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"I HAVE ACCESS TO YOUR GLOTTIS": The Fleshy Syntax, Ethical Irony, and Queer Intimacy of Monique Wittig's Le corps lesbien

"I HAVE ACCESS TO YOUR GLOTTIS": The Fleshy Syntax, Ethical Irony, and Queer Intimacy of Monique... “I Have access to Your GlottIs” the Fleshy syntax, ethical Irony, and Queer Intimacy of Monique Wittig’s le corps lesbien Seth Clark Silberman As always happens, when something new appears, it is immediately interpreted and turned into its opposite. — Monique Wittig, “The Point of View: Universal or Particular?” EigHTEEN MoNTHs bEforE MoNiqUE WiTTig, HErE iN WHAT is NoT qUiTE A rooM, WiTH HosPiTAl PriVAcy cUrTAiNs AND grAcioUs DEVicEs. M/y MoTHEr’s soN HolDs AN oEDEMATic HAND MorE PorcElAiN NoW THAN PiNk, sWollEN bEyoND THE oNE THAT rUbs M/y yoUNgEr scAlP AslEEP, PArTs M/y THEN-bloND HAir. NEAr M/E sTANDs NoT A groUP of AMAzoNs UNAblE To bEAr sEEiNg MoM Like this bUT A WiTNEss To HEr birTH, AN UNclE of HErs WHo is HErE NoW iN scoTTsDAlE. soME VAcATioN AlrEADy PlANNED. i AM NoT sUrE HoW HE fiNDs Us. HEr soN siTs WHilE THE ExEcUTor of HEr EsTATE WAiTs. soMEoNE sToPs THE lifE sUPPorT THAT i sTArT WHEN sHE figHTs THE HEPATic coMA. sETH sEEs THE cHArTs, AgrEEs, sMilEs WHEN sHE AWAkEs froM sUrgEry. THAT EsoPHAgUs TUMor is goNE. i Love you, WE sAy so sHE cAN rEsT. THAT NigHT, A blooD cloT TAkEs cHEryl’s coNscioUsNEss. sETH coNsENTs To http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies Duke University Press

"I HAVE ACCESS TO YOUR GLOTTIS": The Fleshy Syntax, Ethical Irony, and Queer Intimacy of Monique Wittig's Le corps lesbien

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Duke University Press
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© 2007 by Duke University Press
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1064-2684
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10.1215/10642684-2007-003
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Abstract

“I Have access to Your GlottIs” the Fleshy syntax, ethical Irony, and Queer Intimacy of Monique Wittig’s le corps lesbien Seth Clark Silberman As always happens, when something new appears, it is immediately interpreted and turned into its opposite. — Monique Wittig, “The Point of View: Universal or Particular?” EigHTEEN MoNTHs bEforE MoNiqUE WiTTig, HErE iN WHAT is NoT qUiTE A rooM, WiTH HosPiTAl PriVAcy cUrTAiNs AND grAcioUs DEVicEs. M/y MoTHEr’s soN HolDs AN oEDEMATic HAND MorE PorcElAiN NoW THAN PiNk, sWollEN bEyoND THE oNE THAT rUbs M/y yoUNgEr scAlP AslEEP, PArTs M/y THEN-bloND HAir. NEAr M/E sTANDs NoT A groUP of AMAzoNs UNAblE To bEAr sEEiNg MoM Like this bUT A WiTNEss To HEr birTH, AN UNclE of HErs WHo is HErE NoW iN scoTTsDAlE. soME VAcATioN AlrEADy PlANNED. i AM NoT sUrE HoW HE fiNDs Us. HEr soN siTs WHilE THE ExEcUTor of HEr EsTATE WAiTs. soMEoNE sToPs THE lifE sUPPorT THAT i sTArT WHEN sHE figHTs THE HEPATic coMA. sETH sEEs THE cHArTs, AgrEEs, sMilEs WHEN sHE AWAkEs froM sUrgEry. THAT EsoPHAgUs TUMor is goNE. i Love you, WE sAy so sHE cAN rEsT. THAT NigHT, A blooD cloT TAkEs cHEryl’s coNscioUsNEss. sETH coNsENTs To

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GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay StudiesDuke University Press

Published: Jan 1, 2007

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