Madness and Isolation in Wide Sargasso Sea: A Psychological Exploration of Antoinette's Mental State
Ainaab Tariq
Antoinette Cosway colonialism, isolation, madness, mental state, Wide Sargasso Sea.
This research paper delves into the themes of madness and isolation in Jean Rhys's "Wide Sargasso Sea," with a specific focus on the protagonist, Antoinette Cosway. Through a detailed analysis of Antoinette's mental state and her experiences of isolation from society, the paper aims to unravel the psychological complexities presented in the novel. Drawing on key quotations and the socio-cultural context of 19th-century Jamaica, this study explores how madness and isolation contribute to the narrative's broader themes of identity, colonialism, and patriarchal oppression
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 11

Page(s): 1201 - 1204
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