The Collected Letters of Katherine Mansfield: Volume II: 1918-September 1919

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

byKatherine MansfieldEditorVincent OSullivan, Margaret Scott

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This volume, the second of four, includes her correspondence from early 1918 to the autumn of 1919. Her love for Middleton Murry, her response to the First World War, and her acceptance of the inevitable advance of tuberculosis, are handled with wit and warmth, in a text which has beentranscribed afresh from the original letters.

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This volume, the second of four, includes her correspondence from early 1918 to the autumn of 1919. Her love for Middleton Murry, her response to the First World War, and her acceptance of the inevitable advance of tuberculosis, are handled with wit and warmth, in a text which has beentranscribed afresh from the original letters.

Katherine Mansfield was born Katherine Beauchamp in Wellington, New Zealand on October 14, 1888, the third daughter of a prominent banker. She attended the Wellington College for Girls before entering Queen's College in London in 1903. Her interest in the cello led to lessons at the Royal Academy of Music, where she became secretly eng...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:382 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.06 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:019812614X

ISBN - 13:9780198126140

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'admirable edition ... an important contribution to the Clarendon Press editions of literary correspondence. The editorial machinery is helpful without being obtrusive: Vincent O'Sullivan's introductions and notes are sensitive, well-informed, and illuminating, and Margaret Scott has grappledheroically with the transcription of Katherine Mansfield's handwriting'Karina Williamson, St Hilda's College, Oxford. Notes and Queries