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Contribution to Book
Clockwork Women: Temporality and Form in Jean Rhys’s Interwar Novels
Rhys Matters: New Critical Perspectives (2013)
  • Nicole Flynn, South Dakota State University
Abstract
Rhys Matters, the first collection of essays focusing on Rhys's writing in over twenty years, encounters her oeuvre from multiple disciplinary perspectives and appreciates the interventions in modernism, postcolonial studies, Caribbean studies, and women's and gender studies.

Shortlisted for Modernist Studies Association Book Prize for an Edition, Anthology, or Essay Collection (2015)
Keywords
  • Jean Rhys,
  • Interwar,
  • modernism,
  • novel,
  • world literature,
  • postcolonial,
  • fiction,
  • temporality
Publication Date
2013
Editor
Wilson, M., Johnson, K. (Eds.)
Publisher
Palgrave Macmillan
Series
New Caribbean Studies
ISBN
978-1-137-32790-1 / 978-1-349-46027-4
DOI
10.1057/9781137320940
Citation Information
Nicole Flynn. "Clockwork Women: Temporality and Form in Jean Rhys’s Interwar Novels" Rhys Matters: New Critical Perspectives (2013) p. 41 - 65
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/nicoleflynn/8/