Katherine Mansfield

NOUN
  1. New Zealand writer of short stories (1888-1923)
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  • As a master of the short story, Katherine Mansfield's distinctive narrative art is her main contribution to the development of the short story.
  • From shifting narrative perspective, the way of narration and epiphany. this article proves Katherine Mansfield's remarkable contribution to the forming of modern short novel techniques.
  • Naturally, much of this book stems from the writers' residencies in Menton and the spirit of Katherine Mansfield is often invoked, explicitly or implicitly.
  • Katherine Mansfield was one of the most talented English writers in the beginning of twentieth century.
  • Often compared to short-story masters such as Katherine Mansfield, Flannery O'Connor and Grace Paley, Ms. Yamamoto concentrated her imagination on the issei and nisei, the first- and second-generation Japanese Americans who were targets of the public hysteria unleashed after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. Hisaye Yamamoto, short story writer who chronicled post-WWII Japanese American life,dies at 89
  • Katherine Mansfield makes great contribution to short story writing with her pioneering creation technique.
  • Katherine Mansfield is a genius woman writer on the literary history of world not allowing neglect.
  • From shifting narrative perspective, the way of narration and epiphany. this article proves Katherine Mansfield's remarkable contribution to the forming of modern short novel techniques.
  • Katherine Mansfield makes great contribution to short story writing with her pioneering creation technique.
  • Fiction also earned her some public recognition, including the 1952 South-German Radio Prize for best short story (for Chinesische Wäscherei [Chinese Laundry], shared with Heinrich Böll), and the 1965 Katherine Mansfield Prize for Les Confessions d’un moineau du siècle (Confessions of One of this Century’s Sparrows). Claire Goll.
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