Wide Sargasso Sea, Part II: Pages 76-121

Because this section was narrated by Rochester and I had a better idea of what was going on, it was much easier to follow. The marriage of Rochester and Antoinette was awkward at first, with neither person completely comfortable.  However, a few days later, they both seem to relax and let their guard down, becoming at […]

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I Know what he Says, But …

I know how Jason feels about reblogs, but I can’t help it.  When someone helps me, it’s second nature for me to say “thank you”.  Consequently, I really hate it when people don’t respond with “you’re welcome,” but that’s not the point here. The small talk he and I made on one of his other posts […]

What I learned

In English today, I was relieved to find out that I wasn’t the only one having trouble following Wide Sargasso Sea.  We discussed that it may be a series of vignettes because A) Either Bertha is trying to write her story while she is locked in Rochester’s attic and she fades in and out of reality […]