- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- Notes on Contributors
- Introduction: The Haunting of Jean Rhys
- Chapter 1 Jean Rhys and Katherine Mansfield Writing the ‘sixth act’
- Chapter 2 Making a Scene: Rhys and the Aesthete at Mid-Century
- Chapter 3 On the Veranda: Jean Rhys’s Material Modernism
- Chapter 4 Jean Rhys’s Environmental Language: Oppositions, Dialogues and Silences
- Chapter 5 Caribbean Formations in the Rhysian Corpus
- Chapter 6 ‘From Black to Red’: Jean Rhys’s Use of Dress in <i>Wide Sargasso Sea</i>
- Chapter 7 The Discourses of Jean Rhys: Resistance, Ambivalence and Creole Indeterminacy
- Chapter 8 The Empire of Affect: Reading Rhys after Postcolonial Theory
- Chapter 9 ‘The feelings are always mine’: Chronic Shame and Humiliated Rage in Jean Rhys’s Fiction
- Chapter 10 ‘Upholstered Ghosts’: Jean Rhys’s Posthuman Imaginary
- Jean Rhys
- Erica L. Johnson, Patricia Moran
- Edinburgh University Press
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