1995): 4-10.

Brugmann, Margreet.  "Identity as a pleasure and a burden: Aspects of lesbian identity in literature."  U.of Amsterdam Sociologisch Instituut, "Among Men, Among Women", 1983.

Burwell, Jennifer.  “Acting Out ‘Lesbian’: Monique Wittig and Immanent Critique.” In J. Burwell, Notes on Nowhere: Feminist Logic and Social Transformation   Minneapolis: U. Of Minnesota Press, 1997.

Butler, Judith. “Monique Wittig: Bodily Disintegration and Fictive Sex.”  In J. Butler, Gender Trouble, 111-128.  New York: Routledge, 1990.

------. “Variations on Sex and Gender: Beauvoir, Wittig and Foucault.” Praxis International 5 (1984):505-516.

Calhoun, Cheshire.  “Separating Lesbian Theory from Feminist Theory.” Ethics 104.3 (1994): 558-561.

Cambridge, W. Heffer. “‘L’asile des femmes”: Subjectivity and Femininity in Breton’s Nadja and Wittig’s Le corps lesbien.” Nottingham French Studies 27.1 (1988): 35-45.

Case, Sue-Ellen.  “Towards a Butch-Femme Aesthetic.”  Discourse 11.1 (1989): 55-73.

Causse, Michèle.  “The World as Will and Representation.” In J. Allen, ed., Lesbian Philosophies and Cultures, 259-274.  Albany: State University of New York Press, 1990.

Chisholm, Dianne.  “Lesbianizing Love’s Body: Interventionist Imag(in)ings of Monique Wittig.” In S. Neuman & G. Stephenson, eds., Reimagining Women: Representations of Women in Culture, 196-216.Toronto: U. of Toronto Press, 1993.

-------.. “Woman-identified-woman/radical lesbianism.” In E. Wright & J. F. MacCannell, eds., Feminism and Psychoanalysis: A Critical Dictionary, 451-53.  Oxford: Blackwell, 1992.

Cooper, Sarah. “Becoming Readers of Lesbian Desire: Engaging with Monique Wittig.” In B. Rollet & E. Salines, eds., Working Papers on Contemporary France 4: Gender Identities in France, 37-44.  Portsmouth: U. Of Portsmouth, 1999.

-------. Relating to Queer Theory: Rereading Sexual Self-Definition with Irigary, Kristeva, Wittig and Cixous. Bern: Peter Lang, 2000.

Cope, Karin. “Plastic Actions: Linguistic Strategies and Le corps lesbien.”
Hypatia 6.3 (1991): 74-96.

Courtivron, Isabelle de.  “Le repos du guerrier.” L’Esprit créateur 19.2 (1979):23-35.

Creet, Julia.  “Speaking in Lesbian Tongues: Monique Wittig and the Universal Point of View.” RFR/DFR Resources for Feminist Research 16.4 (1987): 16-21.

Crosland, Margaret. "The Two-Breasted Amazon." In Crosland, M, Women of Iron and Velvet,  211-217.  New York: Taplinger, 1976.

Crowder, Diane Griffin.  "Une armée d'amantes: l'image de l'Amazone dans l'oeuvre de Monique Wittig."  Paris: Vlasta 4 (1985): 79-87.

-------."Amazones de..demain?: La Fiction utopique féministe et lesbienne." 
Montréal: Amazones d'hier, Lesbiennes d'aujourd'hui 2.4 (1984): 19-27.

-------.  "Amazons or Mothers?  Monique Wittig, Hélène Cixous and Theories of Women's Writing."  Contemporary Literature 24.2 (1983): 117-144.

-------.  "Monique Wittig." In B. Zimmerman, ed. The Encyclopedia of Homosexuality, 2nd Ed., Vol. 1 Lesbian Histories and Cultures.  New York, Garland, 2000.            

-------.  "Monique Wittig.." In  E. Sartori and D. Zimmerman, Eds.,  Fifty French Women Writers. Greenwood Press, 1991.

-------. “De la pensée straight à la théorie queer: implications pour un mouvement politique.”  In M-H Bourcier and S. Robichon, eds,. Parce que les lesbiennes ne sont pas des femmes: Autour de l’oeuvre théorique, politique, et littéraire de Monique Wittig,163-177.  Paris: Les Editions Gaies et Lesbiennes, 2002.

-------. " The Semiotic Functions of Ideology in Literary Discourse." Bucknell Review 27.1 (1982): 157-168.

-------.  "Separatism and Feminist Utopian Fiction." In S, J. Wolfe & J. Penelope, eds,. Sexual Practice, Textual Theory: Lesbian Cultural Criticism , 237-250.  Cambridge, MA: Blackwell, 1993.

-------. “Universalizing Materialist Lesbianism.  In N. Shaktini,.ed. On Monique Wittig: Theoretical, Political and Literary Essays, 63-86. Urbana, IL: U.of Illinois Press, 2005.

Curb, Rosemary.  “Re/cognition,Re/presentation, Re/creation in Woman-Conscious Drama: The Seer, the Seen, the Scene.”  Theater Journal 37 (Oct, 1985): 302-316.

Dalmas, André.  “Contre l’ordre masculin.”Quinzaine littéraire, Nov.1, 1973, 9.

Davy, Kate.  “Constructing the Spectator: Reception. Context, and Address in Lesbian Performance.”  Performing Arts Journal 10.2 (1986): 43-52.

Dehler, Joanna. “Monique Wittig.” in Dehler, Fragments of Desire: Sapphic Fictions in Works by H.D., Judy Grahn and Monique Wittig,129-140. New York: Peter Lang, 1999.

de Lauretis, Teresa.  “The Female Body and Heterosexual Presumption.” Feminist Studies 16 (Spring 1990): 259-279.

-------.  “Sexual Indifference and Lesbian Representation.” Theater Journal 40.2 (1988):155-177.

-------.   “Quand les lesbiennes n’étaient pas des femmes.”   In M-H Bourcier and S. Robichon, eds,. Parce que les lesbiennes ne sont pas des femmes: Autour de l’oeuvre théorique, politique, et littéraire de Monique Wittig, 35-54.  Paris: Les Editions Gaies et Lesbiennes, 2002.

-------.  “When Lesbians Were Not Women.” In N. Shaktini, ed., On Monique Wittig: Theoretical, Political and Literary Essays, 51-62.  Urbana: U. of Illinois Press, 2005.

Delphy, Christine. “La Passion selon Wittig.” Nouvelles Questions Féministes 11-12 (1985): 151-156.

-------, coord.  “Les origines du mouvement de libération des femmes en France.” Nouvelles Questions Féministes 11.16-18 (1991): 1-262.

Deudon, Catherine. “Monique Wittig et les lesbiennes barbues (entretien).” Actuel 24 (Nov., 1977): 12-14.

Duffy, Jean.  "Language and Childhood: L'Opoponax by Monique Wittig."  Forum for Modern Language Studies 19.4 (1983): 289-300.

-------.  “Monique Wittig.”  In M. Tilby, ed., Beyond the Nouveau Roman: Essays on the Contemporary Novel,201-228.   New York: Berg, 1990.

-------.  "Women and Language in Les Guérillères by Monique Wittig."  Stanford French Review 7.3 (1983): 399-412.

Duquesne, Dominique.  “Essai de lecture symbolique: Le corps lesbien de Monique Wittig.” In Recherches sur l’Imaginaire Cahier X, 121-133.  Angers: U. d’Angers, 1983.

Durand, Laura.  "Heroic Feminism as Art."  Novel 8.1 (1974): 71-77.

Ecarnot, Catherine Rognon.  “L’interlocutrice du corps lesbien: Menaçante, désirée, constitutante.”“  In Bourcier, M.-H. & S. Robichon, eds., Parce que les lesbiennes ne sont pas des femmes... , 99-110. Paris: Editions gaies et lesbiennes, 2002.  

-------.  “La monstrueuse sexualité d’au-delà du verbe dans les fictions de Monique Wittig.” In J. Julien & B. Boucheron, eds., Le Sexe au bout de la langue, 157-170. Toulouse: Espace lesbien, 2002.

-------.  “Politics and Poetics of Travesty in Monique Wittig’s Fiction.” In N. Shaktini, ed., On Monique Wittig: Theoretical, Political and Literary Essays, 180-186.  Urbana: U. Of Illinois Press, 2005.

-------.  “Politique et poetique du travestissement dans les fictions de Monique Wittig.” Clio: Histoire, Femmes et Sociétés 10 (1999): 185-195.

-------.  “Rencontre avec Monique Wittig.” Lesbia 155 (1996): 185-195.

Ellenberger, Harriet.  “From The Dream is the Bridge: In Search of Lesbian Theatre (excerpts).” Trivia 20 (1992): 62-66.

Engelbrecht, Penelope J.  “Lifting Belly is a Language: The Postmodern Lesbian Subject.” Feminist Studies 16.1 (1990): 85-114.

Evans, Martha Noel.  “Monique Wittig: The Lesbian.”  In M. Evans, ed., Masks of Tradition: Women and the Politics of Writing, 185-200.  Ithaca: Cornell U. Press, 1987.

Fariña Busto, María Jésus.  “Una cuestión de géneros: Inversión y dramatización del Quijote en Le voyage sans fin de Monique Wittig.” In J.G. Maestro, ed., Problemata Theatralia I: El signo teatral: Texto y representación, 91-103. 
Vigo, Spain: U. De Vigo, 1996.

Farwell, Marilyn R.  “Heterosexual Plots and Lesbian Subtexts: Toward a Theory of Lesbian Narrative Space.”  In K. Jay & J. Glasgow, eds., Lesbian Texts and Contexts: Radical Revisions, 91-103.  New York: New York U. Press, 1990.

-------.  “The Lesbian Narrative: The Pursuit of the Inedible by the Unspeakable.” In G. Haggarty & B. Zimmerman, eds., Professions of Desire: Lesbian and Gay Studies in Literature, 156-168.   New York: Modern Language Association, 1995.

-------. “Toward a Definition of the Lesbian Literary Imagination.”  Signs 14.1 (1998): 100-118.

Fauré, Christine.  “Le crépuscule des déesses, ou La crise intellectuelle en France en milieu féministe.” Les Temps modernes 37 (1981): 1285-91.

-------.  “The Twilight of the Goddesses, or The Intellectual Crisis of French Feminism.” Signs 7.1 (1981): 81-86.

Ferguson, Ann.  “Is There a Lesbian Culture?” In J. Allen, ed., Lesbian Philosophies and Cultures, 63-88.  Albany: State U. of New York Press, 1990.

Findlay, Heather.  "Is there a Lesbian in this Text?  Derrida, Wittig, and the Politics of the Three Women." In E. Weed, ed., Coming To Terms: Feminism, Theory, Politics, 59-69.  New York: Routledge, 1989

Fouque, Antoinette.  “Femmes en mouvements: hier, aujourd’hui, demain.” In A. Fouque, Il y a deux sexes, 23-55.  Paris: Gallimard, 1995.

Freadman, Anne.  “Poeta (1st. Dcl., n., fem.).”  Australian Journal of French Studies 16.2 (1979): 152-165.

Fuss, Diana.  “Monique Wittig’s Anti-Essentialist Materialism.”  In D. Fuss, Essentially Speaking: Feminism, Nature and Difference, 39-53.  New York: Routledge, 1989.

Gaudet, Jeannette.  “Monique Wittig: Virgile, non.” In J. Gaudet, ed.  Writing Otherwise: Atlan, Duras. Giraudon, Redonnet and Wittig, 162-203.  Amserdam: Rodopi, 1999.

Gilmore, Leigh. “An Anatomy of Absence: Written on the Body, the Lesbian Body, and Autobiography without Names.”  In T. Foster, et. a., eds.,The Gay Nineties: Disciplinary and Inerdisciplinary Formations in Queer Studies, 224-251.  New York: New York U. Press, 1997.

Griggers, Cathy.  “Lesbian Bodies in the Age of (Post)Modern Reproduction.” Postmodern Culture 2.3 (1992): 1-15.

Halberstam, Judith.  “Automating Gender: Postmodern Feminism in the Age of the Intelligent Machine.”  Feminist Studies 17.3 (1991): 439-460.

Hale, Jacob.  “Are Lesbians Women?”  Hypatia 11.2 (1996): 94-121.

Hawkesworth, Mary E.  "Feminist Rhetoric: Discourses on the Male Monopoly of  Thought." Political Theory 16.3 (1988): 444-467.

Heathcote, Owen. “Hermeneutic Circles and Cycles of Violence: La fille aux yeux d’ or, Histoire d’O, Les guérillères.”  South Central Review 19-20.4-1 (2002-2003): 44-62.

-------.  “Masochism, Sadism, and Women’s Writing: The Examples of Marguerite Duras and Monique Wittig.”  Nottingham French Studies 32.2 (1993): 71-84.

Hewett, Leah D.  “Confusing the Genres: Autobiographical Parody and Utopia in Monique Wittig’s Across the Acheron.”  In L.D. Hewett, ed., Autobiographical Tightropes: Simone de Beauvoir, Nathalie Sarraute, Marguerite Duras, Monique Wittig, and Maryse Conde, 127-158.  Lincoln: U. of Nebraska Press, 1990.

Higgins, Lynn.  "Nouvelle nouvelle autobiography: Monique Wittig's Le Corps lesbien." Sub-Stance 14 (1976): 160-66.

-------.  “In/On Translation: Recent French Feminist Writers.” Translation Review 17 (1985): 13-16.

Hokenson, Jan. "The Pronouns of Gomorrha: A Lesbian Prose Tradition."  Frontiers 10.1 (1988): 62-69.

Jardine, Alice.  "Pre-texts for the Translatlantic Feminist."  Yale French Studies 62 (1981): 220-236.

-------- and Anne M. Menke.  “Exploding the Issue: ‘French’ ‘Women’ ‘Writers’ and ‘The Canon’.”  In J. DeJean & N.K. Miller, eds., Displacements: Women, Tradition, Literatures in French, 275-307.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins U. Press, 1991.                                                                                                 

-------.  “Monique Wittig.”  In A. Jardine & A.M. Menke, eds., Shifting Scenes: Omtervoews on Women, Writing, and Politics in Post-68 France, 192-195.  New York: Columbia U. Press, 1991.

Jean, Raymond.  "Le 'féminaire' de Monique Wittig."  In R. Jean, ed.,  Pratique de la littérature: roman/poésie, 130-132.  Paris: Seuil, 1978.

Jones, Ann Rosalind.  “Inscribing Femininity: French Theories of the Feminine.”  In G. Greene & C. Kahn, eds., Making a Difference: Feminist Literary Criticism, 80-112.  London: Methuen, 1985.

-------. “Writing the Body: Toward an Understanding of L’Ecriture Féminine.”  Feminist Studies 7.2 (1981): 247-263.

Keinhorst, Annette.  "Emancipatory projection: an introduction to women's critical utopias." Women's Studies International Forum 14 (1987): 91-99.

King, Adele.  French Women Novelists: Defining a Female Style.  New York: MacMillan, 1989.

Komar, Kathleen L.  “The Communal Self: Re-Membering Female Identity in the Works of Christa Wolf and Monique Wittig.”  Comparative Literature 44 (1992): 42-58.

Kutzner, M. Daphne.  “The Cartography of Passion: Cixous, Wittig and Winterson.”  In J. Kleist & B.A. Butterfield, eds., Renaming the Landscape, 133-45.  New York: Peter Lang, 1994.

Lambert, Claudette.  “Wittig, ou l’obsession d’un nouveau monde.”  Amazones d’hier, lesbiennes d’aujourd’hui 5.2 (1987): 72-73.

Leduc, Sylvie.  “Marguerite Yourcenar, Marguerite Duras et Monique Wittig: parcours du discours dominant au discours. “ Amazones d’hier, lesbiennes d’aujourd’hui 5.2 (1987): 90-105.

Le Garrec, Evelyne.  “Monique Wittig:’Je crois aux amazones.” Politique hebdo 40 (Nov. 1973): 29 (interview.)

Leibacher-Ouvrard, Lise. “Monique Wittig.”  L’Esprit créateur 36 (1996).

Lew, Margaret.  “Relocating the Hedge Transforms the House: Monique Wittig and Pueblo Architecture.”  Trivia 12 (1988): 6-35.

Lewis, Valerie Hannagan.  “Warriors and Runaways: Monique Wittig’s Le voyage sans fin.” Theater Research International 23.2 (1998): 200-204.

Lindsay, Cecile.  "Body/Language: French Feminist Utopias."  French Review 60.1 (1986): 46-55.

Linstrum, Cathy.  “L’Asile des femmes: Subjectivity and Femininity in Breton’s Nadja and Wittig’s Le corps lesbien.”  Nottingham French Studies 27.1 (1988): 35-45.

Louppe, Laurence.  “Entretien avec Monique Wittig (Le corps lesbien).”  L’Art vivant 45 (Dec. 1973-Jan. 1974): 24-25.

Marini, Marcelle.  “Enfance en archipel: L’Opoponax de Monique Wittig.”  Revue des Sciences Humaines 96.2 (1991): 143-159.

Marks, Elaine. "Lesbian Intertextuality." In E. Marks & G. Stambolian, eds.,  Homosexualities and French Literature, 353-377.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1979.

McCarthy, Mary.  "Everybody's Childhood."  New Statesman, 15 July 1966: 90-94.

Montefiore, Jan. “Feminism and Poetry: Language, Experience, Identity in Women.” Poetics Today 8.3-4 (1987): 737-40.

-------.  “Textual Erotics: Irigaray and Wittig.” In J. Montefiore, ed., Feminism and Poetry, 153-158.  New York: Pandora, 1987.

Nelson-McDermott, Catherine.  “Postmodernism Meets the Great Beyond:Les guérillères and Le corps lesbien.” Canadian Review of Comparative Literature/Revue Canadienne de Littérature Comparée 21.3 (1994): 325-330.

Oppenheim, Lois.  “The Ontonlogy of Language in a Post-Structuralist Feminist Perspective: Explosive Discours in Monique Wittig.”  In A-T Tymieniecka, ed., Poetics of the Elements in the Human Condition, II: The Airy Elements in Poetic Imagination,  Boston: Kluwer Academic, 1988.

Ostrovsky, Erika.  "A Cosmogony of O: Monique Wittig's Les guérillères." In G. Stambolian, ed.  Twentieth Century  French Fiction, 241-261.  New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1975.  241-251.

-------.  “Religion in the Fiction of Monique Wittig.“  In M. Joy, et.al., eds., Religion in French Feminist Thought: Critical Perspectives, 191-202.  London: Routledge, 2003.

-------. “Transformations of Gender and Genre Paradigms in the Fiction of Monique Wittig.” In N. Shaktini, ed., On Monique Wittig: Theoretical, Political and Literary Essays, 115-130.  Urbana: U. Of Illinois Press, 2005.

Ouerd, Michèle. "Lesbianisme et littérature: 1970 et 1980." Masques 9/10 (1981): 28-36.

Phillips, Catherine.  “L’Ecart soude le projet: Subjectivité textuelle et sexualité narrative chez Hélène Cixous et Monique Wittig.” In F. Grauby & M. Royer, eds., Repenser les processus créateurs/Rethinking Creative Processes, 263-273.  Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang, 2001.

Porter, Laurence.  “Monique Wittig.” In W. Thompson, ed., The Contemporary Novel in France, 279-292.  Gainesville: U. Press of Florida, 1995.

-------.  “Writing Feminism: Myth, Epic and Utopia in Monique Wittig’s Les guérillères.”  L’Esprit créateur 29 (1989): 92-100.

Preciado, Beatriz.  “Gare à la gouine garou! Ou comment se faire un corps queer à partir de la pensée straight.”   In M-H Bourcier and S. Robichon, eds,. Parce que les lesbiennes ne sont pas des femmes: Autour de l’oeuvre théorique, politique, et littéraire de Monique Wittig,179-214.  Paris: Les Editions Gaies et Lesbiennes, 2002.

Rawson, C. J.  "Cannibalism and Fiction, 2: Love and Eating in Fielding, Mailer, Genet and Wittig."  Genre 11 (1978): 227-313.

Richman, Michele.  “Sex and Signs: The Language of French Feminist Criticism.”  Language and Style 13.4 (1980): 62-80.

Robichon, Suzette. “Monique Wittig, Ecrivain.”  Lesbia 222 (2003): 21.

-------. “Monique Wittig, une oeuvre pionnière.” ”   In M-H Bourcier and S. Robichon, eds,. Parce que les lesbiennes ne sont pas des femmes: Autour de l’oeuvre théorique, politique, et littéraire de Monique Wittig, 15-20.  Paris: Les Editions Gaies et Lesbiennes, 2002.

Rogan, Alcena Madeline Davis.  “Alien Sex Acts in Feminist Science Fiction: Heuristic Models for Thinking a Feminist Future of Desire.”  PMLA 119.3 (2004): 442-456.

Rooke, Patricia T.  “Woman as Artifact: Sexual Scripts and a Female Education from the Reformation to Monique Wittig.”  Journal of Educational Thought 30.1 (1996)

Rosenfeld, Marthe.  "Language and the Vision of a Lesbian-Feminist Utopia in Wittig's Les Guérillères."  Frontiers 6.1 (1981): 6-9.

-------.  “The Linguistic Aspect of Sexual Conflict: Monique Wittig’s Le corps lesbien.”  Mosaic 17.2 (1984): 235-241.

-------.  “Monique Wittig (1935-).” In L McCaffery, ed., Postmodern Fiction: A Biobibliographical Guide, 548-51. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1986.

-------.  "Splits in French Feminism/Lesbianism." In S. Hoagland & J. Penelope, eds.,  For Lesbians Only1987

-------.  "Vers un langage de l'utopie amazonienne: Le Corps lesbien de Monique Wittig."  Vlasta 4 (1985): 55-62.

Russ, Joanna.  "Recent Feminist Utopias."  In M. Barr, ed.,Future Females 71-87.  Bowling Green: Bowling Green Popular Press,  1981.

Savona, Jeannelle Laillou.  “Lesbians on the French Stage: From Homosexuality to Monique Wittig’s Lesbianization of the Theater.” Modern Drama 39.1 (1996): 132-155.

-------.  “Quixote’s Journey: How to Change the World and Degenderize the Stage.”  In N. Shaktini, ed., On Monique Wittig: Theoretical, Political and Literary Essays, 133-149.  Urbana: U. of Illinois Press, 2005.

Scanlon, Julie.  “XX+XX=XX: Monique Wittig’s Reproduction of the Monstrous Lesbian.” Paroles Gelées 16.1 (1998): 73-96.

Schor, Naomi.  “French Feminism is a Universalism.” differences 7.1 (1995): 15-45.

Shaktini, Namascar.  “Brouillon pour un dictionnaire des amantes: Wittig et Zeig lesbianisent la langue.” Trans. Anne-Marie Livoti.  In J. Julien & B. Boucheron, eds., Le sexe sur le bout de la langue, 21-29.  Toulouse: Espace Lesbien, 2002.

-------.  “The Critical Mind and The Lesbian Body.”  In N. Shaktini, ed., On Monique Wittig: Theoretical, Political and Literary Essays, 150-161.  Urbana: U. of Illinois Press, 2005.

-------. "Le déplacement du sujet phallique: l'écriture lesbienne de Monique Wittig."  Vlasta 4 (1985):  65-77.

-------.  "Displacing the Phallic Subject: Monique Wittig's Lesbian Writing.  Signs 8 (1982): 29-44.

-------. “ Elles and the Ladies of Orange: Monique Wittig’s Deconstructive Use of Epic.” In J. Beer, et.al., eds., Romance Languages Annual 4, 152-155.  West Lafayette: Purdue Research Foundation, 1993.

-------.  “Figuring Circulation: Claude Levi-Strauss and Monique Wittig.”  In M. Atack & P. Powrie, eds., Contemporary French Women’s Fiction, 141-150.  Manchester: Manchester U. Press, 1990.

-------.  “ Introduction and Chronology.” In N. Shaktini, ed., On Monique Wittig: Theoretical, Political and Literary Essays, 1-11.  Urbana: U. of Illinois Press, 2005.

--------. “Introduction to ‘For a Women’s Liberation Movement.’”  In N. Shaktini, ed., On Monique Wittig: Theoretical, Political and Literary Essays, 15-18.  Urbana: U. of Illinois Press, 2005.

-------.  “Je me souviens du début de mon amitié avec Monique Wittig (1935-2003).” Lesbia 222 (2003): 22.

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