In a German Pension (Google eBook)

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NuVision Publications, LLC, 1926 - 144 pages
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Review: In a German Pension: 13 Stories

User Review  - James Snyder - Goodreads

This was her first published work and she comes out of the chute with her skills already firmly in place, although it's obvious she still had some maturing to do. The tone of the writing is somewhat ... Read full review

Review: In a German Pension: 13 Stories

User Review  - Katriona - Goodreads

These stories are so interesting, not just for the short stories and glimpses into peoples lives, but some are somewhat disturbing and uncomfortable, proving Mansfield's ability to understand people and characters. Read full review

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Contents

GERMANS AT MEAT
7
THE BARON
11
THE SISTER OF THE BARONESS
15
FRAU FISCHER
20
FRAU BRECHENMACHER ATTENDS A WEDDING
26
THE MODERN SOUL
33
AT LEHMANNS
41
THE LUFT BAD
48
A BIRTHDAY
52
THE CHILDWHOWASTIRED
61
THE ADVANCED LADY
69
THE SWING OF THE PENDULUM
78
A BLAZE
88
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