"The marriage of Bertrande and Martin brings all sorts of advantages to the community but none to the couple." Discuss.
As a result of their culture and beliefs, Martin Guerre and Bertrande de Rols were arranged to marry for the good of the community, the good of the two families and for the so-called good of each other. Throughout the novel, 'The Wife of Martin Guerre,' many advantages can be identified, which impact either the village, Bertrande or Martin, whether it be before their affection grew, as their affection grew, when Martin leaves home for eight years and Uncle Pierre runs things, during the impostor phase and when the truth is discovered. It is shown in the mentioned phases of the novel, that…
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