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Macaskill, Brian and Jeanne Colleran. "Reading History, Writing Heresy: The Resistance of Representation and the Representation of Resistance in J.M. Coetzee's Foe." Contemporary Literature 33 (1992): 432-57.

This article is predominantly a poststructural writing but is also in line with the literary theories of Derrida, Lacan and feminism. Brian and Colleran site such authors as Derrida, Foucault, Barthes and Spivak whose ideas are developed and expanded on throughout the article as they relate to Coetzee's Foe. There are seven major issues or parts addressed in the article. Topography of Confession focuses on Coetzee's confession or self-referent responses in his texts. Internal Foes: Feminist Deconstruction discusses the deferred placement of meaning in Coetzee's female characters. Obstacles, Doubt and the Truth of Confession show how obstacles either were or were not overcome in the texts and the doubt found within and without the characters. Friday's Art is an analysis of the art we see from Friday that is not explained, and the meaning it offers. Resistance and Complicity discusses the power struggles inherent within the text. Resolution: Parodic, Political, Aesthetic, Actual focuses on how the resolutions bring closure, solutions and answers to the text or how they fail to do so. Finally, A Coda: In Collaboration identifies unifying factors throughout the text and several discourses found within.

Bishop, G. Scott. "J.M. Coetzee's Foe" A Culmination and a Solution to a Problem of White Identity." World Literature Today 64.1 (1990): 54-6.online.EBSCO. 15 Jan 1999. 1-5.

In this article, Bishop discusses several of the political situations that influence Coetzee's writing, especially in Foe. The article adopts a postcolonial way of looking at the work and the political and moral entanglements found throughout Foe. Bishop also focuses on the main use of language as a political tool. Throughout this article we are shown similarities within three of Coetzee's novels. They are "Life and Times of Michael K," "In the Heart of the Country" and "Foe." As with several other article on Foe, Derrida's ideas of deconstruction are applied to Bishop's analysis of the text. He also illustrates the development of "others" in the novel and how this relates to the relationship of privileged and unprivileged worlds. This relationship is then related to individuals of a society and how they in turn read the text. Bishop also highlights Coetzee's wonderful use of doubt in Foe and how that also effects the reading of the text.

[1]Cho, S. 2000. ‘Selflessness: Toward a Buddhist Vision of Social Justice’. Journal of Buddhist Ethics 7: 25-35.

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