A Katherine Mansfield Chronology
Katherine Mansfield is New Zealand`s most famous author and was arguably the finest short-story writer of her day. This chronology provides a synopsis of her first years in New Zealand and then England and, from 1906, a more detailed account of her last months in her native country, her coming to Europe, meeting Middleton Murry, publishing her stories and finally (before her death at the age of 34) desperately seeeking a cure for her tuberculosis as she continued to write.
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Aldous Huxley Angelica Garnett appear in Rhythm April Arrives ARTS Athenaeum Athenaeum reprinted Attends August Bandol Bibesco Bibliography birthday Bowden Cannans Carco Chaddie Beauchamp Chekhov Christmas Chronology Connie Beauchamp cottage D.H. Lawrence December Describes DHL's DNOS Drey Elizabeth Beauchamp England February feels flat friendship Garsington Gerhardie Gertler Gurdjieff Hotel Ida Baker January JMM's July June Katherine Mansfield KM and JMM KM and Murry KM's KM's death KM's poem KM's story Koteliansky Late this month later Lawrence letter to JMM literary live Manoukhin March Mark Gertler married Menton Murry's notebook novel November October Orage Ospedaletti Ottoline Ouspensky Paris parle pas francais Pinker Prelude published Queen's College Records reprinted in GPOS Richard Murry Sadleir Sends September Sierre Sobieniowski Sorapure staying Strachey Sydney Schiff Tells JMM Thurs Villa Isola Virginia Woolf visits KM wants Wellington writing wrote Zealand