Write a Comparison between Wide Sargasso and Jane Eyre.

Only answer question 2 critically compare the narrative representations of Rochester in Part Two of Wide Sargasso Sea, and Chapters 37 and 38 of Jane Eyre. In your essay, be sure to provide a structured argument that addresses the following questions: • In what ways do you think Rochester’s negative commentary in the above extract stems from his Victorian colonial mindset, his own personal shortcomings/weaknesses, or both? Why? • In what ways do you think the Rochester from Part Two of Wide Sargasso Sea is similar and/or different to the Rochester at the end of Jane Eyre? Why? • Does Rochester’s portrayal in Wide Sargasso Sea make you rethink your perceptions of his character in Jane Eyre? In what ways, and why?