Katherine Mansfield

Katherine Mansfield Beauchamp Murry (14 October 1888 – 9 January 1923) was born and brought up in colonial New Zealand. She came to Great Britain when she was 19 and became a prominent modernist writer of short fiction under the the pen name of Katherine Mansfield. Some of her work is available here as ebooks. To learn more about Katherine Mansfield, listen to the podcast by Dr Faith Binckes (available as audio and video).

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1 Katherine Mansfield and Rhythm Magazine

Dr Faith Binckes explains why modernist short story writer and critic Katherine Mansfield (1888-...

Faith Binckes
# Title Description Contributor
1 Katherine Mansfield and Rhythm Magazine

Dr Faith Binckes explains why modernist short story writer and critic Katherine Mansfield (1888-...

Faith Binckes
# Title Description Author
1 Bliss, and other stories Katherine Mansfield
2 The Garden Party, and other stories Katherine Mansfield
3 Something Childish, and other stories Katherine Mansfield
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1 Modernism

Ezra Pound’s maxim, ‘Make it new’ (‘Canto LIII’) is often quoted as a succinct summary of...

Rebecca Beasley
# Resource Title Description Contributor
1 Katherine Mansfield