Who Is Rochester Cruel In Jane Eyre

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When Mr. Mason was attacked by his sister Rochester worries less about his well-being, and more about him talking to Jane. He also takes the time to threaten him. This could be because foreigners and colonists were babbling brutes who did not understand social situations. When Rochester decided to keep Bertha locked in a room instead of sending her to an asylum, this can be seen as cruel yet benevolent. Cruel because he keeps her chained up in a room with no sign of love and care. He goes off and sleeps with other women. Bertha who seems fully aware of the situation between Rochester reacts with anger, making her seem even more insane. Rochester took her mother’s affliction to have rubbed off on Bertha. According to him Bertha had become sexually

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