The Exotic Snare of the Caribbean in Terms

Muhammad Ehsan, Muhammad Zohaib Khalil, Quratul Ain

Abstract


The present study carries the purpose to explore the Exotic Snare of the Caribbean in terms of nature with reference to Jean Rhys’s Wide Sargasso Sea. Wide Sargasso Sea is Jean Rhys’s most problematic novel, revealing the author’s own psychological complexity and the inner conflict that tore her mind apart and that is variously reflected in all her heroines. Consequently, African traditions never became a normal and for that reason, Jamaica lacks its own black culture and has not succeeded in creating Afro-Creole traditions, which still affect the identity of the Jamaican people.


Keywords


Exotic snare; Caribbean in terms of nature; Jean Rhys’s Wide Sargasso Sea

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