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Pride and Prejudice - Study Guide Volume 1: Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 1: Chapter 14 Summary

After dinner, Mr. Collins begins to talk about himself and his situation in life. He is a clergyman, recently positioned as rector at the parish of Lady Catherine De Bourgh, an important person of extreme wealth and property. Mr. Collins speaks almost obsessively of Lady Catherine, and of her daughter Miss. De Bourgh.

Volume 1: Chapter 14 Analysis

Mr. Bennet is happy to have a new source of amusement in his oddball of a cousin, and Mrs. Bennet is happy to have someone to admire her daughters and her housekeeping. Other than this, Mr. Collins has little to recommend him. He is exceedingly prim, and while he does not lack in formal education, he is obviously not intelligent nor well mannered.

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