Katherine Mansfield: A "do You Remember" Life : Four Stories
Four of Katherine Mansfield's stories are printed, together with an introductory biography. The outline of her life is intended to show how the Mansfield's work was influenced by her New Zealand upbringing, and discusses Mansfield's relationships with women such as Ida Baker and Maata Mahupuku. There are black and white photographs to illustrate the introduction.
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