The concept of cultural identity becomes a central theme in postcolonial literatures around the world. For the Caribbean, postcolonial cultural identity can be seen to be of especial importance due to the region’s unique history as a habitat for all kinds of immigrants and their varying cultures from different parts of the world. New book Exploring Cultural Identities in Jean Rhys’s Fiction by Cristina-Georgiana Voicu published fully open access by De Gruyter Open contemplates the fiction of the woman, who excelled as a great literary portraitist of female soul and character. The just released volume explores Rhys’s writing in relation to cultural identity so specific to postcolonial literature.
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