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Wide Sargasso Sea and the Postmodern Concern for Space An Analysis in the Light of Soja’s Thirdspace
Foucault divides space into internal and external. Internal spaces are those of our primary perceptions, dreams and passions, spaces whose qualities are intrinsic. In contrast, external spaces are those in which we live and where time and history occur. In the novel "Wide Sargasso Sea", the main characters, Antoinette and her husband, have both internalized two respective constructions where their perceptions of the external, historical space are inscribed.