This page serves to pull together various items related to the life and work of Jean Rhys, mainly flowing from the Jean Rhys Festival and Conference, held in Dominica from June 10th to June 13th, 2004.
|Dr Jane Bryce||'That is not for beke.' Global versus local in two film versions of Sargasso|
|Dr Evelyn O'Callaghan||At Home [at last] in the Island|
|Dr Paula Morgan||A Tall Far Island Floating in Cobalt Paint: Race and Displacement in Rhys's Fiction|
|Ms Marika Preziuso||Trajectories of Creolization: Maryse Condé's La Migration des Coeurs through Jean Rhys's Wide Sargasso Sea|
|Ms Midori Saiko||The Lost Motherland? Image of the Caribbean in the Early Works of Jean Rhys: Left Bank and Voyage in the Dark|
|Dr Kim Robinson Walcott||Taking, or Spurning, the Imperial Road: White West Indian Writers and their Black Protagonists|
As an attachment to Evelyn O'Callaghan's paper, we have been given permission to reprint Olive Senior's poem to Jean Rhys, "Meditation on Red".
Short Illustrated Biography of Jean Rhys, compiled by Lennox Honychurch
Eimer Page's biographical sketch from which much of the previous page was taken
Another biographical sketch
On-line articles, lectures, and commentaries
Comments, corrections, and further relevant material or links for inclusion gratefully received.
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Last revised: 13 May 2005.
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