Miss Brill

by

Katherine Mansfield

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Fur Coat and Garments

At the start of the story, Miss Brill speaks fondly to her coat as if it is alive. This strange behavior can be seen as reflecting her nostalgia for a lost youth, when her coat… read analysis of Fur Coat and Garments

Fried Whiting

The “fried whiting” – or a cooked fish – does not actually appear in the story as a physical entity, but the boy uses the image as a way to swiftly describe and… read analysis of Fried Whiting