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"Prose fiction has its dramatic moments." A critique of "Wide Sargasso Sea" by Jean Rhys
"Prose fiction has its dramatic moments." To attempt this question, I shall use specific examples from the Caribbean work of fiction, "Wide Sargasso Sea", which was written by Jean Rhys. I agree with this statement to a very large extent because all the incidents, which take place within the novel, are based upon themes of love, racism and personal relationships. These elements, when placed together in a novel, combine to make a very potent, interesting and essentially dramatic brew.
The above - mentioned novel…
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