Wide Sargasso Sea

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Deutsch, 1966 - Fiction - 189 pages
609 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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Haunting, with beautiful prose and perfect tragedy. - Goodreads
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The imagery in this book is amazing. - Goodreads
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The novel is fairly short and easy to read. - Goodreads
Beautiful, sparse writing style. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Lola Allen - Goodreads

I love the fact that Jean Rhys wrote this novel as a response to Charlotte Bronte's portrayal of the madwoman in the attic. She was unhappy with the fact that Creole/Caribbean woman were being ... Read full review

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User Review  - Gina Whitlock - Goodreads

A tragic and unforgiving story. A painful childhood with a mother who went insane, then sold into marriage. It's enough to drive a woman crazy. Read full review


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