The University of Wisconsin Press
Katherine Mansfield's Fiction
Patrick D. Morrow
Patrick D. Morrow analyzes Katherine Mansfield's fiction, discussing the varied textures, themes, and issues of her work and the point-of-view virtuosity that she accomplished in her short lifetime. Many of her most famous works, including Prelude, Bliss, Germans at Meat, The Girl Who Was Tired, The Woman at the Store, and The Garden Party, are explicated, along with many of her less famous and unfinished stories.
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LC: 92-074783 PR
168 pp. 6 x 9
The cloth edition,
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Paper $14.95 t
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