Bev E. L Brown


This article is an experiment. I shall conduct an exercise towards a new approach to feminism in a Third World context with special attention to a concept of 'adaptation'.' I wish to apply Edward Kamau Brathwaite's theory of Caribbean creolization as a process of adaptation based on 'sun-aesthetics' to writers Zee Edgell and Jean Rhys, with specific reference to Edgell's Beka Lamb and Rhys's Voyage in the Dark.



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