Mr. Bennet’s Catharsis

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Most people realize that they can help either themselves or others by analyzing situations they have found themselves in, in the past and preventing themselves or others from repeating those same mistakes. The novel, Pride and Prejudice written by Jane Austen describes the events in the lives of a family composed of an irresponsible father and a foolish mother whose only concern consists of getting her daughters married off and having a place to live once her husband passes away. The novel takes place in the early nineteenth century when women were looked upon as objects and not equal counterparts to men; the government even considered it illegal for women to own land or vote due to their “inferiority”. Mr. Bennet, the father and husband in the novel betters the future of his fourth daughter Catherine (Kitty) by reflecting on the mistakes of his past. Through realizing his regret in marrying Mrs. Bennet, discovering Lydia;s elopement to Mr. Wickham, and ultimately transforming into a stern father for Kitty;s sake, Mr. Bennet makes a one hundred and eighty degree turn from a negligent irresponsible father to a stern and cautious father.
When Mr. Bennet initially realizes his regret in marrying Mrs. Bennet he does not even think about raising his daughters prudently in order that they do not make the same mistakes as him. Later on in life when he realizes the foolishness of his daughters, he decides to change his manner of raising his two youngest remaining children. The reader observes that Mr. Bennet falls out of love very early in his marriage to Mrs. Bennet when Elizabeth analyzes the relationship between her parents. She begins by describing her father as, “captivated by youth and beauty, and that appearance of good humor, which youth and beauty generally give, had married a woman whose weak understanding and illiberal mind, had very early in their marriage put an end to all real affection for her.”(194) Mr. Bennet re…