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differentiation of ideology into the registers of ‘childbearing’ and ‘soul making’. Spivak’s argument develops through her insights into the divergent forms of Bertha Mason’s delegitimation by, respectively, Jane and Rochester. Jane perceives Bertha as more animal than human, thereby aligning Jane all the more emphatically with the sphere of humanity and its reproduction. Rochester, in contrast, per- chapter3 21/12/04 11:14 am Empire’s culture Page 53 53 ceives Bertha in missionary-colonial terms. He is thereby associated with divinity rather than humanity; his release

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