A bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology

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Weiss, Theodore. The Breath of Clowns and Kings. New York, 1971. (Twelfth Night, etc.).

Markels, J. "Shakespeare's Confluence of Tragedy and Comedy: Twelfth Night and King Lear." Shakespeare Quarterly 15.2 (1964): 75-88.

Dennis, C. "The Vision of Twelfth Night." Tennessee Studies in Literature 18 (1973): 63-74.

Field, B. S., Jr. "Fate, Fortune, and Twelfth Night." Michigan Academician 6 (1973): 193-99.

Leggat, A. Shakespeare's Comedy of Love. London, 1974. (Twelfth Night, etc.).

Salingar, L. G. "The Design of Twelfth Night." Shakespeare Quarterly 10 (1958): 117-39.

Tromly, F. B. "Twelfth Night: Folly's Talents and the Ethics of Shakespearean Comedy." Mosaic 7.3 (1974): 53-68.

Hartwig, Joan. "Feste's 'Whirligig' and the Comic Provicence of Twelfth Night." ELH 40 (1973): 501-13.

Bristol, Michael D. (Professor of English, McGill U, Montreal).. "The Festive Agon." From Carnival and Theater: Plebeian Culture and the Structure of Authority in Renaissance England. New York: Methuen, 1985. 3-7, 200-4.

_____. Shakespeare's America / America's Shakespeare. London: Routledge, 1990.

Evans, G. Blakemore. The Riverside Shakespeare. Houghton Mifflin, 1974.

Bradbrook, Muriel. The Rise of the Common Player. Cambridge (MA), 1964.

Turner, Victor. "Variations on a Them of Liminality." In Secular Ritual. Ed. Sally F. Moore and Barbara G. Myerhoff. Amsterdam, 1972.

Montrose, Louis A. "The Purpose of Playing: Reflections on a Shakespearean Anthropology." Helios 8 (1980): 51-74.

Stow, John. A Survay of London. Ed. H. Morley. London, 1890.

Kott, Jan. Shakespeare Our Contemporary. New York, 1966.

Gaigneber, Claude. "Le Combat de carnaval et de carême de P. Breughel (1559)." Annales: Economies, Sociétés, Civilizations 27 (1972): 313-43.

Thomas, K. "Work and Leisure in Pre-Industrial Society." Past and Present 29 (1964): 67-84.

Tennenhouse, L. "Power on Display." From Power on Display: The Politics of Shakespeare's Genres. New York and London, 1986. 61-8.

Puttenham, George. The Arte of English Poesie. Menston, 1968.

Callaghan, Dympna. "'And all is semblative a woman's part': Body Politics and Twelfth Night." Textual Practice 7 (1993): 428-52.

_____. Woman and Gender in Renaissance Tragedy. Harvester, 1994.

_____. Shakespeare without Women. Forthcoming 1996.

Callaghan, Dympna, Lorraine Helms and Jyotsna Singh. The Weyward Sisters: Shakespeare and Feminist Politics.

Elias, Norbert. The Civilizing Process. Vols. 1 and 2. 1939. Oxford, 1982.

Gent, Lucy, and Nigel llewellyn, eds. Renaissance Bodies: The Human Figure in English Culture c. 1540-1660. London, 1990.

Gurr, Andrew. Playgoing in Shakespeare's London. Cambridge, 1987.

Barker, Francis. The Tremulous Private Body: Essays on Subjection. London and New York, 1984.

Smith-Rosenberg, Carroll. "The Body Politic." In Coming to Terms: Feminism, Theory, Politics. Ed. Elizabeth Weed. London and New York, 1989.

Jagendorf, Zvi. "Coriolanus: Body Politic and Private Parts." Shakespeare Quarterly 41.4 (1990): 455-69.

Zavarzadeh, Mas'ud. Seeing Films Politically. Albany (NY), 1991.

Ebert, Teresa L. "Political Semiosis in/of American Cultural Studies." American Journal of Semiotics 8.1-2 (1991): 113-35.

Fraser, Nancy. Unruly Practices: Power, Discourse and Gender in Contemporary Social Theory. Minneapolis, 1989.

Morton, Donald. "Texts of Limits, the Limits of Texts, and the Containment of Politics in Contemporary Critical Theory." Diacritics 20.1 (1990): 57-75.

Barrett, Michèle. Women's Oppression Today: The Marxist/Feminist Encounter. 1980. London, 1988.

Wolff, Janet. "Reinstating Corporeality: Feminism and Body Politics." In Feminine Sentences: Essays on Women and Culture. Berkeley (CA), 1990.

Bashar, Nazife. "Rape in England between 1500 and 1700." In The Sexual Dynamics of History. Ed. London Feminist History Group. London, 1983. 28-46.

Grosz, Elizabeth. "Notes Towards a Corporeal Feminism." Australian Feminist Studies 5 (Summer, 1987): 1-16.

Dempster, Elizabeth. "Women Writing the Body: Let's Watch a Little How She Dances." IN Grafts: Feminist Cultural Criticism. Ed. Susan Sheridan. London, 1988. 35-54.

Riley, Denise. "Am I That Name? FEminism and the Category of 'Women' in History. Minneapolis (MN), 1988.

Paster, Gail Kern. "Leaky Vessels: The Incontinent Women of City Comedy." In Renaissance Drama as Cultural History: Essays from Renaissance Drama 1977 to 1987. Ed. Mary Beth Rose. Evanston (IL), 1990. 211-33.

Fisher, Sheila, and Janet E. Halley, eds. Seeking the Woman in Late Medieval and Renaissance Writings. Knoxville (TN), 1989.

Orgel, Stephen. "Nobody's Perfect: Or Why Did the English Stage Take Boys for Women?" South Atlantic Quarterly 88.1 (Winter 1989): 7-29.

Woodbridge, Linda. Women and the English Renaissance: Literature and the Nature of Womankind, 1540-1620. Urbana (IL): U of Illinois P, 1984.

McLuskie, Kathleen. Renaissance Dramatists. Atlantic Highlands (NJ), 1989.

_____. "The Act, the Role, and the Actor: Boy Actresses on the Elizabethan Stage." New Theatre Quarterly 5 (1987): 120-30.

Ryan, Kiernan. Shakespeare. Atlantic Highlands (NJ), 1989.

Case, Sue-Ellen. Feminism and Theatre. London and New York, 1988.

Rackin, Phyllis. "Androgyny, Mimesis, and the Marriage of the Boy Heroine on the English Renaissance Stage." PMLA 102.1 (1987): 29-41.

Howard, Jean. "Scripts and/versus Playhouses: Ideological Production and the Renaissance Public Stage." In The Matter of Difference: Materialist Feminist Criticism of Shakespeare. Ed. Valerie Wayne. New York and London, 1991.

Gibbons, Brian, ed. Romeo and Juliet. London and New York, 1980.

Stubbes, Philip. The Anatomy of Abuses. London, 1583.

Barish, Jonas. The Antitheatrical Prejudice. Berkeley (CA), 1981.

Binns, J. W. "Women or Transvestites on the Elizabethan Stage? An Oxford Controversy." The Sixteenth Century Journal 5.2 (1974): 95-120.

Clark, Sandra. "'Hic Mulier, Haec Vir' and the Controversy over Masculine Women." Studies in Philology 82.2 (1985): 157-83.

Dekker, Rudolf, and Lotte C. Van de Pol. The Tradition of Female Transvestitism in Early Modern Europe. New York, 1989.

Levine, Laura. "Men in Women's Clothing: Anti-Theatricality and Effeminization form 1579 to 1642." Criticism (Spring 1986): 121-43.

Certain Homilies Appointed to be Read in Churches in the Time of Queen Elizabeth. London, 1908.

Stallybrass, Peter. "Patriarchal Territories: The Body Enclosed." In Rewriting the Renaissance: The Discourse of Sexual Difference in Early Modern Europe. Ed. Margaret W. Ferguson, Maureen Quilligan and Nancy J. Vickers. Chicago, 1986.

Maurer, Margaret. "Coming of Age in Illyria: Doubling the Twins in Twelfth Night." Unpublished Ms.

King, T. V. Shakespearean Staging 1599-1642. Cambridge (MA), 1971.

Craik, T. V., and J. M. Lothain, eds. Twelfth Night. 1975. London and New York, 1981.

Westlund, Joseph. Shakespeare's Reparative Comedies: A Psychonalaytic View of the Middle Plays. Chicago, 1984.

Partridge, Eric. Shakespeare's Bawdy: A Literary and Psychological Essay and the Comprehensive Glossary. 1947. London, 1968.

Rose, Mary Beth. The Expense of Spirit: Love and Sexuality in English Renaissance Drama. Ithaca (NJ), 1988.

Granville-Barker, Harley. Prefaces to Shakespeare. Vol. 1. Princeton (NJ), 1952.

Paré, Ambroise. (On Monsters...). Trans. Th. Johnson. 1634.

_____. On Monsters and Marvels. 1573. Trans. Janis L. Pallliser. Chicago, 1982.

Laqueur, Thomas. Making Sex: Body and Gender from the Greeks to Freud. Cambridge (MA), 1990.

_____. "Amor Veneris, vel Ducendo Appellatur." In Fragments for a History of the Human Body: Part Three. Ed. Michael Freher, Ramona Naddaff and Nadia Tazi. New York, 1989.

Traub, Valerie. "Desire and the Difference It Makes." In The Matter of Difference: Materialist Feminist Criticism of Shakespeare. Ed. Valerie Wayne. New York and London, 1991.

Case, Sue-Ellen. "Toward a Butch-Femme Aesthetic.' In Making a Spectacle: Feminist Essays in Contemporary Women's Theatre. Ann Arbor (MI), 1989.

Scragg, Leah. "Her C's, Her U's, Her T'S." Review of English Studies 42 (1991): 1-16.

Gallop, Jane. Thinking Through the Body. New York, 1988.

Quaife, G. R. Wanton Wenches and Wayward Wives: Peasants and Illicit Sex in Early Seventeenth Century England. New Brunswick (NJ), 1979.

Goldberg, Jonathan. "Textual Properties." Shakespeare Quarterly 37.2 (1986).

Vickers, Nancy J. "This Heraldry in Lucrece's Face." In The Female Body in Western Culture: Contemporary Perspectives. Cambridge (MA), 1985. 209-22.

Bauhin, Caspar (Professor of Anatomy and Botany at Basel; 1560-1624).

Gallop, Jane. The Daughter's Seduction: Feminism and Psychoanalysis. Itaca (NY), 1982.

Stallybrass, Peter. "'Drunk with the cup of liberty': Robin Hood, the Carnivalesque, and the Rhetoric of Violence in Early Modern England." In Violence of Representation. Ed. Armstrong and Tenenhouse. 45-76.

Garber, Marjorie. Vested Interests: Cross-Dressing and Cultural Anxiety. London and New York, 1992.

Callaghan, Dympna. Woman and Gender in Renaissance Tragedy. Atlantic Highlands (NJ), 1989.

Newton, Judith, and Deborah Rosenfelt, eds. Feminist Criticism and Social Change: Sex, Class, and Race in Literature and Culture. London and New York, 1985.

Greenblatt, Stephen. "Psychoanalysis and Renaissance Culture." In Literary Theory / Renaissance Texts. Ed. Patricia Parker and David Quint. Baltimore (MD), 1986. (On Arnauld du Tilh's impersonation of Martin Guerre, etc.).

Agnew, Jean-Christophe. Worlds Apart: The Market and the Theatre in Anglo-American Thought, 1550-1750. Cambridge, 1986.

Dollimore, Jonathan. "Shakespeare, Cultural Materialism, Feminism, and Marxist Humanism." New Literary History 21.3 (1990): 471-93.

Baltrusaitis, Jurgis. Anamorphic Art. Trans. W. L. Strachan.i New York, 1977.

Barnet, Sylvan, ed. The Complete Signet Classic Shakespeare. New York, 1972.

Kelly, Joan. "The Doubled Vision of Feminist Theory." In Sex and Class in Women's History. Ed. Judith L. Newton, Mary P. Ryan and Judith R. Walkowitz. London, 1983.

"An Homilie of the State of Matrimonie." In Certain Sermons or Homilies appointed by the Queenes Majestie, to be declared and read by all Parsons, Vicars, and Curates.... London, 1595.

Berggren, Paula. "The Woman's Part: Female Sexuality as Power in Shakespeare's Plays." In The Woman's Part: Feminist Criticism of Shakespeare. Urbana (IL), 1980.

Park, Clara Claiborne. "As We Like It: How a Girl can be Smart and still Popular." In The Woman's Part: Feminist Criticism of Shakespeare. Urbana (IL), 1980.

Howard, Jean. "Crossdressing, the Theatre, and Gender Struggle in Early Modern England." Shakespeare Quarterly 39 (1988): 418-40.

Williams, Raymond. Problems in Materialism and Culture. London, 1980.

Harrison, William. "A Description of Englnad." 1577. In Elizabethan England. Ed. F. J. Furnivall. London, 1902.

Smith, Thomas. De Republica Anglorum. London, 1583.

Wilson, Thomas. The State of England Anno-dom. 1600. Ed. F. J. Fisher. London, 1936.

Sanderson, Robert. "Ad populum: The Fourth Sermon ... London, Nov. 4, 1621." In XXXVI Sermons. London, 1986.

Stone, Lawrence. "Social Mobility in England, 1500-1700." Past and Present 33 (1966).

Cressy, David. "Describing the Social Order of Elizabethan and Stuart England." Literature and History 3 (1976): 29-44.

Stone, Lawrence. An Open Elite? England 1540-1880. Oxford, 1984.

Wrightson, Keith. English Society 1580-1680. London, 1982.

Elliott, Vivien Brodsky. "Mobility and Marriage in Pre-Industrial England." Ph.D. diss. U of Cambridge, 1978.

_____. "Single Women in the London Marriage Market: Age, Status, Moobility, 1598-1619." In Marriage and Society: Studies in the Social History of Marraige. Ed. R. B. Outhwaite. London, 1981.

Manley, Lawrence. London in the Age of Shakespeare: An Anthology. London, 1986.

Anger, Jane. Jane Anger her Protection for Women. To defend them against the Scandalous Reportes of a late Surfeiting Lover, and all other like Venerians that complaine so to bee overcloyed with womens kindness. London, 1589.

Henderson, Katherine, and Barbara McManus, eds. Half Humankind: Contexts and Texts of the Controversy about Women in England, 1540-1640. Urbana and Chicago, 1985.

Tilney, Edmund. "The Flower of Friendshippe": A Renaissance Dialogue Contesting Marriage. Ed. Valerie Wayne. Itahca (NY), 1992.

Woodhouse, Linda. Women and the English Renaissance: Literature and the Nature of Womankind, 1540-1620. Urbana (IL), 1984.

Wright, Louis B. Middle-Class Culture in Elizabethan England. Chapel Hill (NC), 1935.

Clark, Sandra. "Hic mulier, Haec Vir and the Controversy over Masculine Women." Studies in Philology 82 (1985): 157-83.

Rose, Mary Beth ."Womn in Men's Clothing: Apparel and Social Stability in The Roaring Girl." English Literary Renaissance 14 (1984): 139-51.

Breton, Nicholas. "The Praise of Vertuous Ladies." In The Wil of Wit, Wits Will, or Wils Wit, chuse you whether. Containing five discourses. London, 1597.

Perkins, William. Christian Oeconomy. Trans. T. Pickering. London, 1609.

Bullinger. Christen State of Matrimony. 1541.

Tilney, Edmund. "A Brief and Pleasant Discourse of Duties in Marriage, called the Flower of Frienshippe." London, 1568.

Dod, John, and Richard Cleaver. A Godly Form of Householde Government. London, 1598.

Amussen, Susan Dwyer. An Ordered Society: Gender and Class in Early Modern England. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1988.

Haller, William, and Malleville Haller. "The Puritan Art of Love." Huntington Library Quarterly 5 (1941-2).

Wayne, Don. "Drama and Society in the Age of Jonson: An Alternative View." Renaissance Drama ns 13 (1982): 103-29.

Schochet, Gordon. Patriarchalism in Political Thought: The Authoritarian Family and Political Speculation and Attitudes. Oxford, 1975.

Nash, Thomas. Pierce Penilesse: His Supplication to the Divell. London, 1592.

Chambers, E. K. The Elizabethan Stage. 4 vols. Oxford, 1923.

Underdown, David. Revel, Riot and Rebellion: Popular Politics and Culture in England, 1603-1660. Oxford, 1987.

McGinn, Donald. Thomas Nashe. Boston, 1981.

Small, Roscoe. The Stage Quarrell between Ben Jonson and the So-Called Poetasters. Breslau, 1899.

Ingram, R. W. John Marston. Boston, 1978.

Knights, L. C. Drama and Society in the Age of Jonson. London, 1937.

Manley. London in the Age of Shakespeare.

Marston. What You Will. C. 1601, pub. 1607.

Finkelperarl, Philip. John Marston of the Middle Temple. Cambridge (MA), 1969.

Jonson. Cynthia's Revels, Or the Fountayne of self-love. In Ben Jonson. Ed. C. H. Gerford and Percy Simpson. 11 vols. Oxford, 1932. 4.1-183, 5.iv.643-6.

Wayne, Don. Penshurst: The Semiotics of Place and the Poetics of History. Madison (WI), 1984.

Forde, Emanuel. The Famous History of Parismus. 1578.

Bandello. The Novels of Mateo Bandello. Trans John Payne. 4 vols. London, 1890.

Gl'Ingannati. 1537. Abridged ed. by T. L. Peacock. London, 1862.

Luce, Morton, ed. Rich's 'Apolonius and Silla', an Original of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. New York, 1912.

Mohl, Ruth. The Three Estates in Medieval and Renaissance Literature. New York, 1962.

Little, David. Religion, Order and Law. New York, 1969.

Fisher, F. J. "Commercial Trends and Policy in the Sixteenth Century." Economic History Review 10 (1940).

Supple, Bernard. Commercial Crisis and Change in England, 1600-1642. Cambridge, 1959.

Ingram, Martin. Church Courts, Sex and Marriage in England, 1579-1640. Cambridge, 1987.

Perkins. Christian Oeconomy.

Zaret, David. The Heavenly Contract: Ideology and Organization in Prerevolutionary Puritanism. Chicago, 1985.

Everett, Barbara (Former fellow at Oxford and Cambridge; Senior Research Fellow at Somerville College, Oxford), . "Or What You Will." Essays in Criticism 35 (1985): 294-314.

_____. Poets in Their Time: Essays in English Poetry from Donne to Larkin. London: Faber and Faber, 1986; Oxford: Oxford UP, 1991.

_____. Young Hamlet: Essays on Shakespeare's Tragedies. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1989. 1990.

Everett, Barbara. "Two Damned Cruces: Othello and Twelfth Night." Review of English Studies (May 1986).

Eliade, Mircea. The Two and the One. 1965. (Gender, hermaphrodites).

Wind, Edgar. "Pan and Proteus." In Wind, Pagan Mysteries in the Renaissance. 1967.

Frye, Northrop. A Natural Perspective: The Development of Shakespearian Comedy and Romance. New York: Columbia UP, 1965.

Heilman, Robert B. The Ways of the World: Comedy and Society. Seattle: U of Washington P, 1978. (Marxist).

Wells, Robin Headlam. Shakespeare, Politics and the State. London: Macmillan, 1986.

Marcus, Leah. Puzzling Shakespeare. Berkeley: U of California P, 1988.

Holderness, Graham, Nick Potter and John Turner. "Twelfth Night: The Court in Transition." In Shakespeare Out of Court: Dramatizations of Court Society. Houndmills: Macmillan, 1990. 105-25.

Laroque, François. Shakespeare's Festive World. 1988. English trans., Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1991.

Dusinberre, Juliet. Shakespeare and the Nature of Women. London: Macmillan, 1975. 2nd ed. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1996.*

Kahn, Coppélia. Man's Estate: Masculine Identity in Shakespeare. Berkeley (CA): U of California P, 1981.

Slights, William W. E. "Maid and Man in Twelfth Night." Joural of English and Germanic Philology 80 (1981): 327-48. (On androgyny).

French, Marilyn. Shakespeare's Division of Experience. New York: Summit, 1981; London: Cape, 1982.

Bray, A. Homosexuality in Renaissance England. 2nd ed. London: Gay Men's Press, 1988.

Novy, Marianne. Love's Argument: Gender Relations in Shakespeare. Chapel Hill (NC): U of North Carolina P, 1984.

MacCary, W. Thomas. Friends and Lovers: The Phenomenology of Desire in Shakespearean Comedy. New York: Columbia UP, 1985. (Homoeroticism).

Erickson, Peter. Patriarchal Structures in Shakespeare's Drama. Berkeley: U of California P, 1985.

Williamson, Marilyn. The Patriarchy of Shakespeare's Comedies. Detroit (MI): Wayne State UP, 1986.

Thompson, Ann. "'The Warrant of Womanhood': Shakespeare and Feminist Criticism." In The Shakespeare Myth. Ed. Graham Holderness. Manchester: Manchester UP, 1988. 74-88.

MacEachern, Caire. "Fathering Herself: A Source Study of Shakespeare's Feminism." Shakespeare Quarterly 39 (1988): 269-90.

Kolin, Philip C. Shakespeare and Feminist Criticism: An Annotated Bibliography and Commentary. New York: Garland Press, 1991.

Jardine, Lisa. "Twins and Travesties: Gender Dependency and Sexual Availability in Twelfth Night." In Erotic Politics: Desire on the Renaissance Stage. Ed. Susan Zimmerman. New York: Routledge, 1992. 27-38.

Elam, Keir. Shakespeare's Universe of Discourse: Language Games in the Comedies. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1984.

Orgel, Stephen. "The Authentic Shakespeare." Representations 21 (1988): 1-25.

Atkins, G. Douglas, and David M. bergeron, eds. Shakespeare and Deconstruction. New York: Peter Lang, 1988.

Potter, Lois. Twelfth Night. (Text and Performance Series). London: Macmillan, 1983.

Greif, Karen. "A Star Is Born: Feste on the Modern Stage." Shakespeare Quarterly 39 (1988): 61-78.

Hamburger, Mark. "A spate of Twelfth Nights: Illyria Rediscovered?" In Images of Shakespeare: Proceedings of the Third Congress of the International Shakespeare Association, 1986. Ed. Werner Habicht. London: Associated UPs, 1988. 236-44.

Malcolmson, Christina. (Associate Professor of English, Bates College). "'What You Will: Social Mobility and Gender in Twelfth Night." In The Matter of Difference: Materialist Feminist Criticism of Shakespeare. Ed. Valerie Wayne. New York and London, 1991. 29-57.

_____. "'As Tame as the Ladies': Politics and Gender in The Changeling."

_____. "The Garden Enclosed/The Woman Enclosed: Marvell and the Cavalier Poets."

Tennenhouse, Leonard. (Brown U), and Nancy Armstrong. The Imaginary Puritan: Literature, Intellectual Labor, and the Origins of Personal Life. Berkeley, 1992.

White, R. S. (Professor of English Literature, U of Western Australia).

Lowry, Elizabeth. "The Nouvelle Cuisine of the Turnover." Rev. of The Oxford Book of English Short Stories, ed. A. S. Byatt. TLS 26 June 1998: 23ff.*

Haack, Susan. Evidence and Inquiry: Towards Reconstruction in Epistemology. Oxford: Blackwell, c. 1998.

Greek Philosophical Review.

Anuario Filosófico

Archives de Philosophie

Australasian Journal of Philosophy.

Peirce Project Newsletter.

Mawer, Simon. (British novelist, l. Rome; Anglican background, converted to Catholicism, lapsed). The Gospel of Judas. Novel. Little, Brown, 2001.

Nagorski, Andrew. "If Judas Told His Story..." Rev. of The Gospel of Judas. By Simon Mawer. Newsweek 18 June 2001: 62.

Harris, Robert. Fatherland. 1992.

Hollinghurst, Alan. The Spell. London: Chatto and Windus.

Jensen, Hal. "Pastoral in Passing." Rev. of The Spell, by Alan Hollinghurst. TLS 26 June 1998: 25.*

Atkins, lucy. "Love in a Quarry." Rev. of Brother to Dragons. By David Hartnett. TLS 26 Juen 1998: 25.

Hartnett, David. Brother to Dragons. Novel. London: Cape, 1998.

Oates, Joyce Carol. "Deep in the Forest of Aeros." Rev. of The World and Other Places. By Jeanette Winterson. TLS 26 June 1998: 26.*

McCabe, Mary Margaret. "Promising More Than It Performs." Rev. of Promises Lovers Make When It Gets Late. By Dairan Leader. TLS 13 Feb. 1998: 31.*

Leader, Darian. Promises Lovers Make When It Gets Late. London: Faber and Faber, c. 1998. (Love, illusion, representation, desire).

Benson, Susan. "Licking One's Own Stamps." Rev. of Who's Afraid of Feminism? Ed. Ann Oakley and Juliet Mitchell. TLS 13 Feb. 1998: 31.*

Oakley, Ann, and Juliet Mitchell, eds. The Rights and Wrongs of Women. c. 1978.

_____, eds. What Is Feminism? 1986.

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