9. "French Feminism in an International Frame," Yale French Studies 62 (1981), 179. These lines have been cited by numerous feminist critics to underscore the need for a "particularist" or "relativist" approaches to the study of different cultures. See Elizabeth Abel, "Race, Class, Psychoanalysis? Opening Questions," in Conflicts in Feminism, edited by Hirsch and Keller, 197-99; Jane Gallop, "The Monster in the Mirror: The Feminist Critic's Psychoanalysis," in Feminism and Psychoanalysis, edited by Richard Feldstein and Judith Roof (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1989), 13-24; Jane Gallop, "Annie Leclerc Writing a Letter, with Vermeer," in The Poetics of Gender, edited by Nancy K. Miller (New York: Columbia University Press, 1986), 137-56; and Helena Michie, "Not One of the Family: The Repression of the Other Woman in Feminist Theory," in Discontented Discourses: Feminism/Textual Intervention/Psychoanalysis, edited by Marleen S. Barr and Richard Feldstein (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1989), 15-28.
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