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Kascakova, Janka

Katherine Mansfield and Continental Europe

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Table of contents

1. Introduction

1. Introduction
Janka Kascakova, Gerri Kimber

I. Reception

2. An ‘utterly concrete and yet impalpable’ Art: The Early Reception of Katherine Mansfield in Italy (1922–1952)
Maurizio Ascari

3. Katherine Mansfield’s Early Translations and Reception in Hungary
Nóra Séllei

4. ‘My dear, incomparable, priceless, Kateřina Mansfieldová’ — The Reception and Translations of Katherine Mansfield in (the former) Czechoslovakia
Janka Kascakova

II. Poland and Germany

5. ‘That Pole outside our door’: Floryan Sobieniowski and Katherine Mansfield
Gerri Kimber

6. Katherine Mansfield and Stanisław Wyspiański — Meeting Points
Mirosława Kubasiewicz

7. Katherine Mansfield’s Germany: ‘these pine trees provide most suitable accompaniment for a trombone!’
Delia Sousa Correa

III. Connections with Other Authors

8. ‘Liaisons continentales’: Katherine Mansfield, S. S. Koteliansky and the Art of Modernist Translation
Claire Davison

9. ‘There is always the other side, always’: Katherine Mansfield’s and Jean Rhys’s Travellers in Europe
Angela Smith

10. The Beauchamp Connection
Jennifer Walker

IV. Indentity, the ‘Self’ and ‘Home’

11. ‘How can one look the part and not be the part?’: National Identity in Mansfield’s ‘An Indiscreet Journey’, ‘Je ne parle pas français’, and ‘Miss Brill’
Erika Baldt

12. ‘Strange flower, half opened’: Katherine Mansfield and the Flowering of ‘the Self’
Kathryn Simpson

13. The ‘dream of roots and the mirage of the journey’: Writing as Homeland in Katherine Mansfield
Patricia Moran

V. Reassessing the Fiction

14. Katherine Mansfield’s Stories 1909–1914: The Child and the ‘Childish’
Janet Wilson

15. Katherine Mansfield and the Fictions of Continental Europe
C. K. Stead

Keywords: Literature, Twentieth-Century Literature, British and Irish Literature, Literary History, Fiction

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2015
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
281 pages
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137429971
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-49201-5

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