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For instance, imperialist measures are masked in "childbearing," or "domestic-society-through-sexual-reproduction," and "soul making," or "civil-society-through-social-mission" (Spivak 176). One moment of "childbearing" occurs when Spivak reveals that the "family/counter-family dyad" that allows Jane to move from the "counter-family" to the "family-in-law" is dependent on the "ideology of imperialism" (Spivak 180). In order for a "good greater than the letter of the Law" to be "broached" and the romantic notion of Jane and Rochester realizing their dreams of a legal family to occur, the imperialist figure of Bertha Mason must be removed (Spivak 180). Furthermore, Bertha's destruction has to be accomplished in a way that upholds the English ideology of imperialism and the proper British superiority. Therefore, Bertha's suicide is constructed in a manner that reflects her inferiority through imperialism.