THE GARDEN PARTY (1921) - Katherine Mansfield.
The Garden Party by Katherine Mansfield In March 1907 Katherine Mansfield’s mother, Annie Beauchamp, held a garden party at their residence, 75 Tinakori Road, Wellington, New Zealand. On the same day, a poverty-stricken neighbour was killed in a street accident.
The Garden Party and Other Stories; The Life of Katherine Mansfield; Recollecting Mansfield; The Aloe; In a German Pension; The Letters of Katherine Mansfield vol 1; The stories below were prepared by Gerri Kimber, Paul Capewell and especially Robert Corrington, to whom the KMS extends its grateful thanks. Pre 1910. Silhouettes (1907) Enna Blake.
Full online text of The Garden Party by Katherine Mansfield. Other short stories by Katherine Mansfield also available along with many others by classic and contemporary authors.
The Garden Party is a short story by the New Zealand writer Katherine Mansfield. It was first published in 1922 in the “Westminster Gazette” in three parts. Katherine Mansfield is known mostly for her short stories, many of which are quite astute.
The Garden Party, short story by Katherine Mansfield, published as the title story in The Garden Party, and Other Stories (1922). The story centres on Laura Sheridan’s response to the accidental death of a neighbourhood workman; Laura suggests that, out of respect for the man’s family, Laura’s.
Likewise, Katherine Mansfield’s “The Garden Party” (1922) offers us fascinating examples of epiphanies. The short story “The Garden Party” tells the story of a wealthy family, the Sheridans, arranging a party in their garden. The same day as the party, a working class man is killed in a traffic accident.
July 5, 1922 Review of Katherine Mansfield’s The Garden Party and Other StoriesIt is necessary to read no more than two or three of Miss Mansfield's stories before discovering that she has great.