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LT181 Assignment 1John Sutherland as a well-known critic with the text Can Jane Eyre be happy he revealed some unanswered questions such as Has Rochester killed his wife When the novel Jane Eyre is set Who invited Mason and who informed him about the wedding In my view I believe that John Sutherland wrote this review to wake up the readers somehow so that they could find or discuss the questions that were created from the real novel Jane Eyre John Sutherland in his review tends to show all the aspects of the novel and not only his point of view about the characters or the book The main idea is quite cleared In the whole review there is a tension between the different sides of the characters and not just a report or judgment them so that the readers can look over them again For example he tends to blame Rochester for not placing his wife in one of the institutions where there was treatment for the insane Who is responsible for the fire at Thornfield- The madwoman the drunk woman or the husband who despite these warnings did not dismiss the drunk woman and put the madwoman under proper supervision Can Jane Eyre be happy P71 But he is not accusing him for her death he is trying to indirectly support him It is clear from the form of housekeepers words that she is parroting verbatim his testimony at the coroners inquest Can Jane Eyre be happy P70Sutherland tends to support Rochester many times he is justifying him of having a bigamy because his first wife is a lunatic and only a second marriage will answer his needs Sutherland is also making an important mention about how and why is Rochester is trying to marry Jane First the motives are because Jane is a partner who not many people know and an affair at this moment would attract scandals His trying
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