The Garden Party and Other Stories

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Adı:
The Garden Party and Other Stories
Baskı tarihi:
1 Ocak 1998
Sayfa sayısı:
192
Format:
Karton kapak
ISBN:
9780140188806
Kitabın türü:
Dil:
English
Yayınevi:
Penguin Classics
Baskılar:
Bahçe Partisi
Bahçede Eğlence
The Garden Party and Other Stories
Written during the final stages of her illness, "The Garden Party and Other Stories" is full of a sense of urgency and was Katherine Mansfield's last collection to be published during her lifetime. The fifteen stories, many of them set in her native New Zealand, vary in length and tone from the opening story, "At the Bay, " a vivid impressionistic evocation of family life, to the short, sharp sketch "Mrs. Brill, " in which a lonely woman's precarious sense of self is brutally destroyed when she overhears two young lovers mocking her. Sensitive revelations of human behaviour, these stories reveal Mansfield's supreme talent as an innovator who freed the story from its conventions and gave it a new strength and prestige.
Kitaba henüz inceleme eklenmedi.
“Siz örnek bir ailesiniz, beyefendi, örnek aile. Tıpkı insanın kitaplarda okuduğu ya da sahnede izlediği şeylere benziyor.”
“Hoşuma gidiyor. Beklemeyi seviyorum! Gerçekten – gerçekten seviyorum! Hep bekliyorum – her türden yerde...”
Hain bir bıçak gibi yüreğinin derinliklerine gömülü umutsuzlukla – soğuk, keskin umutsuzlukla – Miss Mead-ows, başında beresi, üzerinde önlüğü, elinde batonu, müzik salonuna açılan uzun koridoru çiyniyordu.

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Adı:
The Garden Party and Other Stories
Baskı tarihi:
1 Ocak 1998
Sayfa sayısı:
192
Format:
Karton kapak
ISBN:
9780140188806
Kitabın türü:
Dil:
English
Yayınevi:
Penguin Classics
Baskılar:
Bahçe Partisi
Bahçede Eğlence
The Garden Party and Other Stories
Written during the final stages of her illness, "The Garden Party and Other Stories" is full of a sense of urgency and was Katherine Mansfield's last collection to be published during her lifetime. The fifteen stories, many of them set in her native New Zealand, vary in length and tone from the opening story, "At the Bay, " a vivid impressionistic evocation of family life, to the short, sharp sketch "Mrs. Brill, " in which a lonely woman's precarious sense of self is brutally destroyed when she overhears two young lovers mocking her. Sensitive revelations of human behaviour, these stories reveal Mansfield's supreme talent as an innovator who freed the story from its conventions and gave it a new strength and prestige.

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