What traits does Lady Bracknell show in this excerpt? , English homework help

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Read the excerpt from Act III of The Importance of Being Earnest.

Lady Bracknell.
Come here. Sit down. Sit down immediately. Hesitation of any kind is a
sign of mental decay in the young, of physical weakness in the old.
[Turns to Jack.] Apprised, sir, of my daughter’s sudden
flight by her trusty maid, whose confidence I purchased by means of a
small coin, I followed her at once by a luggage train. Her unhappy
father is, I am glad to say, under the impression that she is attending a
more than usually lengthy lecture by the University Extension Scheme on
the Influence of a permanent income on Thought. I do not propose to
undeceive him. Indeed I have never undeceived him on any question. I
would consider it wrong. But of course, you will clearly understand that
all communication between yourself and my daughter must cease
immediately from this moment. On this point, as indeed on all points, I
am firm.

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