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The Straight Mind: And Other Essays
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The Straight Mind: And Other Essays by Monique Wittig
These political, philosophical, and literary essays mark the first collection of theoretical writing from the acclaimed novelist and French feminist writer Monique Wittig. Trivia About The Straight Mind And Other Essays by Monique Wittig.
By her logic they are not really men in the heterosexual sense, which is the only sense in which “man” makes sense to the dominant social order that creates men. Jan 01, Soraya rated it it monuque amazing Shelves: I love the essays on the constitutive power of language, and her ideas about how that which language assumes as the universal becomes a tyranny in itself white, male, heterosexual.
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Gender is how patriarchy marks bodies so that they are processed through the usual undisturbed cha I’m still reading this with Serano’s new book in the back of my mind, and especially with Wittig’s essays in the front of my mind, since Butler deals with her “materialist feminism” quite a bit.
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Compare this contract with the contract that binds a worker to his employer. Being murdered, mutilated, physically and mentally tortured and abused, being raped, being battered, and being forced to marry is the fate of women.
Women do not know that they are totally dominated by men, and when they acknowledge the fact, they can ‘hardly believe it. Clear influence, and references to numerous other schools of thought: To ask other readers questions about The Straight Mindplease sign up.
Mar 06, Steven rated it it was amazing. Oct 02, Annick rated it it was amazing. Quotes from The Straight Mind The final two essays, more specific to the application of the broader ideas to literary works her own and those of Nathalie Sarraute, respectivelyboth seem to draw their bows a bit further, and are thus a little harder to follow – in particular, I would have appreciated some more specific demonstration of her claim early in The Mark of Gender that gender is always implicitly constructed in English first-person speech.