Please help with homework Jane Eyre: There is probably no single line in the whole of

There is probably no single line in the whole of Jane Eyre that has, in itself, attracted as much critical attention as the first line of the last chapter: “Reader, I married him.” Why is the phrasing of this line so important? How would the sense be different-for the sentence and for the novel as a whole-if the line read, “Reader, we were married”?

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