Mrs. Bennet is a wife of Mr. Bennet and the mother of five daughters. It is an untidy and careless woman. She is a person of versatile disposition, who is not able to control her words and emotions. Her life aims to secure a better life for her children. That is why Mrs. Bennet attempts to give her daughters in marriage to rich and influential husbands. Sometimes she is unsteady. However, it is a consequence of her nerve disorders. This woman is flexible enough as she managed to adapt to her husband, who is the real pain in the neck.
Mrs. Bennet in the Essays