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These novels suggest that to be an English woman in the interwar years is to be unhappy, no matter where you were born or where you live. In the years Rhys was writing about, two competing fairy tales were being circulated. One was heartening.
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Things had changed forever for women in Britain. After a surge of women into the workplace during World War I, the gentler sex were on an almost-equal footing to men: they worked, lived in lodgings in big cities, drank, dated. Flappers existed! Everything was thrilling. The other fairy tale was comforting, like someone rocking you back to sleep after a bad dream. After women held the fort while British men were away fighting, now the men were back and the old order could resume.
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Women could work for a while if they liked, could live in lodgings if they liked, but the vast majority of women would end up marrying and dropping out of the workforce. They would be financially cared for by men or by their families. This is presumably a disparity partially caused by the loss of male lives in World War I, a disparity which would have felt particularly exaggerated in the middle and upper classes, since the largest loss of life was sustained in the officer class.
She tells us that 50 percent of women who were single in their late twenties in were still single a decade later. The obvious conclusion is that women whose families were unable to support them would have gone out to work. But Neal A.
Counterintuitively, the number of women in lodgings soared in Britain, implying women were no longer living with their families. A lodging or boarding house was a house in which a person could rent a room. What these statistics depict is a society out of step with reality.
It was a system, for the most part, structured around the idea that women would be financially provided for by their husbands or their relatives. About Me. I think the only way I can reconcile myself to having a blog is to use it to pimp others. She was a genius, meant to be a writer, so gifted IN SPITE of her drinking, which pretty much crippled and incapacitated her for huge chunks of time. So sad--to think what she could have produced The other tragedy that comes out in her letters is what happened between her and the actress Selma Vaz Dias, who adapted Good Morning, Midnight for the BBC radio in —at the time most people thought Jean Rhys was dead—she had vanished into such obscurity Vaz Dias had to take out newspaper ads seeking any information about her, in order to track her down.
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Rochester Wide Sargasso Sea. Jean who later said that she was rather drunk at the time and thought the whole thing a joke did so. What she had actually signed was an agreement giving Selma fifty percent of all proceeds from any film, stage, television and radio adaptations of any work by Jean, anywhere in the world, to last until the works came out of copyright, and also granting Selma sole artistic control of such adaptations which would probably have meant that Selma would insist on doing the adaptations and on playing the leading roles.
Selma had now got the agent John Smith to prepare a more formal document stipulating the same terms. He asked Jean if she really wanted to sign it, and apparently she felt bound to do so. Later, when she had finished Wide Sargasso Sea and it was about to be published, Jean understood the implications of the agreement, and her anxiety about these, and her feeling that Selma had tricked her, clouded any pleasure she may have had from the success of the book.