"Wide Sargasso Sea" by Jean Rhys.
'There is always the other side, always.'
Antoinette speaks to the very cause of Rhys' feminist and postcolonial rewriting. As a book that adopts the perspective of a marginalised and exoticised literary figure, "Wide Sargasso Sea" promotes an awareness of multiple & simultaneous viewpoints as it struggles against dominant traditions and espouses the cause of the under-represented through its exploration of racial, colonial and sexual oppression.
Rhys redresses Antoinette's silencing (in the canonical text), giving her an own narrative voice with which to tell her own experiences.…
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