Katherine Mansfield

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Katherine Mansfield (1888-1923) 01/03/2010 14:31:00 - like Joyce, she began writing distinctly Modernist stories before World War I.  “The Garden Party” is from 1922 explicitly talks about class youth International Contexts Conrad: Poland Joyce, Yeats, Heaney: Ireland Mansfield: New Zealand Wallace, Munro: Canada Orwell: India Eliot: U.S.A.  Achebe: Nigeria Gordimer: South Africa Setting the story is set in New Zealand, where the author (Katherine Mansfield  Beauchamp) was born in 1888 o hence the karaka-trees o She went to school in England, returned to New Zealand, then moved  back to England 1908 o What difference does nationality make? Point of View Free indirect discourse(used previously by Austen and Flaubert): “discourse  that is represented, rather than directly related… the thoughts, statement, and  even dialogues engaged in by characters are recounted… in a ‘reportorial 
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2010 for the course ENGL ENGL110 taught by Professor Tracyware during the Spring '10 term at Queens University.

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