Pride and Prejudice Essay | Bumbing Mrs. Bennet in "Pride and Prejudice"

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Bumbing Mrs. Bennet in "Pride and Prejudice"

Summary: Mrs. Bennet in Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" is portrayed as somewhat of a fool: an unremarkable women who pretentions toward higher class society earn her distain. Mrs. Barret is clearly less intelligent and witty than her daughter, Elizabeth.
In Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, Mrs. Bennet, portrayed as the fool of the novel, has a lack of originality and character: that is, she is quite mainstream in her actions and her opinions. This attribute is duly noted by her companions in a certain conversation regarding character; in a way, the conversation exploits her differences from Mr. Bingley, Mr. Darcy, and her daughter Elizabeth. She falsifies herself, putting on an air of fake distinction easily recognized by her daughter. This deceptive act, instead of making her appear to be a member of a higher class, exemplifies her ignorance on the study of character. Additionally, her one most prominent desire in life is to see her eldest daughters off and married, yet her utterly obsequious nature shows through her behavior and tends to repel rather than attract potential suitors for her daughters. Mrs...

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