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“Lady Catherine Was Reckoned Proud By Many People He Knew But He Had Never Seen Anything But Affability In Her “ Mr Collins. Do You Agree With Mr Collins View of Lady Catherine In “Pride and Prejudice” By Jane Austen?
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"LADY CATHERINE WAS RECKONED PROUD BY MANY PEOPLE HE KNEW BUT HE HAD NEVER SEEN ANYTHING BUT AFFABILITY IN HER" MR COLLINS. DO YOU AGREE WITH MR COLLINS VIEW OF LADY CATHERINE IN "PRIDE AND PREJUDICE" BY JANE AUSTEN?
When considering this opinion, I will also think about Mr Collins' view on other things. His view towards Lady Catherine de Bourgh is very biased as she is his patroness. Also, he would never say anything, which would make her look anything less than wonderful, as he is afraid of her.
Lady Catherine often intimidates people, whether knowingly or not. One instance of this is at Rosings when talking to Elizabeth about her and her sisters' abilities. "Do you draw? No not at all ...... That is very strange. But I suppose you had no opportunity. Your mother should have taken you to town every Spring for the benefit of masters". This also shows her arrogance and lack of knowledge on how less fortunate families live.
I believe Mr Collins' statement about Lady Catherine not being proud is wrong. There are many cases of her showing her pride. For instance, when Elizabeth, Mr and Mrs Collins and the
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