It is a truth, universally acknowledged, that a tale like Kitty’s should never be told.
Being the fourth of the Bennet sisters, Kitty is the least significant and the least noticed in her family. As a young woman who is desperately trying to find her place in the world, she undergoes romantic disappointment, unconscious cruelty, facing her flaws, and the trials of growing up. Following the time between Mr. Bingley’s arrival in Hertfordshire, up until Elizabeth and Jane return from Netherfield Park, Book I shows Pride and Prejudice—from the perspective of the least likely eyes: Kitty Bennet. Thus here comes Kitty’s story, the flawed young woman who undergoes the same growing process that many overlooked individuals do!