Wide Sargasso Sea - Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2 Summary

The Englishman stands under a mango tree in a town called Massacre in Jamaica, sheltering from the rain during a journey to a honeymoon house located on the family lands of his new wife, Antoinette. The newly married couple is accompanied by several porters and Amelie, a servant girl. He asks his wife if slaves had been massacred in this place. She assures him that it had nothing to do with slavery, and it was something that happened a long time ago.

The husband is disoriented. He has just recovered from a bout of fever and has had little time to become accustomed to his new wife. He married her within a month of meeting her, and he was sick with fever for most of the time. While his wife goes to talk with someone she knows, the husband remains under the mango...

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