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Ferguson, Margaret W. "Juggling the
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Part of a section in the journal entitled "Lacan and Narration: The Psychoanalytic Difference in Narrative Theory," edited by Robert Con Davis.
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Flockemann, Miki. "'Not-Quite
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Modern Language Review (October 1989),
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Fowler, Rowena. "Feminist
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This issue is entitled "La voz del otro: testimonio, subalternidad y verdad narrativa," edited by John Beverley and Hugo Achugar.
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Claims that scripts or narratives of "relational positionality" regarding self-identity are present in Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak's writings and other contemporary feminist discourse.
Friedman, Susan Stanford. "Relational
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Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature (Fall 1993), 12(2):268,
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Frow, John. Cultural Studies and Cultural Value, pp.163, 181. Oxford: Clarendon Press; New York: Oxford University Press, 1995.
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Frug, Jerry. "Decentering Decentralization." University of Chicago Law Review (Spring 1993), 60(2):261n21.
Frye, Susan. "Of Chastity and Violence: Elizabeth I and Edmund Spenser in the House of Busirane." Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society (Fall 1994), 20(1):60n11, 78.
Fuchs, Elinor. "Presence and the Revenge of Writing: Re-thinking Theatre after Derrida." Performing Arts Journal (1985), 9(2-3) [26-27]:165, 172n10.
Fugmann, Nicole. "The Gestalt Change of Postmodern Critique: Anselm Kiefer's Spatial Historiography." New German Critique (Fall 1998), 75:92n6.
Fulton, DoVeanna S. "Speak
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Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers (1998),
In her discussion of specific speech acts that empower the speaker to resist or subvert domination she mentions Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak's views on the subaltern's use of rumor for the same purpose.
Furniss, Graham. "Hausa Creative Writing in the 1930s: An Exploration in Postcolonial Theory." Research in African Literatures (Spring 1998), 29(1):91, 102
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