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Subject : #greatwriters

Subject : Rhythm Magazine

Subject : poetry

Subject : modernism

Subject : literature

Subject : Katherine Mansfield

Subject : #greatwriters,Rhythm Magazine,poetry,modernism,literature,Katherine Mansfield

Description : Dr Faith Binckes explains why modernist short story writer and critic Katherine Mansfield (1888-1923) is a great writer, highlighting her involvement with the 1911-1913 periodical Rhythm, edited by her second husband John Middleton Murry. Dr Binckes discusses how three stories from 1912 - 'The Woman at the Store', 'How Pearl Button Was Kidnapped', and 'Sunday Lunch' - illustrate different facets of Mansfield's writing. Though she has in the past been considered a domestic writer of women's and children's concerns, these earlier versions of stories play with a colonial New Zealand setting (later written out), deal with fairytale and race, and poke fun at the London literati, respectively. Katherine Mansfield was originally from New Zealand but came to London in 1903. She was a pro

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Itunes:subtitle : Dr Faith Binckes explains why modernist short story writer and critic Katherine Mansfield (1888-1923) is a great writer, highlighting her involvement with the 1911-1913 periodical Rhythm, edited by her second husband John Middleton Murry.

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Pubdate : Tue, 07 Feb 2012 13:51:41 +0000

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Title : Katherine Mansfield and Rhythm Magazine