Wide Sargasso Sea

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Deutsch, 1966 - Fiction - 189 pages
1264 Reviews
Story of a young woman in the Caribbean whose family's past will be used against her by her cold-hearted and prideful husband, Rochester.

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Wonderful. Poetic imagery. - Goodreads
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Beautiful, sparse writing style. - Goodreads
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A slim work of dark power and beautiful prose. - Goodreads
The imagery in this book is amazing. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Carolyn Owen-King - Goodreads

This is a novel I have been meaning to read for many years. Jean Rhys' re-telling of the Rochester/Antoinette story in 'Jane Eyre'; a sort of flashback to Rochester's Caribbean adventure. It was ... Read full review

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User Review  - Wendy - Goodreads

Having lived in the deep South of Louisiana, the story took on a feeling of familiarity, with its moss covered, voodoo induced, paranoid haze. It was written in a time where women had no control over ... Read full review

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