Which of the following lines, spoken by Mrs. Bennet in Chapter 20 of Volume I, illustrates her frustration as the mother of five unmarried daughters at a time when marriage was crucial for a woman's financial security?
"Nobody can tell what I suffer! But I always do."
"I have no pleasure in talking to undutiful children."
"I shall not be able to keep you--and so I warn you."
"Not that I have much pleasure in talking to anybody."