New Zealand Stories
Katherine Mansfield is New Zealand's most celebrated writer, and one of the key figures in the history of the short story in English. This is the first time the stories set in her own country have been brought together and published in the order in which she wrote them. The Mansfield that emerges from this fresh perspective is both familiar and unexpected.
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A Picnic 1917
In the Botanical Gardens 1907
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Alice Andreas Andrew Gold arms asked awks began Beryl blue breath Burnell bush chair cold cried dark darling dear doll's house door dream dress Elizabeth Bowen everything eyes face Fairfield father feel felt Fenella fingers flowers frightened garden garden party gave gold grandma granma grass hair Hammond hand head heard Isabel Janey John Middleton Murry Katherine Mansfield Kelveys Kezia kitchen knew laughing Laura leaned Leila light Linda little girl looked Lottie Miranda morning mother never night Old Mr Neave paddock Pearl pink pulled round Samuel Josephs seemed side sitting smell smiled Snooker sound Stanley stared stood stopped stories strange suddenly tea cosy there's thing thought trees turned tussock grass verandah voice walked Wally Bell watch waved window woman