By Patricia Yvette, Renee Ann, Janice Lynne
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Wait for his having a living! — aye, we all know how that will end; they will wait a twelvemonth, and finding no good comes of it, will set down upon a curacy of fifty pounds a-year, with the interest of his two thousand pounds, and what little matter Mr Steele and Mr Pratt can give her. - Then they will have a child every year! and Lord help 'em! how poor they will be! — I must see what I can give them towards furnishing their Family Life 37 house. Two maids and two men indeed! — as I talked of t'other day.
My child, let me not have the grief of seeing you unable to respect your partner in life. ' The scene parallels Sir Thomas Bertram's similar warning to Maria, an ineffectual warning because of the different personalities and relationships of the two fathers and daughters; and Maria's disgrace is the kind of disaster Mr Bennet fears. But Mr Bennet's speech is interesting for its inconsistency, one of those valuable inconsistencies which 42 Regulated Hatred may not be noticed by an author but serve to convey something more than the simplest sense he set out to express.
It is Fam 43 not uncommon for the child to harbour the conviction that he is so superior to the family in which he has grown up that he cannot really be a child of that family at all. This is a common theme of folk tales, the foundling princess theme, and it represents a fantasy harboured at some time during childhood by very many children. It frequently crops up in literature; The Winter's Tale is an instance of the kind of story that encourages the fantasy, and Eliot uses the idea for comic effect in The Confidential Clerk when he makes Lady Elizabeth say that she had always felt in some way different from her family and could never believe that she was just the daughter of an ordinary earl.
Being Fruitful Without Multiplying: Stories and Essays from around the World by Patricia Yvette, Renee Ann, Janice Lynne