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‘I feel as fastidious as though I wrote with acid’: Katherine Mansfield and Prelude

When Virginia Woolf asked Katherine Mansfield for a story for the Hogarth Press in 1917, Mansfield reworked a piece she had begun during the First World War intended to be a novel about her childhood in New Zealand. Renamed ‘Prelude‘, … Continue reading

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