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Bliss and other stories / Katherine Mansfield.

By: Mansfield, Katherine, 1888-1923.
Contributor(s): Hankin, Cherry, 1937- | Hankin, Cherry, 1937- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Katherine Mansfield centenary editions: ; Katherine Mansfield centenary editions: Publisher: Auckland [N.Z.] : Century Hutchinson, 1988Edition: Centenary edition.Description: 191 pages ; 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1869410157.Subject(s): Short stories, New Zealand | Interpersonal relations | Fiction -- New Zealand | New Zealand -- FictionGenre/Form: Short stories. | Short stories, New Zealand.Online resources: Link to electronic text
Contents:
Prelude -- Je ne parle pas français -- Bliss -- The wind blows -- Psychology -- Pictures -- The man without a temperament -- Mr. Reginald Peacock's day -- Sun and moon -- Feuille d'album -- A dill pickle --The little governess -- Revelations -- The escape.
Summary: "When these fourteen stories were published in 1920, Mansfield had effected a transformation in the short story genre; her writing, undramatic, subtle in its treatment of human behaviour, lyrical." --Publisher's description.
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First ed. published: London : Constable, 1920.

Bibliography: p. 191.

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Bibliography: p. 191.

Prelude -- Je ne parle pas français -- Bliss -- The wind blows -- Psychology -- Pictures -- The man without a temperament -- Mr. Reginald Peacock's day -- Sun and moon -- Feuille d'album -- A dill pickle --The little governess -- Revelations -- The escape.

"When these fourteen stories were published in 1920, Mansfield had effected a transformation in the short story genre; her writing, undramatic, subtle in its treatment of human behaviour, lyrical." --Publisher's description.

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