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For all her adulation of the Duke, however, she is quite capable of undercutting his pomposity: when Little Queens order him to accompany them to the Horse Guards, they are furious when he refuses to visit the bake house because it is beneath his dignity. In another tale, she allegorizes him as St George, slaying the dragon of bigotry that pursues Roman Catholicism in Ireland. Influenced by Blackwood’s Tory prejudice or possibly by her father’s opinions, Charlotte displays the first manifestations of Protestant bias and anti‐Catholic bigotry we encounter in her later writing, protesting in yet another tale the wickedness of Catholicism in preventing individuals from searching the Bible for themselves.
A companion to the Brontës by Diane Long Hoeveler, Deborah Denenholz Morse (eds.)