The Garden Party And Other Stories

By: Katherine Mansfield
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A well-known New Zealand novelist linked with the modernist movement in literature, Katherine Mansfield, compiled a number of short tales under the title "The Garden Party and Other Stories." There are 15 tales in the book, 15 different subjects are covered, including class, gender, and the human condition. The collection's most well-known stories include "The Garden Party," which centers on a wealthy family planning a garden party while an impoverished family nearby suffers tragedy, "Miss Brill," which explores the inner thoughts of a lonesome woman who frequently visits a public park, and "The Daughters of the Late Colonel," which tells the tale of two sisters who are coping with their father's death and the difficulties in their own lives. These tales, which are regarded as classics of early 20th-century writing, are praised for their psychological depth, vivid imagery, and use of symbolism.

About Author A well-known New Zealand novelist linked with the modernist literary movement was Katherine Mansfield (1888–1923). She is renowned for her ability to convey the complexity of interpersonal interactions and the inner lives of her characters. She is regarded as one of the most important short story authors of the 20th century. Themes of alienation, identity, and the human condition are often explored throughout Mansfield's writing. Her most well-known compositions are "The Garden Party," "Bliss," and "Prelude." The short story genre has been significantly influenced by Mansfield's inventive style and distinct viewpoint, which are still studied and appreciated today.

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