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Bibliography: Jeanette Winterson

a) Writings

Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit. London, 1985.

Boating for Beginners. London, 1985.

Fit for the Future: The Guide for Women Who Want to Live Well. London, 1986.

The Passion. London, 1987.

"Personal View: Jeanette Winterson." Sunday Times. Feb 14, 1988.

Sexing the Cherry. London, 1989.

"The Lives of Saints." Indescreet Journeys. ed. Lisa St Aubin de Terán. London, 1989.

"Matter of fact: Jeanette Winterson on why truth is stranger than fiction." Time Out, Sept. 1989.

"Psalms." The Penguin Book of British Comic Stories. ed. Patricia Craig. Harmondsworth, 1990.

"The World and Other Places." The Best of Cosmopolitan Fiction. ed. Kate Figes. London, 1991.

Written On the Body. London, 1992.

"Newton." The Picador Book of The New Gothic. ed. Patrick McGrath / Bradford Morrow. London, 1992.

"The Poetics of Sex." The Penguin Books of Lesbian Short Stories. ed. Margaret Reynolds. London, 1993. 412-422.

"Virginia Woolf. Monks House, Rodmell, E. Sussex." Writers and Their Houses. A Guide To the Writer‘s Houses of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. ed. Kate Marsh. London, 1993.

Filmscripts: "Great Moments in Aviation" and "Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit." London, 1994.

Art and Lies: A Piece for Three Voices and a Bawd. London, 1994.

"The Green Man" New Yorker Fiction Issue, June 26th, 1995. 166-169.

Art Objects: Essay on Ecstasy and Effrontery. London, 1995.

"O‘Brians First Christmas." Woman‘s Hour 50th Anniversary Short Story Collection. ed. Di Speirs. Harmondsworth, 1996.

Gut Symmetries. London, 1997.

The World and Other Places. London, 1998.

(Includes the following stories: The 24-Hour Dog; Atlantic Crossing; The Poetics of Sex; The Three Friends; Orion; Lives of Saints; O’Brien’s First Christmas; The World and Other Places; Disappearance I; Disappearance II; The Green Man; Turn of the World; Newton; Holy Matrimony; A Green Square; Adventure of a Lifetime; Psalms)

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b) Literary Criticism

Allen, Carolyn. "Jeanette Winterson: The Erotics of Risk" Following Djuna: Women Lovers and the Erotics of Loss. Carolyn Allen. Bloomington, 1996. 46-80.

Anievas Gamallo, Isabel C. "Subversive Storytelling: The Construction of Lesbian Girlhood through Fantasy and Fairy Tale in Jeanette Winterson's Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit." The Girl: Construction of the Girl in Contemporary Fiction By Women. ed. Ruth O. Saxton. New York: St. Martin's, 1998. 119-134.

Asensio-Arostegui, Mar. "Written Narration versus Oral Storytelling in Jeanette Winterson’s The Passion." Actas del XVIII Congreso de AEDEAN, Universidad de Alcala, Servicio de Publicaciones, 1994. 459-64.

Asensio-Arostegui, Mar. "Subversion of Sexual Identity in Jeanette Winterson’s The Passion." Gender Ideology: Essays on Theory, Fiction and Film. eds. Chantal Cornut-Gentille D’Arcy; Jose Angel Carcia Landa. Amsterdam, 1996. 281-95.

Belsey, Catherine. "Postmodern Love: Questioning the Metaphysics of Desire." New Literary History 25 (1994): 683-705.

Bengtson, Helene; Borch, Marianne; Maagaard, Cindie, eds. Sponsered by Demons: The Art of Jeanette Winterson. Scholar's Press, 1999.

Bollinger, Laurel. "Models for Female Loyalty: The Biblical Ruth in Jeanette Winterson’s Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit." Tulsa Studies in Women#146;s Literature 13 (1994): 363-380.

Brinks, Ellen; Talley, Lee. "Unfamiliar Ties: Lesbian Constructions of Home and Family in Jeanette Winterson’s Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit and Jewelle Gomez’s The Gilda Stories." Homemaking: Women Writers and the Politics and Poetics of Home. ed. Barnes, Fiona R. New York, 1996. 145-74.

Brooks, Marilyn. "From Vases to Tea-sets: Screening Women's Writing." It's My Party: Reading Twentieth-Century Women's Writing. ed. Gina Wisker. London, 1994. 129-144.

Burns, Christy L. "Fantastic Language: Jeanette Winterson#146;s recovery of the postmodern word." Contemporary Literature 37 (1996): 278-306.

Burns, Christy L. "Powerful Differences: Critique and Eros in Jeanette Winterson and Virginia Woolf." Modern Fiction Studies. 44 (1998): 57-85.

Clingham, Greg. "Winterson's Fiction and Enlightenment Historiography." Bucknell Review: a Scholarly Journal of Letters, Arts & Siences 41 (1998): 57-85.

Doan, Laura. "Jeanette Winterson#146;s Sexing the Postmodern." The Lesbian Postmodern. ed. Laura Doan. New York, 1994. 137-155.

Farwell, Marilyn R. "The Lesbian Narrative: ‘The Pursuit of the Inedible by the Unspeakable.’" Professions of Desire: Lesbian and Gay Studies in Literature. eds. George E. Haggerty; Bonnie Zimmermann. New York, 1995. 156-168.

Farwell, Marilyn R. "The Lesbian Narrative: 'The Pursuit of the Inedible by the Unspeakable'." Professions of Desire: Lesbian and Gay Studies in Literature. eds. George E. Haggerty and Bonnie Zimmerman. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 1995. 156-168.

Farwell, Marilyn R. "The Postmodern Lesbian Text: Jeanette Winterson's Sexing the Cherry and Written on the Body" Heterosexual Plots and Lesbian Narratives. Marilyn R. Farwell. New York, 1996. 168-194.

Fried, Kerry. "Lesbian Fiction: Straight of Narrow?", Boston Review XIX, 6 (1994/95)

Gilmore, Leigh. "An Anatomy of Absence: Written on the Body, the Lesbian Body, and Autobiography without Names." The Gay '90's: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Formations of Queer Studies. eds. Thomas Foster, Carol Siegel, and Ellen E. Berry. New York: New York University Press, 1997. 224-251.

Gonzalez-Abalos, Susana. "Winterson’s Sexing the Cherry: Rewriting 'Woman' through Fantasy." Gender Ideology: Essays on Theory, Fiction and Film. eds. Chantal Cornut-Gentille D’Arcy; Jose Angel Carcia Landa. Amsterdam, 1996. 281-95.

Griffin, Gabriele. "Acts of Defiance: Celebrating Lesbians." It's My Party: Reading Twentieth-Century Women's Writing. ed. Gina Wisker. London, 1994. 80-103.

Gydé, An. "The story-telling motif in Jeanette Winterson’s Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit." Exploring Feminine Space: Five Essays on Women’s Writing. ed. Maryse Demoor. Gent, 1995. 34-58.

Haines-Wright, Lisa; Kyle, Traci Lynn. "From He and She to You and Me: Grounding Fluidity, Woolf’s Orlando to Winterson’s Written On the Body; Selected Papers from Fifth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf." Virginia Woolf: Texts and Contexts. eds. Beth Rigel Daugherty; Eileen Barrett. New York, 1996. 177-83.

Hallam, Julia; Marshment, Margaret. "Framing Experience: Case Studies in the Reception of Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit." Screen 36 (1995): 1-15.

Hallam, Julia; Marshment, Margaret. "Von der Knotenschnur zur Apfelsinenkiste: Lesben zur Hauptsendezeit." Von Madonna bis Martina: Die Romanze der Massenkultur mit den Lesben. (engl.: The Good, the Bad, and the Gorgeous. 1994). eds. Diane Hamer; Budge, Belinda. Berlin, 1996. 159-182, 261-262.

Hallam, Judith; Marshment, Margaret. "From string of knots to orange box: lesbianism on prime time" The Good, The Bad and The Gorgeous: popular culture's romance with lesbianism. eds. Diane Hamer / Belinda Budge. Pandora, 1994, p. 142-165

Heise, Ursula K. "Jeanette Winterson (1959- )." British Writers Supplement IV. ed. George Stade and Carol Howard. New York: Scribner's, 1997. 541-559.

Hinds, Hilary. "Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit: Reaching Audiences Other Lesbian Texts Cannot Reach." New Lesbian Criticism: Literary and Cultural Readings. ed. Sally Munt. Hemel Hempstead, 1992. 153-172.

Hinds, Hilary. "Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit: Reaching Audiences Other Lesbian Texts Cannot Reach." Immortal, Invisible: Lesbians and the Moving Image. ed. Tamsin Wilton. London: Routledge, 1995. 52-69.

Joyce, Elisabeth. "Memory and Oblivion: The Historical Fiction of Rikki Ducornet, Jeanette Winterson and Susan Daitch", Electronic Book Review 3, 1996

Kutzer, Daphne M. "The Cartography of Passion: Cixous, Wittig and Winterson." Re-Naming the Landscape. eds. Jürgen Kleist; Butterfield, Bruce A. eds. New York, 1994. 133-145.

Lainsbury, G. P. "Hubris and the Young Author: The Problem of the Introduction to Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit." Notes on Contemporary Literature 22 (1992): 2-3.

Langland, Elizabeth. "Sexing the Text: Narrative Drag as Feminist Poetics and Politics in Jeanette Winterson's Sexing the Cherry." Narrative 5 (1997): 99-107.

Lee, Alison. "Bending the Arrow of Time: The Continuing Postmodern Present." Historicité et Metafiction dans le Roman Contemporain de Iles Britanniques. ed. Max Duperray. Aix-en-Provence, 1994.

Lozano, María. " ‘How you cuddle in the dark governs how you see the history of the world’: A note on some obsessions in recent British fiction.". Telling Histories: Narrativizing History, Historicizing Literature.ed. S. Onega. Amsterdam, Atlanta, 1995. 117-134.

Maassen, Irmgard. "Fantasy und Feminismus: Jeanette Wintersons Romane und die weibliche Postmoderne." Hard Times 50 (1993): 56-62.

Moore, Lisa. "Teledildonics: Virtual Lesbians in the Fiction of Jeanette Winterson." Sexy Bodies: The Strange Carnalities of Feminism. eds. Elizabeth Grosz; Probyn, Elsbeth. London, 1995. 104-127.

Nunn, Heather. "Written on the Body: an anatomy of horror, melancholy and love." Women: a cultural review 7 (1996): 16-27.

Nünning, Ansgar. "Feministisches Umschreiben der Geschichte durch experimentelle Erzählstrukturen: Jeanette Wintersons Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, The Passion, und Sexing the Cherry." Von historischer Fiktion zu historiographischer Metafiktion. Bd. 2. Ansgar Nünning. Trier, 1995. 131-142.

Onega, Susana. " ‘I’m Telling You Stories. Trust Me’: History/Story-Telling in Jeanette Winterson’s Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit." Telling Histories: Narrativizing History, Historicizing Literature. ed. S. Onega. Amsterdam, Atlanta, 1995. 135-147.

Onega, Susana. "Jeanette Winterson’s Politics of Uncertainty in Sexing the Cherry." Gender Ideology: Essays on Theory, Fiction and Film. eds. Chantal Cornut-Gentille D’Arcy; Jose Angel Carcia Landa. Amsterdam, 1996. 297-313.

O’Rourke, R. "Fingers in the Fruit Basket: A Feminist Reading of Jeanette Winterson’s Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit." Feminist Criticism: Theory and Practice. ed. S. Sellers. New York, 1991. 57-69.

Palmer, Paulina. Contemporary Lesbian Writing: Dreams, Desire, Difference. Buckingham, 1993.

Pearce, Lynne. "Dialogics and Gender: Gendering the Chronotype - Sexing the Cherry." Reading Dialogics. Lynne Pearce. London, 1994. 173-185.

Pressler, Christopher. So Far, So Linear: Responses to the Work of Jeanette Winterson. London, 1997.

Quadflieg, Helga. "Feminist Stories Told on Waste Waters: Jeanette Winterson‘s Novels." anglistik & englischunterricht 60 (1997): 97-111.

Regnier, Christine. "L'Art paradoxal de Jeanette Winterson." Etudes Anglaises. 50 (1997):183-94.

Schmid, Susanne. Jungfrau und Monster: Frauenmythen im englischen Roman der Gegenwart. Berlin, 1996.

Schutte, Xandra. "Een reiziger komt aan in de Steden van het Innerlijk: Liefde, taal en Androgynie in de romans van Jeanette Winterson." Homologie 15 (1993): 4-7.

Seaboyer, Judith. "Second Death in Venice: Romanticism and the Compulsion to Repeat in Jeanette Winterson’s The Passion." Contemporary Literature 38 (1997): 483-509.

Stevens, Christy R. "Imaginating Deregulated Desire: Written On the Body's Revolutionary Reconstruction of Gender and Sexuality" San Diego State University. http://www.ags.uci.edu/~clcwegsa/revolutions/Stevens.htm

Stowers, Cath. "Journeying with Jeanette: Transgressive Travels in Winterson’s Fiction." (Hetero)sexual Politics. ed. Mary Maynard; Purvis, June. London, 1995. 139-159.

Stowers, Cath. "No Legitimate Place, No Land, No Fatherland: Communities of Women in the Fiction of Roberts and Winterson." Critical Survey 8 (1996): 69-79.

Suleiman, S. R. "Mothers and the Avant-Garde: A Case of Mistaken Identity?" Femmes, Frauen, Women. ed. Francoise Rossum-Guyon. Amsterdam, 1990. 135-146.

Swanson, Diana L. "Playing in Jeanette Wintersons The Poetics of Sex: Rescuing Words for Lesbians." Lit: Literature Interpretation Theory 7 (1997): 325-137.

Woods, Tim; Grice, Helena, eds. "I’m telling you stories" Jeanette Winterson and the Politics of Reading. Amsterdam, Atlanta, 1998.

(Contents: List of Abbreviations. Helena Grice and Tim Woods: Read ing Jeanette Winterson Writing. PART I: THE POLITICS OF READING AND WRITING. Tess Cosslett: Intertextuality in Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit: The Bible, Mallory, and Jane Eyre. Lynne Pearce: The Emotional Politics of Reading Winterson. Ute Kauer: Narration and Gender: The Role of the First-Person Narrator in Written on the Body. Lyn Pykett: A New Way With Words?: Jeanette Winterson's Post-Modernism. Scott Wilson: Passion at the End of History. PART II: SEXING THE TEXT. Patricia Duncker: Jeanette Winterson and the Lesbian Body. Cath Stowers: The Erupting Lesbian Body: Reading Written on the Body as a Lesbian Text. Paulina Palmer: The Passion: Storytelling, Fantasy, Desire. Helena Grice and Tim Woods: Grand (Dis)Unified Theories? Dislocated Discourses in Gut Symmetries. Notes on Contributors. Select Bibliography. Index.)

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c) Articles and Interviews

Anshaw, Carol. "Into the Mystic: Jeanette Winterson’s Fable Manners." Village Voice Literary Supplement 86 (1990) 16-17.

Barr, Helen. "Face to Face: A Conversation between Jeanette Winterson and Helen Barr." The English Review. 2 (1991): 30-33.

Campbell, Bea. "The Naked Novelist.". Diva Dec./Jan. 1996/97: 17-18.

Constantine, Lynne M.; Scott, Suzanne. "Belles Lettres interview (Jeanette Winterson)." Belles Lettres 5 (1990): 24-26.

Dougary, Ginny. "Truth or Dare." The Times Magazine January 4, 1997: 9-11.

Gerrard, Nicci "The Ultimate self-produced Woman." Observer June 5, 1994.

Gerrad, Nicci "Cold Blast of Winterson at the Door." Observer July 3, 1994.

Marvel, Mark. "Winterson: Trust Me. I’m Telling You Stories." Interview 20 (1990): 165-168.

Messud, Claire "The Body Politic." (Interview)Guardian August 26, 1992.

Philips, Deborah "Unleashed Passions." (Interview) City Limits September 7, 1989.

Pickering, Paul "Passionate About Life." (Interview) Sunday Times June 7, 1987.

Rocco, Fiametta. "Winterson’s Discontent." Vanity Fair Feb. 1995: 112-15, 148-49.

Rustad, Sverre "Wintersons historie(r)." Vinduet. January, 1995.

Selway, Jennifer "Tasting the Sweet Fruits of Success." (Interview) Observer September 3, 1989.

Stewart, Lucretia. "No, no Jeanette." Harper’s Bazaar Feb. 1993: 74-76.

Thomson, Alice "Passionate Apostle for the Lexicon of Love." (Interview) Times August 26, 1992.

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d) Reviews

The Passion

Lodge, David. "Outrageous Things: The Passion by Jeanette Winterson." The New York Review of Books Sept. 29, 1988: 25-26.

Spark, Muriel. "A Winterson Tale." Vanity Fair May 1988: 54-58.

Sexing the Cherry

Birch, Dinah. "Looking for Magic." London Review of Books 11,17 (Sept. 14, 1990): 19.

Brown, Rosellen. "Fertile Imagination." Women’s Review of Books 7 (1990): 9-10.

Gorra, Michael. "Gender Games in Restoration London." New York Times Book Review Apr. 29, 1990: 24.

Innes, Charlotte. "Rich Imaginings." Nation 251,2 (July 9, 1990): 64-65.

Mackay, Shena. "The Exotic Fruits of Time." Times Literary Supplement Sept. 15-21, 1989: 1006.

Written on the Body

Hoffert, Barbara. Library Journal 118,3 (Febr. 15, 1993): 195.

Koenig, Rhoda. "Books." New York 26,4 (January 25, 1993): 61.

Smith, Joan. "Grazed Anatomy." The Independent on Sunday July 12, 1992.

Miner, Valerie. "At Her Wit’s End." The Women’s Review of Books April 1990.

Art and Lies

Hand, Elizabeth. Book World March 19, 1995: 2.

Hensher, Philip. "Sappho’s Mate." Guardian July 5, 1994.

Kemp, Peter. "Writing for a Fall." Sunday Times Books June 26, 1994: 71a.

Pritchard, William H. New York Times Book Review March 26, 1995: 14-15.

Unsworth, Tania."Contempt and Condescension" Boston Book Review

Wood, James. "Beware of Shallowness." London Review of Books. July 1994: 9.

Art Objects

Baudoin, Patsy."Energies to the Contrary" Boston Book Review

Savioni, Mario.Review Ed’s Internet Book Review

Gut Symmetries

A review from the Net Net.

Barnacle, Hugo."No, no, Jeanette." The Sunday Times Jan. 5, 1997.

Bawer, Bruce. "Sexing the Cosmos." The New York Times Book Review May, 11, 1997: 17.

Charlton, Liza. The Sunday Telegraph. Jan. 5, 1997.

Hensher, Philip.The Mail on Sunday. Jan. 5, 1997.

Roberts, Michele. Independent on Sunday. Jan. 5, 1997.

The World and Other Places

Oates, Joyce Carol. "Deep in the Forest of Aeros" Times Literary Supplement June, 26, 1998: 26.

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(S. Webel, last updated April 4, 2000)

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