A Christine Brooke-Rose Bibliography

C. Brooke-Rose

XBR by Alexa Brunet / Transit

The Guardian obituary of Christine Brooke-Rose is still the best introduction, I think. It talks about the “marvellously playful and difficult novelist Christine Brooke-Rose”. She was a literary critic, an essayist, a novelist, a teacher who lived mainly in the UK and France.
Her books are published mainly by Carcanet.
Christine Brooke-Rose society was launched in 2015 but so far it has a very light footprint online.

You can download this bibliography as a .RIS file

Auerbach, David. “Xorandor by Christine Brooke-Rose.” Waggish, 2015, http://www.waggish.org/2011/xorandor-by-christine-brooke-rose/.
Bartha, Noemi-Alice. “Betweenness or an Interstitial Search for a Self.” Language and Literature : European Landmarks of Identity, vol. 8, 2011, pp. 463–468.
Berressem, Hanjo. “Thru the Looking Glass: A Journey into the Universe of Discourse.” Review of Contemporary Fiction, vol. 9, no. 3, 1989, pp. 128–33.
---, editors. “[Unkown].” Near Encounters: Festschrift for Richard Martin, P. Lang, 1995.
Birch, Sarah. Christine Brooke-Rose and Contemporary Fiction. Clarendon Press; Oxford University Press, 1994.
---. Christine Brooke-Rose and Post-War Writing in France. University of Oxford, Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages and Literature, 1991.
Boncza-Tomaszewski, Tom. “Christine Brooke-Rose: The Texterminator, an Interview.” The Independent on Sunday, 27 Mar. 2005.
Brooke-Rose, Christine. “A for But: ‘The Custom House’ in Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter.” Word and Image, vol. 3, no. 2, 1987, pp. 143–55.
---. A Grammar of Metaphor. Secker & Warburg, 1958.
---. A Novel Theory. 16 Nov. 1970.
---. A Rhetoric of the Unreal: Studies in Narrative and Structure, Especially of the Fantastic. Cambridge University Press, 1981.
---. A Structural Analysis of Pound’s Usura Canto : Jacobson’s Method Extended and Applied to Free Verse. Mouton, 1976.
---. A Writer’s Constraints: James Bryce Memorial Lecture, Delivered in the Wolfson Hall, Somerville College on Tuesday, 2 March 1993. Somerville College, 1993.
---. A ZBC of Ezra Pound. University of California Press, 1971.
---. Amalgamemnon. Carcanet, 1984.
---. “Anatomy of Originophobia.” The Times Literary Supplement, May 1961.
---. Between. M. Joseph, 1968.
---. Bookmark 16: The Yorshire Ripper, Melvyn Bragg, Christine Brooke-Rose. 7 May 1987.
---. “Buzzards, Bloody Owls and One Hawk.” London Magazine, Sept. 1961, pp. 76–80.
---. “Cheng Ming Chi’i’d’.” PN Review, vol. 13, no. 5, 1987, pp. 29–37.
---. Christine Brooke-Rose in Conversation with Nicholas Tredell. Sept. 1990.
---. “Claude Lévi-Strauss: A New Multi-Dimensional Way of Thinking.” The Times, 2 Mar. 1968.
---. “Diary.” London Review of Books, May 1990, p. 25.
---. “Dynamic Gradients.” London Magazine, Dec. 1965, pp. 89–96.
---. Ecrire Du Roman, Aujourd’hui. Presses universitaires de Lille, 1984.
---. “Eximplosions.” Genre, vol. 14, no. 11, 1982, pp. 9–21.
---. “Exsul.” Poetics Today, vol. 17, no. 3, Oct. 1996, pp. 289–303.
---. “Ezra Pound.” Littérature De Notre Temps. Écrivains Américains / Recueil 1, Casterman, 1973.
---. “Feeding Mind.” The Times Literary Supplement, July 1960.
---. “Fiction, Figment, Feindre.” Fabula, no. 3, 1984, pp. 121–32.
---. “French Fiction: The Long Revolution.” The Times, 3 Aug. 1968.
---. “George and the Seraph.” Voices 2, M. Joseph, 1965.
---. Global Wordcrunching. 9 Mar. 1990.
---. Go When You See the Green Man Walking. M. Joseph, 1970.
---. Gold: A Poem. Hand and Flower Press, 1954.
---. “His Name in the Record.” The Times Literary Supplement, June 1960.
---. “His Name in the Record.” The Modern Movement: A TLS Companion, edited by John Gross, The University of Chicago Press, 1993.
---. “Histoire Palimpseste.” Interprétation et Surinterprétation, Presses universitaires de France, 1996.
---. “Historical Genres/Theoretical Genres: A Discussion of Todorov on the Fantastic.” New Literary History, vol. 8, no. 1, Oct. 1976, pp. 145–158.
---. “How Far de Lonh?” The Times Literary Supplement, 14 Apr. 1966.
---. ICA Talks - Christine Brooke-Rose and A. S. Byatt, in Conversation. 9 Sept. 1986, http://sounds.bl.uk/Arts-literature-and-performance/ICA-talks/024M-C0095X0233XX-0100V0.
---. “Id Is, Is Id?” Discourse in Psychoanalysis and Literature, Methuen, 1987.
---. “Ill Locations.” Review of Contemporary Fiction, vol. 8, no. 3, 1988, pp. 67–81.
---. “Ill Locutions.” Narrative in Culture: The Uses of Storytelling in the Sciences, Philosophy, and Literature, Routledge, 1990.
---. “Ill Logics of Irony.” New Essays on The Red BAdge of Courage, Cambridge University Press, 1986, pp. 129–46.
---. “Ill Wit and Good Humour: Women’s Comedy and the Canon.” Comparative Criticism, Cambridge University Press, 1989.
---. “Ill Wit and Sick Tragedy : Jude the Obscure.” Alternative Hardy, Macmillan, 1989.
---. “Illicitations.” Review of Contemporary Fiction, vol. 9, no. 3, 1989, pp. 101–109.
---. “Illiterations.” Breaking the Sequence, Princeton University Press, 1992, pp. 55–71.
---. “Illiterazioni.” Letteratura e Femminismi: Teorie Della Critica in Area Inglese e Americana, 1. ed. italiana, Liguori, 2000.
---. “Illusions of Parody.” Amerikastudien, American Studies, vol. 30, no. 2, 1985, pp. 225–233.
---. “Imitations Are Proof of New Writing’s Power.” The Times, 31 May 1977.
---. Introduction to “In Transit: An Heroi-Cyclic Novel” by Brigid Brophy. 1st Dalkey Archive ed, Dalkey Archive Press, 2002.
---. Invisible Author : Last Essays. Ohio State University Press, 2002.
---. Kärlekens språk [The Languages of Love]. Translated by Hillevi Blomberg, Sven-Erik Berghs Bokförlag, 1958.
---. “La Dévaluation Du Livre.” Le Monde, 24 Jan. 1968.
---. “La Syntaxe et Le Symbolisme Dans La Poésie de Hopkins.” Europe, vol. 25, no. 17, 1947, pp. 30–9.
---. “Lady Precious Stream.” London Magazine, June 1964, pp. 80–6.
---. “Lay Me by Aurelie : An Examination of Pound’s Use of Historical and Semi-Historical Sources.” New Approaches to Ezra Pound: A Co-Ordinated Investigation of Pound’s Poetry and Ideas, edited by Eva Hesse, University of California Press, 1969.
---. Le membre fantôme. Translated by Bernard Hoepffner, Cent pages, 1990.
---. “Lettres d’Angleterre.” Nouvelle Revue Française, June 1967.
---. Life, End Of. Carcanet, 2006.
---. “L’imagination Baroque de Robbe-Grillet.” Revue Des Lettres Modernes, edited by Barbara Bray and John Herbert Matthews, no. 94–99, 1964, pp. 129–152.
---. “Making It New.” Observer, 2 Oct. 1966.
---. “Medium Loser. Small Winner.” A Coin Has Two Sides: A Collection of Double Stories on the Theme of Love, Cassell, 1967.
---. “Metaphor in Paradise Lost: A Grammatical Analysis.” Language and Style in Milton: A Symposium in Honor of the Tercentenary of Paradise Lost, edited by John T. Shawcross and Ronald David Emma, Frederick Ungar, 1967, pp. 253–303.
---. “Mood of the Month - XI.” London Magazine, Sept. 1959, pp. 45–50.
---. “Mourning.” Truth, vol. 1, no. 386, Dec. 1957.
---. News of the Day Programme Four: Lorna Sage Talks to Christine Brooke-Rose. 9 Jan. 1990.
---. Next. Carcanet, 1998.
---. “Notes on the Metre of Auden’s ‘The Age of Anxiety.’” Essays in Criticism, vol. XIII, 1963, pp. 253–264.
---. “On Terms.” The Fourth Ghost Book, Barrie & Rockliff, 1965.
---. “Once Upon a Time.” Truth, no. 479, Apr. 1956.
---. Out. M. Joseph, 1964.
---. “Out of the Past.” Spectator, 12 June 1964.
---. Out’s Out - It’s In to Be Anti. 7 Nov. 1964.
---. “Palimprestes en paragrammes : une phrase narrative bien cachée.” Caliban, no. 22, 1985, pp. 87–99.
---. “Palimpsest History.” Interpretation and Over-Interpretation, Cambridge University Press, 1992, pp. 125–38.
---. “Paris Letter: All the City’s a Stage.” Spectator, 24 July 1976.
---. “Paris Letter: Dramatics.” Spectator, 28 Feb. 1976.
---. “Paris Letter: Ganging Up.” Spectator, 27 Mar. 1976.
---. “Paris Letter: Le Pop.” Spectator, 12 June 1976.
---. “Paris Letter: Tricolore Tape.” Spectator, 22 May 1976.
---. “Piers Plowman in the Modern Wasteland.” Ezra Pound Perspectives: Essays in Honor of His Eightieth Birthday, H. Regnery Co, 1965.
---. “PN Review Online - Remaking - Christine Brooke-Rose - PN Review 113.” PN Review, vol. 23, no. 3, 1997, http://www.pnreview.co.uk/cgi-bin/scribe?item_id=909.
---. “Problématique de La Réception.” Revue Française Des Études Américaines, Nov. 1986, pp. 393–8.
---. “Quelques Remarques d’ouverture (Pour Placer Le Débat Critique Dans Un Contexte Historique).” Théorie de La Littérature et Enseignement: Colloque Des 26 et 27 Avril 1980, [Paris VIII/British Council], edited by Renaud Zuppinger, Service de la Recherche de l’Université de Paris VIII, 1981.
---. Reclaim the Brain. 1990.
---. “Red Rubber Gloves.” Tales of Unease, Pan Books, 1966.
---. Remake. Carcanet, 1996.
---. “Responses.” Truth, vol. 1, no. 196, Oct. 1957.
---. “Return from Avilion.” The Times Literary Supplement, Dec. 1959.
---. “Round and Round the Jakobson Diagram: A Survey.” Hebrew University Studies in Literature, vol. 8, no. 2, 1980, pp. 153–82.
---. “Samuel Beckett and the Anti-Novel.” London Magazine, Dec. 1958, pp. 38–46.
---. “Self-Confrontation and the Writer.” New Literary History, vol. 9, no. 1, 1977, pp. 129–36.
---. “Southey Ends His Song.” The Times Literary Supplement, Apr. 1960.
---. “Stories, Theories, and Things.” New Literary History, vol. 21, no. 1, Oct. 1989, pp. 121–131.
---. Stories, Theories, and Things. Cambridge University Press, 1991.
---. Subscript. Carcanet, 1999.
---. Such. M. Joseph, 1966.
---. Textermination : A Novel. New Directions Books, 1992.
---. “The American Literary Scene: Writers in Search of a Community.” Observer, 30 Apr. 1961, p. 28.
---. The Christine Brooke-Rose Omnibus: Four Novels. Carcanet, 1986.
---. “The Concept of Ambiguity - The Example of James by Shlomith Rimmon.” Poetics Today, vol. 1, no. 1/2, Oct. 1979, pp. 397–402.
---. “The Critic’s Eye.” The Times Literary Supplement, Mar. 1959.
---. The Dear Deceit : A Novel. Secker & Warburg, 1960.
---. “The Dissolution of Character in the Novel.” Reconstructing Individualism : Autonomy, Individuality, and the Self in Western Thought, Stanford University Press, 1986.
---. “The Evil Ring: Realism and the Marvelous.” Poetics Today, vol. 1, no. 4, July 1980, pp. 67–90.
---. “The Five Senses.” Whidow, no. 9, 1956, pp. 20–21.
---. “The Foot.” The Unlikely Ghosts: A Collection of Twelve Ghost Stories, Cassell, 1967.
---. “The Isle of Reil.” Botteghe Oscure, no. 21, 1958, pp. 101–5.
---. The Languages of Love. Secker & Warburg, 1957.
---. The Languages of Love. VerbivoraciousPress, 2014.
---. “The Lunatic Fringe.” The Times Literary Supplement, Aug. 1956.
---. “The Mickiewicz Centenary.” Tablet, Nov. 1955.
---. The Middlemen: A Satire. Secker & Warburg, 1961.
---. “The Readerhood of Man.” The Reader in the Text: Essays in Audience and Interpretation, Princeton University Press, 1980, pp. 120–48.
---. The Snow Goose and Other Stories. Longman, 1987.
---. “The Squirm of the True I: An Essay in Non-Methodology.” Poetics and Theory of Literature, vol. 1, no. 2, 1976, pp. 265–94.
---. “The Squirm of the True II: The Long Glasses.” Poetics and Theory of Literature, vol. 1, no. 3, 1976, pp. 513–46.
---. “The Squirm of the True III: Surface Structure in Narrative.” Poetics and Theory of Literature, vol. 2, no. 3, 1977, pp. 517–62.
---. The Sycamore Tree. Norton, 1959.
---. “The Symbolic Rose by Barbara Seward.” The Modern Language Review, vol. 56, no. 2, Apr. 1961, p. 235.
---. “The Troglodyte.” Voices, M. Joseph, 1963.
---. The Use of Metaphor in Some Old French and Middle English Lyrics and Romances. University College London, 1955.
---. “The Vanishing Author.” Observer, 12 Feb. 1961, p. 26.
---. “The Voice of Eternity.” The Times Literary Supplement, June 1955.
---. “The World A Catechumen.” Botteghe Oscure, no. 19, 1958, pp. 123–33.
---. “Théorie Des Genres: La Science-Fiction.” Poétique(s): Domaine Anglais, Presses Universitaires de Lyon, 1983.
---. Thru. H. Hamilton, 1975.
---. “To My Mother, Taking the Veil.” London Magazine, no. 61, Jan. 1963.
---. “Today the Acupuncturist.” The Times Literary Supplement, Jan. 1963.
---. Tra: romanzo. Translated by Massimo Ferretti, Feltrinelli, 1971.
---. “Transgressions: An Essay-Say on the Novel Novel Novel.” Contemporary Literature, vol. 19, no. 3, July 1978, pp. 378–407.
---. “Un Poème Sur Tout.” Quinzaine Littéraire, vol. 16, no. 31, May 1986, pp. 5–6.
---. “[Unknown].” The Tiger Garden: A Book of Writers’ Dreams, Serpent’s Tail, 1996.
---. Verbivore. Carcanet, 1990.
---. “Viewpoint.” The Times Literary Supplement, June 1973.
---. “Whatever Happened to Narratology?” Poetics Today, vol. 11, no. 2, July 1990, pp. 283–293.
---. “Where Do We Go From Here?” Granta, no. 3, 1980, pp. 161–88.
---. “Where Have All the Lovers Gone?” London Magazine, June 1964, pp. 80–6.
---. “Woman as a Semiotic Object.” Poetics Today, vol. 6, no. 1/2, Jan. 1985, pp. 9–20.
---. Woman’s Hour. 25 Sept. 1984.
---. Writer out on a Limb. 17 Apr. 1965.
---. Xorandor. Carcanet, 1986.
---. Xorandor. Translated by Bernard Hoepffner, Cent pages, 1989.
Brooke-Rose, Christine, and Joseph Andrew Darlington. The Dear Deceit. VerbivoraciousPress, 2014.
Brooke-Rose, Christine, and Nicolas Tredell. Xorandor/Verbivore. VerbivoraciousPress, 2014.
Brooke-Rose, Christine, and Joanna Walsh. Go When You See the Green Man Walking. Verbivoraciouspress, 2014.
Cambiaghi, Mara. “Christine Brooke-Rose’s Routes of Belonging : Remake.” SPELL : Swiss Papers in English Language and Literature, vol. 19, 2007.
Canepari-Labib, Michela. “The Deconstruction of Racial Identity in Christine Brooke-Rose’s Out.” Annuli Anglistica, vol. 4, no. 1, 2000, pp. 161–189.
---. Word-Worlds Language, Identity and Reality in the Work of Christine Brooke-Rose. P. Lang, 2002. Open WorldCat, http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&scope=site&db=nlebk&db=nlabk&AN=151566.
Carpi, Daniela. L’ansia Della Scrittura: Parola e Silenzio Nella Narrativa Inglese Contemporanea. 1. ed, Liguori, 1995.
Caserio, Robert L. “Mobility and Masochism: Christine Brooke-Rose and J. G. Ballard.” Novel: A Forum on Fiction, vol. 21, no. 2/3, Jan. 1988, pp. 292–310.
Darlington, Joseph. “The Composition of Christine Brooke-Rose’s Thru: An Afterlife of May ’68.” Journal of European Studies, vol. 45, no. 1, Mar. 2015, pp. 49–64.
Del Sapio Garbero, Maria. “A Conversation with Christine Brooke-Rose.” British Postmodern Fiction, edited by Theo D’Haen and Hans Bertens, Rodopi B.V., 1993.
---. “Between the Frontiers: Polyglottism and Female Definitions of Self in Christine Brooke-Rose.” Liminal Postmodernisms: The Postmodern, the (Post-)Colonial, and the (Post-)Feminist, edited by Hans Bertens and Theo D’Haen, Rodopi B.V., 1994.
---. L’assenza e la voce: scena e intreccio della scrittura in Christina Rossetti, May Sinclair e Christine Brooke-Rose. Liguori, 1991.
---. “The Fictionality of Fiction: Christine Brooke-Rose’s Sense of Absence.” British Postmodern Fiction, edited by Theo D’Haen and Hans Bertens, Rodopi B.V., 1993.
Egger-Gajardo, Stephanie. Das Prinzip Unentrinnbarkeit: Heteronormativität in Werken von Angela Carter und Christine Brooke-Rose. Königshausen & Neumann, 2008.
Ferris, Natalie. “Christine Brooke-Rose: The Great British Experimentalist You’ve Never Heard of.” The Guardian, 23 Mar. 2012, http://www.theguardian.com/books/2012/mar/23/christine-brooke-rose.
Forester, G. N., and M. J. Nicholls. Verbivoracious Festschrift Volume One: Christine Brooke-Rose. Verbivoraciouspress, 2014.
Frank, Kerstin. Die Erneuerung des Romans im Zeichen postmoderner Realitätsauffassung: Sinnstiftung und Sinnzerstörung in Christine Brooke-Roses Werk. WVT Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2008.
Friedman, Ellen G. “Utterly Other Discourses: The Anticanon of Experimental Women Writers from Dorothy Richardson to Christine Brooke-Rose.” Modern Fiction Studies, vol. 34, no. 3, 1988.
Friedman, Ellen G., and Miriam Fuchs. “A Conversation with Christine Brooke-Rose By Ellen G. Friedman and Miriam Fuchs | Dalkey Archive Press.” The Review of Contemporary Fiction, vol. 9, no. 3, Fall 1989, https://www.dalkeyarchive.com/a-conversation-with-christine-brooke-rose-by-ellen-g-friedman-and-miriam-fuchs/.
Friedman, Ellen G., and Richard Martin. Utterly Other Discourse: The Texts of Christine Brooke-Rose. Dalkey Archive Press, 1995.
Garrido Gallardo, Miguel Ángel, et al., editors. Teoría de Los Géneros Literarios. Arco/Libros, 1988.
Gortman, Alex. “On Christine Brooke-Rose.” Book Forum, 19 June 2015, http://www.bookforum.com/pubdates/14718.
Goytisolo, Juan. Children of Chaos. Translated by Christine Brooke-Rose, Macgibbon & Kee, 1958.
Grech, Marija. “De-Gen(d)Eration: Writing Thru the Seriously Playful.” Word and Text, vol. 1, no. 2, 2011, pp. 91–100.
Hawkins, Susan E. “Innovation/History/Politics: Reading Christine Brooke-Rose’s ‘Amalgamemnon.’” Contemporary Literature, vol. 32, no. 1, Apr. 1991, pp. 58–74.
Hayman, David, et al. “An Interview with Christine Brooke-Rose.” Contemporary Literature, vol. 17, no. 1, Jan. 1976, pp. 1–23.
Heise, Ursula K. “Effects Predicts Cause. Brooke-Rose’s Out.” Chronoschisms: Time, Narrative, and Postmodernism, Cambridge University Press, 1997, pp. 219–255.
Hitchcock, Victor Paul. The Politics of Experimentalism in the Fiction of Alain Robbe-Grillet, Christine Brooke-Rose, and Wilson Harris. 1997.
Jeffries, Stuart. “Christine Brooke-Rose Obituary.” The Guardian, 23 Mar. 2012, http://www.theguardian.com/books/2012/mar/23/christine-brooke-rose1.
Kafalenos, Emma. “Textasy: Christine Brooke-Rose’s Thru.” International Fiction Review, vol. 7, no. 1, 1980.
Kermode, Frank. “Flinch Wince Jerk Shirk.” London Review of Books, 6 Apr. 2006, p. 17.
Lawrence, Karen. “Postmodern ‘Vessels of Conception’: Brooke-Rose and Brophy.” Penelope Voyages: Women and Travel in the British Literary Tradition, Cornell University Press, 1994.
Lawrence, Karen R. Techniques for Living: Fiction and Theory in the Work of Christine Brooke-Rose. 2 edition, Ohio State University Press, 2010.
---. “Who Could Have Read the Signs? Politics and Prediction in Gertrude Stein’s ‘Mrs. Reynolds’ and Christine Brooke-Rose’s ‘Amalgamemnon.’” Western Humanities Review, vol. 59, no. 2, FAL 2005, pp. 18–38.
Lecercle, Jean-Jacques. “Une lecture d’Amalgamemnon, de Christine Brooke-Rose.” Tropisms, no. 5, 1991.
Lennon, Brian. In Babel’s Shadow: Multilingual Literatures, Monolingual States. University of Minnesota Press, 2010.
Little, Judy. “Amalgamemnon and the Politics of Narrative.” Review of Contemporary Fiction, vol. 9, Fall 1989.
---. “Humoring the Sentence: Women’s Dialogic Comedy.” Women’s Comic Visions, Wayne State University Press, 1991.
---. The Experimental Self: Dialogic Subjectivity in Woolf, Pym, and Brooke-Rose. Southern Illinois University Press, 1996.
Martin, Richard. “Just Words on a Page: The Novels of Christine Brooke-Rose.” Review of Contemporary Fiction, vol. 9, no. 3, 1989, pp. 110–123.
---. “‘Stepping Stones into the Dark’: Redundancy and Generation in Christine Brooke-Rose’s Amalgamemnon.” Breaking the Sequence: Women’s Experimental Fiction, edited by Ellen G. Friedman and Miriam Fuchs, 1988, pp. 177–187.
McLaughlin, Brian Gerard. Structures of Identity a Reading of the Self-Provoking Fiction of Christine Brooke-Rose, Bryan Stanley Johnson, Eva Figes, and Paul West. 1981.
Miller, Tyrus. “Christine Brooke-Rose.” British Writers, edited by George Stade and Carol Howard, vol. Supplement IV, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1997, pp. 97–118.
Pestino, Joseph Francis. The Reader/Writer Affair: Instigating Repertoire in the Experimental Fiction of Susan Sontag, Walter Abish, Réjean Ducharme, Paul West, and Christine Brooke-Rose. Pennsylvania State University, 1986.
Peterkiewicz, Jerzy. In the Scales of Fate: An Autobiography. M. Boyars, 1993.
Rimmon-Kenan, Shlomith. A Glance beyond Doubt: Narration, Representation, Subjectivity. Ohio State Univ. Press, 1996.
---. “Ambiguity and Narrative Levels: Christine Brooke-Rose’s Thru.” Poetics Today, vol. 3, no. 1, Jan. 1982, pp. 21–32.
Robbe-Grillet, Alain. In the Labyrinth. Translated by Christine Brooke-Rose, Calder and Boyars, 1968.
Rose, Mark. “Reviewed Work: A Rhetoric of the Unreal: Studies in Narrative and Structure, Especially of the Fantastic by Christine Brooke-Rose.” Comparative Literature, vol. 36, no. 2, Spring 1984, pp. 169–171.
Sage, Lorna. Moments of Truth: Twelve Twentieth-Century Women Writers. Fourth Estate, 2001.
Sauvy, Alfred. Fertility and Survival: Population Problems from Malthus to Mao Tse Tung. Translated by Christine Brooke-Rose, Criterion Books, 1960.
Schopohl, Eva. “(De-)Constructing Translingual Identity. Interpreters as Literary Characters in Simultan by Ingeborg Bachmann and Between by Christine Brooke-Rose.” TRANS-, no. 6, 2008, http://trans.revues.org/283.
Seed, David. “Christine Brooke-Rose Interviewed.” Textual Practice, no. 7, Summer 1993.
Smith, Ali. “The Armchair, the World.” The Times Literary Supplement, Mar. 2006, pp. 21–22.
The Times Literary Supplement. TLS Voices: Christine Brooke-Rose. https://soundcloud.com/the-tls/christine-brooke-rose. Accessed 26 June 2015.
Vechinski, Matthew James. “Christine Brooke-Rose and the Science of Fiction: Rethinking Conceptual Writing and Artificial Intelligence in Xorandor.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction, vol. 57, no. 4, June 2016, pp. 448–463.
Vidaurre, Rodrigo. “‘Is There a Story? That’s Another Story.’ Reading Christine Brooke-Rose’s Out as an Indictment of Realism.” AAA-Arbeiten Aus Anglistik Une Amerikanistik, vol. 39, no. 1, 2014, pp. 21–41.
Walsh, Joanna. The Anti-Canon: Christine Brooke-Rose – an Algorithmic Appreciation. 31 Jan. 2014, http://www.influxpress.com/the-anti-canon-christine-brooke-rose-an-algorithmic-appreciation-by-joanna-walsh/.
White, Glyn. “‘You Are Here’: Reading and Representation in Christine Brooke-Rose’s Thru.” Poetics Today, vol. 23, no. 4, 2002, pp. 611–631.
Williamson, Andrew. “Invisible Author? Christine Brooke-Rose’s Absent Presence.” Contemporary Womens Writing, vol. 4, no. 1, Mar. 2010, pp. 55–72.
---. Literature’s Ghosts. Realism and Innovation in the Novels of Christine Brooke-Rose and A. S. Byatt. University of Queensland, 2008. Open WorldCat, http://espace.library.uq.edu.au/view/UQ:177169.