2015
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5836/2015.10.005
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LIU Xi, HUANG Xin

Abstract: Katherine Mansfield (1888Mansfield ( -1923, a New Zealand's celebrated short story writer, was famous for her exquisite portrayals of women and she made great contribution to the British short story as well. Greatly influenced by Anton Chekhov, her writing firmly fixed on the small details of human behavior. She created her best works in the early 1920s, and her book, The Garden Party, arrived at the peak of great achievement. Set in England, her short story, Mr. and Mrs. Dove, described a story about the ma…

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