Richard, as the brother of Mr. Rochester’s first wife, Bertha Mason, can you share your perspective on the circumstances that led to her confinement and the secrets surrounding their marriage?
How did your own experiences and interactions with Bertha shape your understanding of her situation and the challenges she faced?
Can you reflect on the emotional toll and conflicts you experienced as a result of your connection to Mr. Rochester and your sister’s tragic fate?
Looking back, do you have any regrets or moments of realization regarding your involvement in the events at Thornfield Hall and the impact on the characters involved?
How has your relationship with Mr. Rochester evolved over time, considering the revelations and shared history between your families?
And now, for a fun and silly question: If you could have a conversation with a historical figure or fictional character, who would it be and why?