"The Voyage Katherine Mansfield" Essays and Research Papers

  • The Voyage Katherine Mansfield

    Katherine Mansfield Katherine Mansfield, who lived from 1888 to 1923, is considered to be one of the most remarkable short story writers of her time. Using her life experiences as an inspiration for her short stories, Mansfield sculpted her ideas into masterful pieces of literary work. Mansfield's life was full of interesting experiences that shaped her outlook upon life. The diversity of friends and acquaintances Katherine Mansfield had over her lifetime also had a great influence on her career...

    D. H. Lawrence, John Middleton Murry, Katherine Mansfield 1546  Words | 4  Pages

  • katherine mansfield

    Rosie Gorrie Essay- writers consistently use short stories as a lens through which they scrutinise society. Katherine Mansfield uses short stories as lens, to show how during the 1920's; in a society purely focused on keeping the old traditions alive and leaving new ways of thinking and change in the dark. Mansfield uses her short stories to uncover the harsh reality of gender biased marriages in which power and control were held by the male and how status and reputation allowed people to act a...

    Family, Gender, Gender role 1390  Words | 4  Pages

  • Katherine Mansfield

    lacunae, and tensions of modern life. She was born in 1888 in Wellington, a town labeled “the empire city” by its white inhabitants, who modeled themselves on British life and relished their city’s bourgeois respectability.[1] At an early age, Mansfield witnessed the disjuncture between the colonial and the native, or Maori, ways of life, prompting her to criticize the treatment of the Maoris in several diary entries and short stories.[2] Mansfield’s biographer, Angela Smith, writes: “It was her...

    Aesthetics, Aloe, Aloe vera 2249  Words | 7  Pages

  • English Writing-Katherine Mansfield

    “Bliss” “Miss Brill” Katherine Mansfield, born in the country of New Zealand was said to be ‘the best short story writer of her time’.(1) The types of short stories that Katherine Mansfield wrote were mostly a ‘slice of life’, where she used real life experiences to express her themes and ideas. If you were to read one of her stories once through, in a way that you would read a whole book, you would surely miss out on the way Katherine Mansfield conveys meaning in her stories. Throughout...

    Anton Chekhov, Bolesław Prus, Fiction 2195  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Fly by Katherine Mansfield

    of symbolism in “The Fly” by Katherine Mansfield. The boss’s perception of the actions of the fly creates an interesting view of the comparison of his father-son, father-fly relationship. Katherine Mansfield, a famous realist, who uses concrete images, appeals to many readers because she incorporates her life into the stories she writes. Much attention is paid to the central character, the boss and his life (Schoenberg). It is interesting how Katherine Mansfield shows us how the boss makes...

    Anton Chekhov, Denial, Family 1190  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Voyage

    The Voyage The Voyage, by Katherine Mansfield is a short story set in the early 1900s, about a young girl called Fenella who is being taken from her home in Wellington to live with her Grandparents in Picton, after the death of her mother. She along with her grandmother travels across the Cook Strait on the Picton Boat to her new home. Mansfield uses the literary techniques of symbolism, setting and dialogue to convey the idea of the transition from childhood into adulthood. Mansfield uses...

    Adult, Anton Chekhov, English-language films 855  Words | 3  Pages

  • Katherine Mansfield and Sexuality

    themes that can be found in the stories of Katherine Mansfield centres upon the role, status, sexuality, and "place" of women in society. According to Chantal Cornut-Gentille d'Arcy, "Mansfield's succinct narratives … are triumphs of style, a style which challenged the conventional parameters of nineteenth-century realism, constrained to plot, sequential development, climax, and conclusion" (244). More specifically, maintains that "even though Mansfield never acknowledged any profound engagement...

    Bliss, Gender, Je ne parle pas français 1597  Words | 5  Pages

  • Katherine Mansfield The Ideal Family

    Katherine Mansfield (1888-1923) The Ideal Family: Interpretation The story under study was written by Katherine Mansfield (1888-1923), a British novelist and short-story writer, closely associated with D.H. Lawrence and something of a rival of Virginia Woolf. Mansfield's creative years were burdened with loneliness, illness, jealousy, alienation – all this reflected in her work with the bitter depiction of marital and family relationships of her middle-class characters, as well as subtle changes...

    Family, Old age 1051  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Dolls House Essay by Katherine Mansfield

    No name Professor No name English 101 03 April 2012 True Power In the short story “The Doll’s House,” written by Katherine Mansfield, there are three little girls that receive a doll house from a family friend that is a “perfect, perfect little house” (Mansfield). The two main characters in the story are the Burnell sisters, Isabel, the eldest daughter, and Kezia who live in a small village. The hierarchy is very apparent in this town, just like in every other little town there are almost...

    Bolesław Prus, Dolls, Hierarchy 1007  Words | 3  Pages

  • Essay on Katherine Mansfield Short Story

    Essay On Katherine Mansfield Short Story “Mansfield sheds a vivid light onto ordinary lives” In what way and how effectively do you think Mansfield achieves this? Refer to two stories. In the stories Frau Brechenmacher Attends a Wedding and Her First Ball by Katherine Mansfield, an example of ordinary lives is shown. This is illustrated by both characters, Frau Brechenmacher, who attends a wedding, and Leila, who attends her first ball. As both stories are instances of people’s lives, we see...

    Anton Chekhov, D. H. Lawrence, John Middleton Murry 991  Words | 3  Pages

  • Taking the Veil (by Katherine Mansfield)

    Taking the Veil (by Katherine Mansfield) It seemed impossible that anyone should be unhappy on such a beautiful morning. Nobody was, decided Edna, except herself. The windows were flung wide in the houses. From within there came the sound of pianos, little hands chased after each other and ran away fluttered in the sunny gardens, all bright with spring flowers. Street boys whistled, a little dog barked; people passed by, walking so lightly, so swiftly, they looked as though they wanted to break...

    2007 singles, Crying, Love 1858  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Fly by Katherine Mansfield

    is the very essence of the sadistic drive. In her short, compelling story "The Fly," Mansfield details how a commonplace incident of fly killing defines the sadistic, arrogant, and shallow nature of a powerful businessman. The nameless boss's cruel disrespect for this simple but valid life form parallels his disrespect for the greater community of man. To further highlight his character deficits, Mansfield contrasts the egocentric, ambitious boss to others who have formed close interpersonal...

    American films, Boss, Emotion 1740  Words | 4  Pages

  • A Cup of Tea by Katherine Mansfield

    A Cup of Tea By Katherine Mansfield Rosemary Fell was not exactly beautiful. No, you couldn't have called her beautiful. Pretty? Well, if you took her to pieces... But why be so cruel as to take anyone to pieces? She was young, brilliant, extremely modem, exquisitely well dressed, amazingly well read in the newest of the new books, and her parties were the most delicious mixture of the really important people and... artists - quaint creatures, discoveries of hers, some of them too terrifying for...

    2004 singles, 2005 singles, 2007 singles 2979  Words | 7  Pages

  • Themes in Miss Brill by Katherine Mansfield

    Themes in Miss Brill by Katherine Mansfield Abstract: Fiction interpretation contributes to a more sufficient understanding and profound appreciation of literary works for readers. Miss Brill, a short story written by Katherine Mansfield, describes an afternoon in the life of a middle-aged spinster who visits the public park on a weekly basis, leading to her reassessment of her view of the world and the secular reality. Though short in form, it is really worth detailed interpretation and appreciation...

    Ageing, Elderly care, Gerontology 1883  Words | 6  Pages

  • Prose Appreciation "The Fly" By Katherine Mansfield

    Prose Appreciation – “The Fly” by Katherine Mansfield “The Fly” by Katherine Mansfield is a short story which focuses on the trials and tribulations faced by those who lost relatives in World War One. Many who lost family and friends in the war struggled for years with grief, while others accepted the shortcomings and managed to overcome it. Everyone faced their own challenges, and everyone overcame them different ways, or in some cases not at all. Katherine Mansfield is one of many people who lost...

    American films, Boss, English-language films 1152  Words | 2  Pages

  • Man's Inhumanity to Man as Reflected in "The Fly" by Katherine Mansfield

    Man’s Inhumanity to Man as reflected in “The Fly” by Katherine Mansfield -------- An Analysis of the Concepts of Modernity as reflected in the short story “The Fly” by Katherine Mansfield -------- In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements for the Course Modern Literature (Lit 162) -------- By Tan, Vincent Paul G. B. S. Business Administration “The Fly” by Katherine Mansfield I. Introduction: Katherine Mansfield A. Life B. Works C. Influences II. “The...

    Anton Chekhov, Fiction, Katherine Mansfield 1477  Words | 5  Pages

  • Analyzing 'A Cup of Tea' by Katherine Mansfield

    The story is written by Katherine Mansfield a famous New Zealand writer. She is well known for her short stories. The analysis of the one of them called A Cup of Tea (1922) which is considered to be one of her latest works you can find below. From the first lines we get acquainted with the protagonist of the story Rosemary Fell. Her appearance is being presented. No you couldnt have called her beautiful Pretty? We have rather vague image here. The author writes she is amazingly well-read in the...

    All rights reserved, Ira Levin, Rosemary 1025  Words | 3  Pages

  • Literary Analysis of "The Daughters of the Late Colonel" by Katherine Mansfield

    "The Daughters of the Late Colonel" by Katherine Mansfield is a subtle short story about two daughters of the late colonel who are left with the task of preparing his funeral and getting on with their lives after the tragic event of their father's death. For these two women living without their father might be harder than expected because they had come to rely on him for their every need. This story is unlike any other that has been discussed thus far. Unlike characters, like Jane Eyre, who possess...

    A Story, Anton Chekhov, Donald Barthelme 836  Words | 3  Pages

  • Katherine Mansfield - the Lady’s Maid

    Katherine Mansfield - The Lady’s Maid PRE-READING ASSIGNMENT You are about to read a short story written by the New Zealand author Katherine Mansfield. Katherine Mansfield is very famous in New Zealand, but as a student in The Netherlands is is very likely you never heard of her before. That’s why we ask you to find more information about Katherine Mansfield (library, internet) and answer the following questions. Write down the source of your information (website/booktitle including author...

    Katherine Mansfield, The Little Governess 2557  Words | 13  Pages

  • Katherines

    Thea reads An Abundance of Katherines by John Green By Thea On January 6, 2011 · 6 Comments · in 6 Rated Books, Book Reviews, Smugglivus The Feats of Strength are an integral part of our annual Smugglivus Tradition. In the Feats of Strength, we each dare each other to read a book that we know is so far beyond the other’s comfort zone as to put it in another galaxy altogether. It is more than a mere Dare – it is a Feat of Strength. Title: An Abundance of Katherines Author: John Green Genre:...

    An Abundance of Katherines, Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, John Green 1696  Words | 5  Pages

  • Stanley Burnell analysis from Katherine Mansfield stories "Prelude" and "At the Bay"

    Two of Katherine Mansfield's most famous stories are "Prelude" and "At the Bay", both of them portraying a New Zealand family. Both stories, are revolving around the female characters, but the one link that connects all of them is Stanley Burnell, member and provider of the family. The New Zealand critic Carl Stead affirms that Stanley Burnell is a 'benevolent despot' meaning that he is a kind person, and a tyrant in the same time. I agree with Stead affirmation, but as it seems somewhat incomplete...

    Despotism, Enlightened absolutism, G. I. Gurdjieff 1248  Words | 4  Pages

  • Katherine Mansfield Description

    Katherine Mansfield  SHORT STORY MODERNISER ‘I believe the greatest failing of all is to be frightened.’ Katherine Mansfield, letter to John Middleton Murry, 18 October 1920 Katherine Mansfield revolutionised the 20th Century English short story. Her best work shakes itself free of plots and endings and gives the story, for the first time, the expansiveness of the interior life, the poetry of feeling, the blurred edges of personality. She is taught worldwide because of her historical importance...

    Anton Chekhov, D. H. Lawrence, G. I. Gurdjieff 5286  Words | 14  Pages

  • Katherine Mansfield, Life of Ma Parker

    | Katherine MansfieldLife of Ma Parker When the literary gentleman, whose flat old Ma Parker cleaned every Tuesday, opened the door to her that morning, he asked after her grandson. Ma Parker stood on the doormat inside the dark little hall, and she stretched out her hand to help her gentleman shut the door before she replied. "We buried 'im yesterday, sir," she said quietly.     "Oh, dear me! I'm sorry to hear that," said the literary gentleman in a shocked tone. He was in the middle of his breakfast...

    2594  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Voyage by Catherine Mansfield

    Katherine Mansfield close reading how to analyse prose fiction Close reading is the most important skill you need for any form of literary studies. It means paying especially close attention to what is printed on the page. It is a much more subtle and complex process than the term might suggest. Close reading means not only reading and understanding the meanings of the individual printed words; it also involves being sensitive to all the subtle uses of language in the hands of skilled writers...

    Anton Chekhov, Family, Fiction 3539  Words | 10  Pages

  • Katherine Mansfield

    “Mr and Mrs Dove” A. Comment on the title of the short story. B. Comment on the significance of “the dove house” image. C. Comment on the usage of the word “dead” in the short story. D. Give your treatment of the ending of the story. Katherine Mansfield An Ideal Family That evening for the first time in his life, as he pressed through the swing door and descended the three broad steps to the pavement, old Mr. Neave felt he was too old for the spring. Spring - warm, eager, restless - was there...

    2005 singles, 2006 albums, 2007 singles 6184  Words | 14  Pages

  • A Character Analysis of Miss Brill In Katherine Mansfield

    and support especially as they age. Along with loneliness, comes depression and one becomes critical of others because they only see the outward side of people and not what is on the inside. Such a lonely and judgmental woman is Miss Brill in Katherine Mansfield’s “Miss Brill.” Miss Brill is a lonely old woman forced to the brink of despair when she realizes she is no better than those she criticizes. When one is lonely, an imaginary friend is often made up to help ease one’s loneliness and depression...

    Depression, Fur, Imaginary friend 982  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Garden Party by Katherine Mansfield

    This essay is written by Liesanne den Hollander On the date of 4 October 2011 This short story, written by Mansfield, tells us about Laura, who is a girl belonging to the upper class, about her garden party, and about the death of a workers man. Since Mansfield’s father was a successful businessman , she also belonged to the upper class. Therefore, it is prominent that Laura and Mansfield seem to share the same opinion about class differences; which is that everybody should be treated equally. Furthermore...

    Class consciousness, Grammatical person, Narrative 638  Words | 2  Pages

  • Her First Ball by Katherine Maxfield

    Her First Ball is a 1921 short story by Katherine Mansfield. It was first published in The Sphere on 28 November 1921, and later reprinted in The Garden Party and Other Stories. Plot summary A young girl called Leila has come to the city to stay with her cousins, the Sheridan’s (who also appear in "The Garden Party.") As the story opens, they are going to a ball (A formal gathering for social dancing). Leila is very excited: this is her first ball. Once there, she is both excited and terrified...

    A Married Man's Story, Anton Chekhov, D. H. Lawrence 1205  Words | 4  Pages

  • Point of View in "The Garden-Party" by Katherine Mansfield

    Point of View in “The Garden-Party” “The Garden-Party” by Katherine Mansfield can easily be classified as a coming of age tale for the main character and narrator, Laura Sheridan. The ending of the story leaves the reader with many more questions than answers. This is mainly because Laura herself is unable to put into words what she has learned from her new experience with death. “She stopped, she looked at her brother. ‘Isn’t life,’ she stammered, ‘Isn’t life –’ But what life was she couldn’t...

    Death, Laura, Marshall Islands, Life 1179  Words | 3  Pages

  • The modern soul -Katherine Mansfield

     By Katherine Mansfield Synopsis The modern soul is more about characters than action. The story begins with the stereotype of the pompous German music professor explaining to the young English narrator why he incessantly eats cherries: “There is nothing like cherries for producing free saliva after trombone playing, especially after Grieg’s ‘Ich Liebe Dich’” He’s cherry eating is connected with a consuming desire for women. The two older Germans, the Professor and the German actress’ mother...

    Cherry, Fiction, Language 596  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Garden Party by Katherine Mansfield

    The Garden Party by Katherine Mansfield 1. What kind of party was it going to be? What flowers were there in the garden? Who was responsible to arrange things for the party? 2. What workmen came to Laura? What place did Laura suggest for the marquee? Why didn’t the workmen agree? 3. What surprised her in a tall fellow? What did she think of workmen? 4. Who telephoned? What was the conversation? What did Laura do when she put back the receiver? Ho did she feel? 5. What did Meg, Jose and Hans...

    Garden party, Katherine Mansfield, Man 414  Words | 2  Pages

  • Katherine Mansfield and Gurdjieff's Sacred Dance

    Katherine Mansfield and Gurdjieff’s Sacred Dance James Moore First published in Katherine Mansfield: In From the Margin edited by Roger Robinson Louisiana State University Press, 1994 The facts are singular enough: Katherine Mansfield, a young woman who could scarcely walk or breathe, absorbed in sacred dances that lie on the very cusp of human possibility. Some ideal of inner conciliation—neighbourly to the dancers’ purpose there— seems to have visited Katherine almost precociously....

    Dance, Fourth Way, G. I. Gurdjieff 4763  Words | 13  Pages

  • THE FLY BY KATHERINE MANSFIELD

    _THE FLY_ The story "Fly" by Katherine Mansfield throws light on the fact that time is a great healer and it conquers grief. The story begins when Mr. Woodifield comes to see his ex-boss. He is retired and is a heart patient. He praises the new setting and furniture of the office. Then the boss offers him whisky. After drinking it, Mr. Woodifield remembers what he has forgotten. He tells the boss that his daughters have visited the graves of the boss's as well as Mr. Woodsfield's son. Actually,...

    American films, Black-and-white films, Boss 672  Words | 2  Pages

  • Katherine Mansfield's "Miss Brill"

    Katherine Mansfield's short story "Miss Brill" is an great example of how a writer can use various literary techniques to lead the reader to a better understanding of Miss Brill the character. Instead of merely stating the message of the story, Mansfield used various literary techniques to allow the reader to draw his own conclusions about the character. Using these literary aspects to reveal a truth about a character to the reader is often referred to as characterization. Four of the most easily...

    Anton Chekhov, Elderly care, Fiction 1187  Words | 3  Pages

  • A Cup of Tea by Katherine Mansfield: An Analysis

    Analysis of the short-story “A Cup of tea” by Katherine Mansfield. The short story under analysis is written by Katherine Mansfield a famous New Zealand modernist writer. She is the one of the most successful short-story writers. Among her best-known stories are "The Garden Party", "The Daughters of the Late Colonel" and "The Fly". And one of the most famous short-stories is “A cup of tea”. “A cup of tea” was originally published in the Story-Teller in the year 1922. The story is about society...

    Short story 397  Words | 2  Pages

  • "A Doll's House" by Katherine Mansfield Summary

    "The Doll's House" is one of the representative stories of Katherine Mansfield. Who is known for freshness of her approach and beautifully colored methods of presenting her ideas. The story basically gives us deep insight into the manners and behaviors of the aristocratic families. Here she ridicules the negative philosophy of social discrimination caused by uneven division of wealth. It beautifully brings out the emotional relationship between the three sisters and their friends. Moreover, it conveys...

    Bedroom, Color, Complex 420  Words | 2  Pages

  • Katherine Mansfield “a Cup of Tea”

    a prey like a cat does.””Now, I got you”. Rosemary is longing to be generous and is going to prove that as Mansfield writes ‘wonderful things do happen in life, in the life of the upper class, to which Rosemary is a fine example, and it seems that the only things she cares about are her feelings and amusement. After they arrive at the house the action starts in Rosemary’s bedroom. Mansfield is trying to underline Rosemary’s status “the fire leaping on her wonderful lacquer furniture’, ‘gold cushions’...

    Girl, Kathryn Scott, Marriage 712  Words | 2  Pages

  • Bliss - Katherine Mansfield

    "Well, M'm, she oughtn't to be changed hands while she's eating.-said Nanny" (Mansfield 201). The character is so incredibly happy without knowing why, not asking questions about the nanny's possessive nature with her child, or why her life seems so simple. It is in the way she looks at the fruit on the table, matching the carpet so well that her heart is filled with absurd joy. "I'm too happy - too happy!" (Mansfield 203). It is almost sad the way the woman never questioned her fate, just accepted...

    A Story, Baron Bliss, English-language films 630  Words | 2  Pages

  • Arabella Mansfield

    Arabella Mansfield-First female Lawyer Nicole Goodby Composition I-202 Instructor Swanhorst Everest University Composition I-202 “The theory of this government from the beginning has been perfect equality to all the people” (as stated in the in the Arguments of the Women Suffrage Delegates to the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary on January 24th, 1985). These words are spoken by one of the most awe-inspiring women of all times Arabella Mansfield. A story...

    Admission to practice law, Admission to the bar in the United States, Iowa Wesleyan College 1179  Words | 4  Pages

  • A Review of “the Garden Party” by Katherine Mansfield

    Through her short story "The Garden Party," Katherine Mansfield portrays The Sheridan family as the classic stereotype of shallow and pretentious rich people, who thinks of themselves as better than common people. There is, however, one member of the family, Laura, who is quite unlike the others. Out of all her family she is the only one who seems to have a little bit of common sense; she presents herself as a more human character, and shows the reader that despite the selfishness and superficiality...

    2004 singles, Death, English-language films 558  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Fly by Katherine Mansfield and Disabled by Wilfred Owen

    November 8, 2012 Exploring the connections between memory and trauma in “The Fly” by Katherine Mansfield and “Disabled” by Wilfred Owen In these works “The Fly” by Katherine Mansfield and “Disabled” by Wilfred Owen both reflect on the relations with memory and trauma from the First World War. Mansfield shows her connection through a father who lost his son at war and struggles with reminiscing his son’s death. Mansfield shows how the character starving for attention on the looks of his office to forget...

    Boss, English-language films, Face 758  Words | 2  Pages

  • Theme and Style in the Doll’s House by Katherine Mansfield

    Theme and Style in The Doll’s House by Katherine Mansfield The Doll’s House by Katherine Mansfield started when Mrs. Hay sent a doll’s house to the Burnell children. The doll’s house was very big and stunning that every girl in school were trying to get close to Isabell, the Burnells’ eldest daughter, so that they would be picked to see it. However, because of their status, the Kelveys were not given a chance to see it. They could only listen to other girls’ story about how beautiful it is. Theme ...

    Bolesław Prus, Social class, Social status 619  Words | 2  Pages

  • How Katherine Mansfield's Writing Changed Through Her Cannon of Work

    Katherine Mansfield was predominantly a short story writer born in New Zealand in 1888. Although she has often been quoted demonstrating a negative view on New Zealand, she “thanks God she was born in New Zealand”. Her father was a successful business man and her mother was a younger woman. It is widely acknowledged that her parents played a major role on her views of men and woman in society and the gender imbalance. She began writing from a very early age writing for her Wellington high school...

    Anton Chekhov, Fiction, Gender role 2903  Words | 7  Pages

  • Her First Ball- Katherine Mansfield

    "Her First Ball" is a short story written by Katherine Mansfield in 1921. A young girl, about 18 years of age called Leila is the protagonist of the story. The story expresses the Excitement and Anxiety of Leila, who is extremely self conscious at the prospect of attending her first formal ball. The prose is written in Third person Omniscient, where the narrator is not a character in the story nor Leila, but tells the story strictly through her eyes only and we read the thoughts going on in her mind...

    Antagonist, Character, Fiction 727  Words | 2  Pages

  • Katherine Mansfield: How Is the Link Between Mansfield’s Personal Views and Experiences and the Characters in Her Short Stories Reflected in Her Writing Style?

    in her short stories reflected in her writing style? Today I will be talking about the similarities between Katherine Mansfield’s personal views, experiences and short stories. The portrayal of characters and their interactions in her short stories mirror many of her own relationships and experiences. I will be explaining how these parallels are reflected in the style of writing Mansfield uses. Although the stories were not completely identical to her real life experiences they were based on them...

    Bliss, Fiction, Lesbian 1415  Words | 4  Pages

  • Spain and Voyage

    Anthology-American Literature there are two voyages that are writen about by Christopher Columbus. I will compare the two and explaine some of the contrasts between the two. As they are two very different voyages, 10 years apart, Columbus has emotions and experiences that separate the two. From a free man to a man in bondage. Discovery In Columbus’s first letter “Letter to Luis de Santangel Regarding the First Voyage” (Franklin, Letter to Luis de Santangel Regarding the Frist Voyage, 2008) Columbus is full of excitement...

    Catholic Monarchs, Christopher Columbus, Crown of Castile 789  Words | 3  Pages

  • Katherine Anne Porter

    Jianan Chen Ms. D’Amore English Honors 11 10 October 2012 Katherine Anne Porter Katherine Anne Porter is one of the most celebrated authors in American Literature, she is mostly known for her collection of short stories, often about themes regarding justice, betrayal, and the unforgiving nature of the human race. Throughout her life the many things that influenced her views and morals also helped shape the way she writes and the messages in her stories. Porter experienced a variety of cultures...

    2011, Family, Katherine Anne Porter 1077  Words | 3  Pages

  • Analysis of an extract from "The Singing Lesson" by Katherine Mansfield

     Analysis of an extract from ‘The Singing Lesson’ by Katherine Mansfield “ With despair - cold, sharp despair - buried deep in her heart like a wicked knife, Miss Meadows, in cap and gown and carrying a little baton, trod the cold corridors that led to the music hall. Girls of all ages, rosy from the air, and bubbling over with that gleeful excitement that comes from running to school on a fine autumn morning, hurried, skipped, fluttered by; from the hollow class-rooms came a quick drumming of...

    English-language films, Fiction, Grammatical tense 557  Words | 2  Pages

  • First Voyage

    First Voyage April 20, 1534 - September 5, 1534 Cartier went to Canada in 1534 with two ships and 61 men to look for a way to Asia. In the course of this search, he explored what later became known as Newfoundland, the Magdalen Islands, Prince Edward Island and the Gaspé Peninsula. While at Prince Edward Island, he traded with the Mi'kmaq. This was the first act of trade between the French and First Nations people. The King Commands You In 1534, the King of France, François I sent Cartier to...

    Canada, Donnacona, Jacques Cartier 748  Words | 3  Pages

  • Presentation and Important of Location in Two of the Short Stories by Katherine Mansfield

    Katherine Mansfield's Short Stories Discuss the presentation and important of location in two of the short stories you have studied In this essay, I am going to discuss about the presentation and important of location in two of the short stories of Katherine Mansfield that I have studied. The two stories are "The Garden Party" and "An Indiscreet Journey". In "The Garden Party", we have the Sheridan's Family who live in the upper class side of an English Country. They are very high-class...

    An Indiscreet Journey, Anton Chekhov, English-language films 527  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Voyages Of Columbus

    The Voyages of Columbus Christopher Columbus started off on his first voyage from the port of Palos (near Huelva) in southern Spain, on August 3, 1492, in command of three ships: the Niña, the Pinta and the Santa Maria. His crew mostly came from surrounding towns such as Lepe and Moguer. Columbus called first at the Canary Islands, the westernmost Spanish possessions. He was delayed there for four weeks by calm winds and the need for repair and refit. Columbus left the island of Gomera on September...

    Canary Islands, Christopher Columbus, Colonialism 1889  Words | 4  Pages

  • Fantastic Voyage

    FANTASTIC FEMALE FLIGHT Alycia Chubb HS 130 Anatomy & Physiology II Unit #4 Assignment Kaplan University August 20, 2012 FANTASTIC FEMALE FLIGHT It is time for a fantastic voyage through this female’s right femoral vein to the lobe of the lower lung to document the “Battle of the Lung!” The course is going to be charted starting with the right femoral vein, passing through the external iliac, then the common iliac vein, head...

    Blood, Heart, Inferior vena cava 1145  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tylistic Analysis of Katherine Mansfield’s Garden Party

    Stylistic Analysis of Katherine Mansfield’s Garden Party To better comprehend our course: Style in Fiction, I have selected a short story the Garden Party, so as to analyze in terms of styles. 1. About the writer and the story 1.1 About the writer Beforehand, I’d like to give a brief introduction of the short story’s writer Katherine Mansfield and the short story. Katherine was born in Wellington, New Zealand, into a middle-class colonial family in 1888. She studied at Queens College...

    Anton Chekhov, Fiction, First-person narrative 989  Words | 3  Pages

  • Fantastic Voyage

    Fantastic Voyage Jennifer S HS130-05 Unit #4 Assignment Kaplan University April 6, 2013 Good afternoon, my name is Professor Su’e and today we will be going on a fantastic voyage! This is not just any voyage; this is a voyage from the femoral vein to the lower lobe of the right lung in an actual human being! You may be asking yourself why we are going inside a human being but also how we are going to do it. Well first, we are going to get inside my submarine and go through a miniaturization...

    Artery, Blood, Heart 1666  Words | 5  Pages

  • Fantastic Voyage

    Voyage to the Right Lung Jenna Bullard HS130-06 Unit 4 Assignment Kaplan University 06/10/2013 Everyone board the mini-sub! Lora has a bacterium that is invading the lower lobe of her right lung. We must go now! We must destroy this bacterium before it makes her sick! We cannot let that happen her Lora. As of right now, we are entering the right femoral vein, close to the groin. The right femoral vein is parallel with the femoral artery through the upper thigh and pelvic region. It is...

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  • Fantastic Voyage

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