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Publications of Toril Moi    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

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Books

  1. T Moi, Henrik Ibsen and the Birth of Modernism: Art, Theater, Philosophy, manual (2006), pp. xvi + 396 pages, Oxford University Press.
  2. T Moi, Sex, Gender and the Body: The Student Edition of What Is a Woman?, manual (2005), pp. xv + 274 pages, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press (Contains the first two essays in What Is a Woman? and a new preface..).
  3. T Moi, What Is a Woman? and Other Essays, manual (January, 1999), pp. xv + 517 pages, Oxford University Press.
  4. T Moi, Simone de Beauvoir: The Making of an Intellectual Woman, manual (1994), pp. xii + 324 pages, Blackwell.
  5. Various, , French Feminist Thought, edited by Moi, T (1987), pp. x + 260 pages, Blackwell.
  6. Kristeva, J, The Kristeva Reader, edited by Moi, T (1986), pp. viii + 327 pages, Oxford: Blackwell, and New York: Columbia.
  7. T Moi, Sexual/Textual Politics: Feminist Literary Theory, manual (1985), pp. xviii + 206 pages, Methuen.

Articles in a Journal

  1. T Moi, Thinking through Examples: What Ordinary Language Philosophy Can Do for Feminist Theory, New Literary History, vol. 46 no. 3 (June, 2015), Johns Hopkins University Press.
  2. T Moi, Hedda's Silences: Beauty and Despair in Hedda Gabler, MODERN DRAMA, vol. 56 no. 4 (Winter, 2014), pp. 434-456 [Gateway.cgi], [doi].
  3. T Moi, Afterword: How the French Read, New Literary History, vol. 44 no. 2 (Spring, 2014), pp. 299-314.

Book Reviews

  1. T Moi, Shame and Openness: On Karl Ove Knausgård, Salmagundi Magazine, vol. 107 no. Winter (Winter), pp. 205-210 (Translated by Toril Moi and Anders Firing Lunde..).

Articles in a Collection

  1. T Moi, 'Nothing Is Hidden’: From Confusion to Clarity, Or Wittgenstein on Critique, in Rethinking Critique, edited by E Anker and R Felski, manual (2016), Duke University Press.
  2. T Moi, ‘Øyeblikkets bedrageriske fylde’: Handling, språk og eksistens i Liv Køltzows forfatterskap, in Å forsvinne i teksten, edited by L Køltzow and HP Blad, manual (May, 2015), Flamme Forlag.
  3. T Moi, Stumhet og kjærlighet: En lesning av Amtmandens Døttre [Muteness and Love: A Reading of The District Governor’s Daughters]., in Å bli en stemme: Nye studier i Camilla Colletts forfatterskap, edited by T Haugen, manual (2014), pp. 33-54, Novus Forlag.
  4. T Moi, ’Something That Might Resemble a Kind of Love’: Fantasy and Realism in Henrik Ibsen’s Little Eyolf, in Understanding Love Through Philosophy, Film, and Fiction, ed. Susan Wolfe and Christopher Grau, edited by Susan Wolf and Christopher Grau, manual (December, 2013), pp. 185-208, Oxford University Press.
  5. T Moi, ‘To Make them Other, and Face Them’: Literature, Philosophy and ‘La Femme rompue’, in Women, Genre and Circumstance: Essays in Memory of Elizabeth Fallaize, edited by M Atack and D Holmes and D Knight and J Still, manual (2012), pp. 11-24, Oxford: Legenda.

Introductions, Forewords and Afterwords

  1. T Moi, Ibsen’s Late Style, in Henrik Ibsen, The Master Builder and Other Plays, manual (2014), Penguin Books (9,000 words.).

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