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by Jean Rhys

A modern reinvention of Jane Eyre. Won both the W. H. Smith Award and the Heinemann Award.

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Flight, Entrapment, and Madness in Jean Rhys’s Wide Sargasso Sea
The paper’s author aims “to read Wide Sargasso Sea as a text which deals with movement — with voyages and journeys — and with alienation. The influence of Foucault’s work will be evident. “
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Charles Sarvan
From: International Fiction Review 1999; 26 no. 1-2:58-65

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