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Bedient, Calvin. “How I Slugged It Out with Toril Moi and Stayed Awake.” Critical Inquiry 17, no. 3 (spring 1991): 644-49.

Bedient responds to Moi's criticism of an essay he wrote on Kristeva, defending his original positions.

Fallaize, Elizabeth. “De Beauvoir Embodied.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 5069 (26 May 2000): 31.

Fallaize evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of What Is a Woman?

Huffer, Lynne. Review of What Is a Woman?, by Toril Moi. SubStance 30, nos. 1-2 (2001): 262-66.

Huffer asserts the relevance of What Is a Woman? to contemporary feminist thought.

Nell, Little. “Used Books: Sexual/Textual Politics: Feminist Literary Theory, by Toril Moi.” Critical Quarterly 36, no. 2 (summer 1994): 115-19.

Nell discusses the hostile American academic response to Sexual/Textual Politics.

Thomas, Lyn. Review of Simone de Beauvoir, by Toril Moi. Feminist Review, no. 60 (autumn 1998): 105-08.

Thomas highlights the formal and academic contributions of Simone de Beauvoir, comparing its insights with Claire Duchen's Women's Rights and Women's Lives in France.

Additional coverage of Moi's life and career is contained in the following sources published by the Gale Group: Contemporary Authors, Vol. 154; Contemporary Authors New Revision Series, Vol. 102; Feminist Writers; and Literature Resource Center.

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