Pride and Prejudice: Kitty's Story

Pride and Prejudice Kitty s Story The fourth sister in the Bennet family Catherine also called Kitty spends the entire length of Pride and Prejudice in the shadow of her younger sister Lydia In this new novel she tells the story of

  • Title: Pride and Prejudice: Kitty's Story
  • Author: Jeanne Desautel Foster
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The fourth sister in the Bennet family, Catherine also called Kitty, spends the entire length of Pride and Prejudice in the shadow of her younger sister Lydia In this new novel, she tells the story of her own search for a husband as well as the romances of her sisters At first Kitty follows the lead of the headstrong Lydia and chases after officers who are billeted nearThe fourth sister in the Bennet family, Catherine also called Kitty, spends the entire length of Pride and Prejudice in the shadow of her younger sister Lydia In this new novel, she tells the story of her own search for a husband as well as the romances of her sisters At first Kitty follows the lead of the headstrong Lydia and chases after officers who are billeted near their hometown of Meryton Mrs Bennet, who wants nothing than to find husbands for five daughters, encourages both of the younger girls as they flit from one young officer to the other Why Lydia finds social ruin, Kitty matures and survives to find true love.

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    1. Pride and Prejudice: Kitty's StoryPleasant story about one of Jane Austen's minor characters. Kitty was silly girl following her wild younger sister, Lydia. Still young and naive when she allowed her sister to control their movements when the soldiers arrived in Meryton, Kitty's reluctance in some of Lydia's doings were signs she was at least thinking, but not strong enough to pull away from her sister. Losing Captain Daniel Pratt's good opinion meant more than she was willing to admit. He had w [...]

    2. Despite a lot of fairly high reviews, I couldn't take to this - there was too much wrong! The chronology was out of sync in places and people were or weren't where they should have been.Big historical blunders - an unmarried woman could not write to an unattached man she was not related or engaged to. Kitty could never have written to one, let alone two such men! Her relatives would in no wise have been sanguine about such happenings! The author also completely misunderstands the purpose of the [...]

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