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1. Katherine had had so many relationships both with men and women. However, she only considers one as the love of her life. Who is this? John Murry 2. Henry and Edna’s love rooted from their childhood as they have grown together in a village. False 3. Katherine Mansfield died of this illness. Tuberculosis 4. As the story ends, Henry was waiting for Edna to come home from work, but instead, he saw a little girl who gave him a huge box False 5. At the opening lines of the story, what symbolism is introduced as it describes the head of Henry and how mesmerizes he was with Edna’s wavy hair. Phallic 6. Edna’s love represents innocence and purity, while Henry’s represents physical intimacy. True 7. Within the story, Something Childish But Very Natural, another literary genre was

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