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Finding Katherine Mansfield: Susannah Fullerton ; read by Kirsty Hamilton.

Finding Katherine Mansfield: Susannah Fullerton ; read by Kirsty Hamilton.
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ISBN 9780955875243
Author Fullerton, Susannah, 1960-
Title Finding Katherine Mansfield [sound recording] / Susannah Fullerton ; read by Kirsty Hamilton.
Publisher/Date Crimson Cats Audio Books,
Pagination etc. 1 sound disc (CD) (ca. 1 hr., 30 min.) : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents note "Susannah Fullerton explores the writer's life through her letters, journals and stories"-- container.
1. Introduction -- 2. The child -- 3. The young lady -- 4. The rebel -- 5. The wife -- 6. The mistress -- 7. The sister -- 8. The invalid -- 9. The writer -- 10. The patient -- 11. The after life.
Performer note Read by Kirsty Hamilton.
Summary Note Born in Wellington, New Zealand, Katherine Mansfield's life was only a short 34 years, but she not only wrote some of our finest short stories, she also helped to shape the modern short story. Both Virginia Woolf and D.H. Lawrence were greatly influenced by her work. Katherine's personal life was both controversal and traumatic, and she found inspiration in her own problems for her stories of alienation and loneliness. Katherine Mansfield is New Zealand's finest writer, yet her stories are universal.
Subject - Name Mansfield, Katherine, -- 1888-1923 -- Biography
Subject Talking books
Authors, New Zealand -- 1888-1923 -- Biography
Short stories, English -- New Zealand -- Women authors
Added Author Hamilton, Kirsty
Shelf Location CD O823.9 MANS
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