Review of Jennifer Cooke, ‘Katherine Mansfield's Ventriloquism and the Faux-Ecstasy of All Manner of Flora’, LIT: Literature Interpretation Theory, 19:1, January 2008: 79-94

Gerri Kimber

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Abstract

Article review: Jennifer Cooke takes the twin subjects of sex and flowers in specific readings of three of Katherine Mansfield’s stories: ‘Carnation’, ‘Psychology’, and ‘Bliss’, interpolating at the same time her theory of Mansfield’s writing technique as ‘ventriloquism’
Original languageEnglish
JournalAnnotated Bibliography of English Studies
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2008

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