Katherine Mansfield's New Zealand

Author(s): Vincent O'Sullivan


A stunning, fully illustrated guide to the country and times that shaped our greatest short story writer -- a feast of images and relevant excerpts from Mansfield's stories and journals. Katherine Mansfield was born in Wellington in 1888 and died in France in 1923, regarded as one of the finest short story writers of her time. Her country of birth, initially a source of frustration for her, in time came to influence her writing. From Kezia's Karori journey in Prelude, to the landscape of The Woman at the Store, the images of colonial New Zealand are a distinctive and compelling part of Katherine Mansfield's writing. A fascinating section of the book details her expedition to the Urewera and thermal regions. The first (monochrome) edition of Katherine Mansfield's New Zealand appeared in 1974; this edition has been extensively revised, with colourful new images and vivid excerpts from Katherine Mansfield's writing.


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Vincent O'Sullivan has edited several volumes of Mansfield's letters and stories. He is also a fiction writer, poet and biographer, and was professor of English at Victoria University.

General Fields

  • : 9781877577055
  • : Steele Roberts & Associates
  • : Steele Roberts & Associates
  • : November 2010
  • : 236 x 256 mm
  • : New Zealand
  • : November 2012
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Vincent O'Sullivan
  • : 93
  • : 823.2
  • : New Revised
  • : Hardback
  • : Colour and black & white