Standard Name: Rhys, Jean
Birth Name: Ella Gwendoline Rees Williams
Pseudonym: Jean Rhys
Pseudonym: Ella Gray
Jean Rhys wrote a number of novels and short stories focusing on her own geographical and emotional alienation, as well as an unfinished autobiography. Her fiction from between the two world ward was largely forgotten when her final novel, Wide Sargasso Sea, brought her major success. After this her novels and short-story collections were translated into many languages, including French, Dutch, Belgian, Swedish, German, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Hungarian, Italian, Yugoslavian, Japanese, Czech, Spanish, and Turkish. Her autobiography was translated into French. Several of her novels and stories have been adapted for radio, film and television.
Rhys, Jean. After Leaving Mr Mackenzie. Jonathan Cape.
de Nève, Edward. Barred. Translator Rhys, Jean, Desmond Harmsworth.
Rhys, Jean. Good Morning, Midnight. Constable.
Wyndham, Francis, and Jean Rhys. “Introduction”. Jean Rhys Letters, 1931-1966, Deutsch, 1984, pp. 9-12.
Athill, Diana, and Jean Rhys. “Jean Rhys and her Autobiography”. Smile Please, Deutsch, 1979, pp. 5-15.
Rhys, Jean. Jean Rhys Letters, 1931-1966. Editors Wyndham, Francis and Diana Melly, Deutsch, 1984.
Rhys, Jean. My Day: Three Pieces by Jean Rhys. Frank Hallman.
Carco, Francis. Perversity. Translator Rhys, Jean, Pascal Covici.
Wyndham, Francis et al. “Preface”. Wide Sargasso Sea, edited by Judith Raiskin, W. W. Norton, 1999, p. ix - xiii.
Rhys, Jean. Quartet. Chatto and Windus.
Rhys, Jean. Sleep It Off Lady: Stories by Jean Rhys. Deutsch.
Rhys, Jean, and Diana Athill. Smile Please: An Unfinished Autobiography. Deutsch, 1979.
Rhys, Jean, and Ford Madox Ford. The Left Bank, and Other Stories. Jonathan Cape.
Rhys, Jean, and Ford Madox Ford. Tigers Are Better-Looking. Deutsch.
Rhys, Jean. “Vienne”. transatlantic review, edited by Ford Madox Ford and Ford Madox Ford, Vol.
Rhys, Jean. Voyage in the Dark. Constable.
Rhys, Jean, and Francis Wyndham. Wide Sargasso Sea. Deutsch.