Although Katherine Mansfield's short stories have remained continuously in print and appear in all standard anthologies, they have attracted remarkably little critical attention. W.H. New rectifies this by presenting a detailed critical analysis of her short stories, establishing Mansfield as a modernist writer of great importance.
Intro Contents Preface: Who's Been Reading Katherine Mansfield? Acknowledgments A Note on Sources PART ONE: READING MANSFIELD 1 Canon, Colony, and Critical Expectation PART TWO: READING AND WRITING 2 Reading Reading 3 In the Act of Writing: Manuscript Practice 4 A Catalogue of Forms 5 Metaphors of Form PART THREE: READING FOR FORM 6 Reiteration: Stories of Static Action 7 Overturns: Stories of Deferral 8 After and Before: The Epilogues and "Prelude 9 The Art of Reconstruction: Reading "The Escape Notes Works Cited Index A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Permissions.
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Print version: New, W. Reading Mansfield and Metaphors of Form