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Antoinettes prolonged binary thinking of social classes and race removes the possibility of seeing herself as having ties to both the black and white populations. He recoils from her and begins calling her by her middle name: Bertha. He asks Jane, "Have you a glittering ornament round your neck?" ( Jane Eyre. VS Jane describes Bertha as a "German spectre - the Vampyre" (JE. Hilda a shy girl who works at Granbois and constantly giggles at the newlyweds, which irks them. The imagery of fire has long been linked to power and passion. The Struggles of the Heroines in Wide Sargasso Sea and Jane Eyre. Cross-Over Moments Christophine tells Antoinette, "Your face like dead woman and your eyes red like soucriant" (WSS. Instead of making her a total lunatic, she shows the chain of events that lead to her being driven mad, including those events caused by Rochester himself.
Different Species of Seahorses, The Search for Happiness in Nature, No Evidence for Noahs Worldwide Flood, Destruction of the aral sea,
Impact of Epistemic Violence of Imperialism in Wide Sargasso Sea. Antoinette is called a "soucriant" in the novel, and a "vampyre". Rochester, Antoinette says that the local Jamaican population constantly called her, a white cockroach. Rochester (in Wide Sargasso Sea too, loves both the candles Antoinette is constantly setting out and the enormous fireflies of the Caribbean. Antoinette is Creole, meaning European but born in the colonies. Antoinette is categorized as being creole or a person with mixed backgrounds or ethnicities such as black, white, European, and more specifically French. Antoinette Mason Rochester Timeline. Baptiste the overseer of Granbois, who wields authority their and seeks out the English husband when he gets lost by the Voudou shack. Movie Trailers Jane Eyre Wide Sargasso Sea Other Media A Man Speaking Patois References Page, Eimer. The Natural World in 'Dolly' and 'Wide Sargasso Sea' Abi Bacon College Wide Sargasso Sea Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys and Dolly by Susan Hill both show connections between humans and the natural world. He dies when Coulibri is burned, and his death deeply affects his mother. From Madwoman to Rebel: Jean Rhyss Reinvention of Bertha Mason in Wide Sargasso Sea.