Articles on Mansfield in English

Aiken, Conrad, ‘The Short Story as Confession’, Nation & Athenaeum, 33, 14 July 1923, p. 490

Alcock, Peter, ‘An Aloe in the Garden: Something Essentially New Zealand in Miss Mansfield’, The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 11.3 (1977), 58-64

Alonso, Pilar. ‘A Pragmatic Approach to Katherine Mansfield’s “The Man without a Temperament”’, Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses, 8 (1995), 31-45
–––– ‘The Literacy Text Type: Notes on a Method of Analysis Based on Text Linguistics and a Practical Application to Katherine Mansfield’s “The Garden Party”’, Atlantis, 13 (1991), 65-92

Anderson, Walter E.  “The Hidden Love Triangle in Katherine Mansfield’s ‘Bliss’.” Twentieth Century Literature 28 (1982): 397-404.

Anon., ‘A Wayfarer’, Nation & Athenaeum, 32, 13 January 1923, p. 575

Anon., ‘Katherine Mansfield’s Stories’, Times Literary Supplement, 46,2 March 1946, p. 102

Anon., ‘The Garden Party and Other Stories by Katherine Mansfield’, English Review,34 (1922), 602

Atkinson, William. “Mrs. Sheridan’s Masterstroke: Liminality in Katherine Mansfield’s ‘The Garden Party'.” English Studies 87.1 (2006): 53-61.

Baldeshwiler, Eileen, ‘Katherine Mansfield’s Theory of Fiction’, Studies in Short Fiction (Summer 1970), 421–32

Baumann, Uwe, ‘Katherine Mansfield and Witi Ihimaera: A Typology of Reception’, Intercultural Encounters – Studies in English Literatures: Essays Presented to Rudiger Ahrens on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday, eds.

Heinz Antor and Kevin L. Cope (Heidelberg: Universitatsverlag C. Winter, 1999), 563-88

Bell, Barbara Currier, ‘Non-Identical Twins: Nature in “The Garden Party” and “The Grave”’, The Comparatist, 12 May 1988, 58-66

Bennett, Andrew, 'Hating Katherine Mansfield' in Angelaki, 7.4 (December 2002), 3-16

Blanchard, Lydia, ‘The Savage Pilgrimage of D.H. Lawrence and Katherine Mansfield: A Study in Literary Influence, Anxiety, and Subversion’, Modern Language Quarterly: A Journal of Literary History, 47.1 (1986), 48-65

Blodgett, Harriet, ‘The Inviolable Self: Reappraising Katherine Mansfield’s Women’, New Renaissance, 5.3 (1983), 104-12
Boulestin, Marcel, ‘Recent French Novels’, Blue Review: Literature, Drama, Art, Music, 1.2 (June 1913), 138–40

Bowen, Elizabeth, 'Stories by Katherine Mansfield' in Afterthought: Pieces about Writing (London: Longman, 1962), pp. 53-74

Boyle, Kay, ‘Katherine Mansfield: A Reconsideration,’ New Republic, 92, 20 October 1937, p. 309

Boyle, Ted E., ‘The Death of the Boss: Another Look at Katherine Mansfield’s “The Fly”’, Modern Fiction Studies, 11.2 (1965), 183-5

Brown, Sally, ‘“Hundred of Selves”: The British Library’s Katherine Mansfield Letters’, The British Library Journal, 14.2 (1988), 154-64 

Brophy, Brigid, 'Katherine Mansfield' in Don't Never Forget: Collected Views and Reviews (London: Cape, 1966), pp. 255-63

Busch, Frieder, ‘Katherine Mansfield and Literary Impressionism in France and Germany’, Arcadia: Zeitschrift Für Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft,5 (1970), 58-76

Clarke, Brice, M.D., ‘Katherine Mansfield’s Illness’, Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 48 (April 1955), 1029–32

Coad, David, ‘Lesbian Overtones in Katherine Mansfield’s Short Stories’, Literature and Homosexuality, ed. Michael J. Meyer (Amsterdam – Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 2000), 223-36.

Corin, Fernand, ‘Creation of Atmosphere in Katherine Mansfield’s Stories’, Revue des langues vivantes,22 (1956), 65–78

Cornut-Gentille D’Arcy, Chantal, ‘Katherine Mansfield’s ‘Bliss’: ‘The Rare Fiddle’ As Emblem of the Political and Sexual Alienation of Woman’, Papers on Language and Literature, 35.3 (1999), 244-69

Dale, Judith, ‘Performing Katherine Mansfield’, Landfall, 172 (1989), 503-11

D’Arcy, Chantal Cornut-Gentille.  “Katherine Mansfield’s ‘Bliss’: ‘A Rare Fiddle’ as Emblem of the Political and Sexual Alienation of Women.” PLL: Papers on Language and Literature (1999): 244-269

Darrohn, Christine.’ "Blown to Bits!": Katherine Mansfield's "The Garden-Party" and the Great War’. Modern Fiction Studies, 44.3, Fall 1998, 513-539

Davis, Robert Murray, ‘The Unity of “The Garden Party”’, Studies in Short Fiction, 2.1 (1964), 61-65

Desalvo, Louise A., ‘Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf’s Revisions of The Voyage Out’, Virginia Woolf Miscellany, 11 (1978), 5

Di Ciolla McGowan, Nicoletta, ‘Through Girls’ Eyes: Young Female Perspectives in Katherine Mansfield and Elsa Morante’, AUMLA: Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, 92 (1999), 97-119

Dilworth, Thomas. ‘Monkey Business: Darwin, Displacement, and Literary Form in Katherine Mansfield's "Bliss"’. Studies in Short Fiction, 35, 1998.

Franklin, Carol, ‘Mansfield and Richardson: A Short Story Dialectic’, Australian Literary Studies, 11. (1983), 227-33.

Fromm, Gloria G, ‘The Remains of Katherine Mansfield’, The New Criterion, 6.10 (1988): 78-83.

Gargano, James W., ‘Mansfield’s “Miss Brill”’, The Explicator, 19.2 (1960) (art. n. 10)

Garlington, Jack, ‘Katherine Mansfield: The Critical Trend’, Twentieth Century Literature, 2 (July 1956), 51–61

Garver, Lee, 'The Political Katherine Mansfield', Modernism/Modernity 8.2 (2001), 225-43

Gerard, Albert, ‘The Triumph of Beauty: Katherine Mansfield’s Pro­gress’, Revue des langues vivantes, 18 (1952), 325–34

Gong, Shifen, ‘Katherine Mansfield in Chinese Translations’, The Journal-of-Commonwealth Literature, 31.2 (1996), 117-37.

Grindea, Miron, ed., ‘Katherine Mansfield: Fifty Years After’, Adam: International Review, 370-5 (1972-3)

Gurr, Andrew, ‘Katherine Mansfield: The Question of Perspectives in Commonwealth Literature’, Kunapipi 6.2 (1984), 67-80

Haller, Evelyn, ‘Virginia Woolf and Katherine Mansfield: or, The Case of the Déclassé Wild Child’, Virginia Woolf Miscellanies: Proceedings of the First Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, eds. Mark Hussey and Vara Neverow Turk (New York: Pace University Press, 1992), 96-104

Hankin, Cherry A, ‘Fantasy and the Sense of an Ending in the Work of Katherine Mansfield’, Modern Fiction Studies, 24.3 (1978), 465-74

Hanson, Clare, ‘Katherine Mansfield and Symbolism: The “Artist’s Method” in “Prelude”’, The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 26.1 (1981), 25-39

Hardy, Linda, ‘The Ghost of Katherine Mansfield’, Landfall, 172 (1989), 416-32

Hennessy, Alice K, ‘Reading Katherine Mansfield as ‘Selective Cultural Archaeology’, Deep South, 3.2 (1997) vol3no2/alice.html

Henstra, Sarah, ‘Looking The Part: Performative Narration in Djuna Barnes’s Nightwood and Katherine Mansfield’s ‘Je Ne Parle Pas Français’, Twentieth Century Literature, 46.2 (2000), 125-49

Hudson, Glenda A., ‘Perspectives of the Feminine Mind: The Fiction of Clarice Lispector and Katherine Mansfield’, Remate de Males, 9 (1989), 131-37.

Hull, Robert L., ‘Alienation in “Miss Brill”’, Studies in Short Fiction, 5.1 (1967), 74-76

Huxley, Aldous, ‘The Traveller’s Eye-View’, Nation & Athenaeum,37, 16 May 1925, p. 204

Iversen, Anders, ‘Life and Letters: Katherine Mansfield Drawing on Kathleen Beauchamp’, English Studies: A Journal of English Language and Literature, 52 (1971), 44-54

Justus, James H., ‘Katherine Mansfield: The Triumph of Egoism’, Mosaic: A Journal for the Comparative Study of Literature and Ideas, 6.3 (1973), 13-22

Kimber, Gerri, ‘From Flagrant to Fragrant: (Re)Inventing Katherine Mansfield’, Moveable Type, 3, (December 2007), pp. 71-102. 
––––  ‘Not Minor but Major: Critical (Mis)Interpretation in the Fiction of Katherine Mansfield’, 2001 Group: Essays in French Studies, 3, (September 2007),
–––– ‘Falling for France – Katherine Mansfield Through a French Looking–Glass’, special issue of Les Cahiers du CICLaS – New Zealand and France, Université Paris–Dauphine, (November 2006), pp. 79–93.
––––  ‘Dilemma or Godsend? Translational Difficulties in the Letters of Katherine Mansfield’, 2001 Group: Essays in

French Studies, 2, (September 2006),

King, Russell, S., ‘Katherine Mansfield as an Expatriate Writer’, The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 8:1 (1973), 97-109
–––– ‘Francis Carco’s Les Innocents and Katherine Mans­field’s Je ne parle pas français’, Revue de la littérature com­parée,47 (1973), 427–41

Kleine, Don W., ‘The Chekhovian Source of “Marriage à la Mode”’, Philological Quarterly, 42.2 (1963), 284-88
–––– ‘”The Garden Party”: A Portrait of the Artist’, Criticism, 5.1 (1963), 360-71
–––– ‘Katherine Mansfield and the Prisoner of Love’, Critique, 3 (1960), 20-33
–––– ‘Mansfield and the Orphans of Time’, Modern Fiction Studies, 24.3 (1978), 423-38

Kobler, J. F., ‘The Sexless Narrator of Mansfield’s “The Young Girl”’, Studies in Short Fiction, 17.3 (1980), 269-74

Kwiatkowska, Anna, "Pre-Raphaelite Day off. 'Bank Holiday' by Katherine Mansfield", in: Old Masters in New Interpretations. Readings in Literature and Visual Culture, Anna Kwiatkowska (ed.), Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 2016, 150-167. 

Kwiatkowska, Anna, 'Short and Sweet. Symbolism of Strawberries in Katherine Mansfield’s Short Stories', in: Zagadnienia Rodzajów Lietrackich. The Problems of Literary Genres, 2018, 61.1 (125, pp. 101-113.

Laurie, Alison, J., ‘Queering Katherine’ (AWSA 2001 conference pro­ceed­­ings),

Lawrence, Berta, ‘Katherine Mansfield and Thomas Hardy’, The Thomas Hardy Journal. 4.1 (1998), 32-5

Lederman, Marie Jean, ‘Through the Looking-Glass: Queens, Dreams, Fears in the Fiction of Katherine Mansfield’, Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 5 (1977), 35-50

Lee, david A., ‘Language and Perspective in Katherine Mansfield’s ‘Prelude’, Twentieth-Century Fiction: From Text to Context, eds. Peter Verdonk and Jean Jacques Weber (London & New York: Routledge, 1995), 113-25

Lohafer, Susan, ‘Why The ‘Life of Ma Parker’ Is Not So Simple: Preclosure in Issue-Bound Stories’, Studies in Short Fiction, 33.4 (1996), 475-86

Madden, David, ‘Katherine Mansfield’s “Miss Brill”’, University Review, 31.2 (1964), 89

Mandel, Miriam B., ‘Reductive Imagery in “Miss Brill”’, Studies in Short Fiction, 26.4 (1989), 473-77

Maxwell-Mahon, W.D., ‘The Art of Katherine Mansfield’, Unisa English Studies (Journal of the Department of English), 17.1 (1979), 45-52

McDonnell, Jenny, 'Making Her Own History: Katherine Mansfield's Revolutions', in New Voices in Irish Criticism 4, ed. by Fionnuala Dillane and Ronan Kelly (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2003) pp. 147-55

McLaughlin, Ann L., ‘An Uneasy Sisterhood: Virginia Woolf and Katherine Mansfield’, Virginia Woolf: A Feminist Slant., ed. Jane Marcus (Lincoln & London: University of Nebraska Press, 1983), 152-61
–––– ‘The Same Job: The Shared Writing Aims of Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf’, Modern Fiction Studies, 24.3 (1978), 368-82.

Meyers, Jeffrey, ‘Katherine Mansfield, Gurdjieff, and Lawrence’s ‘Mother and Daughter’, Twentieth Century Literature, 22 (1976), 444-53
–––– ‘D. H. Lawrence, Katherine Mansfield and “Women in Love”’, London Magazine, 18.2 (1978), 32-54.
–––– ‘The Quest for Katherine Mansfield’, Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly, 1.3 (1978), 51-64  
–––– ‘Katherine Mansfield: A Bibliography of International Criticism, 1921–1977’, Bulletin of Bibliography (July 1977), 53–67
–––– ‘Murry’s Cult of Mansfield’, Journal of Modern Literature (Febru­ary 1979), 15–38

Mikami, Jasuko, ‘The Relationship Between Katherine Mansfield and Ida Baker’, Journal of the Faculty of Humanities (Japan Women’s University), 41 (1991), 37-52

Mitchell, Lawrence, ‘The Man Who Came to Tea’, Journal of Modern Literature, 18.1 (1992), 147-55

Moran, Patricia, ‘Unholy Meanings: Maternity, Creativity, and Orality in Katherine Mansfield’, Feminist Studies, 17.1 (1991), 105-25

Morrell, Ottoline, ‘K.M. By Ottoline Morrell’, Dear Lady Ginger. An Exchange of Letters Between Lady Ottoline

Morrell and D’Arcy Cresswell together with Ottoline’s Essay on Katherine Mansfield, ed. Helen Shaw (London: Century Publishing, 1983), 117-25

Morrow, Patrick D. ‘Katherine Mansfield and World War I’, Literature and War, ed. David Bevan (Amsterdam & Atlanta, 1990), 39-43
––––‘Katherine Mansfield: The Idea of the Perfect Short Story’, International Literature in English: Essays on the Major Writers, ed. Robert L. Ross (Chicago & London: St. James Press, 1991), 669-79

Mortelier, Christiane, ‘The Reception of Katherine Mansfield in France. The Development of the ‘Mansfield Legend’ and its Genesis (Synopsis)’, Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association: Proceedings and Papers of the Twelfth Congress Held at the University of Western Australia, 5-11 February 1969,eds. A.P.

Mortimer, Armine Kotin, ‘Fortifications of Desire: Reading the Second Story in Katherine Mansfield’s ‘Bliss’, Narrative, 2.1 (1994), 41-52

Mortimer, Raymond, ‘The Dove’s Nest and Other Stories’, New States­man, 21, 7 July 1923, p. 394

Murry, John Middleton, ‘A Friend in Need to Katherine Mansfield’, Adelphi (July–September 1948), 218–20
–––– ‘The Influence of Baudelaire’, Rhythm, 2.14 (March 1913), xxiii–xxvii
–––– ‘In Memory of Katherine Mansfield’, Adelphi, 1 (January 1924), 663–65

Nakatami, Kiichiro, ‘The Structures of Expressions in “The Canary”’, Hiroshima Studies in English Language and Literature, 25 (1980), 78-91

Nazario, Julian F., ‘Katherine Mansfield and the Creation of Reality in “Bliss”’, Estudos-Anglo-Americanos, 17-18 (1993-94), 196-202

Neaman, Judith S.  “Allusion, Image, and Associative Pattern:  The Answers in Mansfield’s ‘Bliss’.”  Twentieth Century Literature 32 (1986): 242-254.

Nebeker, Helen. "The Pear Tree: Sexual Implications in Katherine Mansfield's `Bliss.'" Modern Fiction Studies, 18, (1972-73): 545-51.

New, W.H., 'Reiteration: Mansfield's Stories of Static Action, in Commonwealth Essays and Studies, SP 4 (1997), 72-86

O’Faolain, Sean, ‘Katherine Mansfield’, New Statesman and Nation, 35, 17 January 1948, pp. 54–55

O’grady, Desmond, ‘Katherine Mansfield’, Declarations of Cultural Independence in the English-Speaking World: A Symposium, ed. Luigi Sampietro (Milan: D’Imperio Editore Novara, 1989), 125-30

Orr, Bridget, ‘Reading With the Taint of the Pioneer: Katherine Mansfield and Settler Criticism’, Landfall, 172 (1989), 447-61
––––‘The Only Free People in the Empire’. Gender Difference in Colonial Discourse’, De-Scribing Empire: Post-Colonialism and Textuality, eds. Chris Tiffin and Alan Lawson. (London & New York: Routledge, 1994), 152-68

O’Sullivan, Vincent, ‘The Magnetic Chain: Notes and Approaches to K.M’, Landfall, 114 (1975), 29.2, 95-131
pearson, W.H., ‘The Recognition of Reality’, Commonwealth Literature: Unity and Diversity in a Common Culture, ed. John Press (London: Heinemann, 1965), 32-47

Pritchett, V.S., ‘Books in General’, New Statesman and Nation, 31,2 February 1946, p. 87

Rodríguez Salas, Gerardo, ‘Katherine Mansfield: An Annotated Bibliography’, Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses, 17 (2004), 307-332
–––– ‘Beyond Biological Maternity: Katherine Mansfield’s Autobiographical Experience’, Feminismo/s 4 (December 2004), 97-108
–––– ‘The Postmodernist Katherine Mansfield: Beyond the Self of Modernism in The Garden-Party’, Agora: A Humanities Online Journal,3.2 (Spring 2005): 1-11 Reprinted in The ICFAI Journal of English Studies,2.1 (March 2007), 43-51
–––– ‘Germany is the Home of the Family: A Criticism of Gender Roles in Katherine Mansfield’s In a German Pension’, English Studies (ES): Revista de Filología Inglesa, 26 (2005), 201-212
–––– ‘Deconstructing Katherine Mansfield: An Interview with Vincent O’Sullivan’, Odisea: Revista de Estudios Ingleses, 7 (2006), 217-224
–––– ‘The Boundless Ocean of Silence: An Alternative to Language in Katherine Mansfield’s ‘Doll’s House’, Babel A.F.I.A.L.: Aspectos de Filología Inglesa y Alemana, 16 (2007), 51-64
–––– ‘Demystifying the wickedness of women: the femme fatale in Katherine Mansfield’, Considering Evil and Human Wickedness (At the Interface Series, Volume 3), eds. Daniel E. Keen and Pamela Rossi Keen (Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2004), 211-222
–––– ‘“The Daughters of the Late Colonel”: Feminine Temporality in Katherine Mansfield’s Short Fiction’, The Short Story in English: Crossing Boundaries, eds. Gema Soledad Castillo García et al. (Alcalá de Henares: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Alcalá, 2006), 786-798
–––– ‘The Margin in Katherine Mansfield: An Interview with Gillian Boddy-Greer’, Estudios en honor de Rafael Fente Gómez, eds. Luis Quereda Rodríguez-Navarro et al. (Granada: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Granada, 2007), 431-440
–––– ‘Doy vida a mis personajes: Maternidad agridulce y reescritura del cuerpo femenino en Katherine Mansfield’, Cuerpos de mujeres: miradas, representaciones e identidades, eds. Carmen Gregorio Gil et al. (Granada: Universidad de Granada, 2007), 367-380
–––– ‘New Zealand and Its Shadow in Katherine Mansfield: An Interview with Lydia Wevers’, Voices from New Zealand, ed. Juan José Varela Tembra (Santiago de Compostela: Tórculo Ediciones, 2008), 131-143
–––– ‘The Fly. Katherine Mansfield (1922)’, The Facts on File Companion to the British Short Story, ed. Andrew Maunder. Nueva York: Facts on File, 2007), 155-156
–––– ‘Miss Brill. Katherine Mansfield (1920)’, The Facts on File Companion to the British Short Story, ed. Andrew Maunder. Nueva York: Facts on File, 2007), 286-287
–––– ‘Pictures. Katherine Mansfield (1919)’, The Facts on File Companion to the British Short Story, ed. Andrew Maunder. Nueva York: Facts on File, 2007), 336

Scott, Margaret, ‘The Extant manuscripts of Katherine Mansfield’, Études anglaises (1973), 413–19

Sellei, Nora. ‘Bliss or Dismay? Gender and Identity in Katherine Mansfield’s “Bliss”’, Bridges: An African Journal of English Studies, 6 (1995), 105-13
–––– 'The Detached Existence of a Work of Art': Mansfield’s The Aloe versus “Prelude” and Woolf’s Theory of Fiction’, Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies, 1.2 (1995), 75-84

Shen, Dan. “Subverting Surface and Doubling Irony: Subtexts of Mansfield’s ‘Revelations’ and Others.” English Studies 87.2 (2006): 191-209.

Sitwell, Edith, ‘Three Women Writers’, Vogue,October 1924, p. 83

Smith, Angela, 'Katherine Mansfield and Rhythm', Journal of New Zealand Literature, No. 21 (2003), 102-
–––– ‘Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf: Prelude and To the Lighthouse’, The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 18.1 (1983), 105-19.

Stead, C. K., ‘Katherine Mansfield and the Art of Fiction’, The New Review 42.4 (1977), 27-36

Stone, Jean E. ‘New Light on Katherine Mansfield’, Quadrant, 22.8 (1978), 43-7

Strachan, Walter J., ‘Virginia Woolf and Katherine Mansfield: Facets of a Relationship’, Contemporary Review, 256.1488 (1990), 16-21.

Sutherland, Ronald, ‘Katherine Mansfield: Plagiarist, Disciple or Ardent Admirer’, Critique, 5.2 (1962), 58-76

Tanifuji, Isamu, ‘Katherine Mansfield’s Stranious Pursuit of the Life in Cases of “The Tiredness of Rosabel”, “Mr and Mrs Dove”, “The Garden Party”, “The Fly” and “The Canary”’, Tohoku Gakuin University Review: Essays and Studies in English Language and Literature, 78 (1986), 31-61

Taylor, Donald S. and Daniel A. Weiss, ‘Crashing the Garden Party’, Modern Fiction Studies, 4.4 (1958-59), 361-64

Tomlinson, H. M., ‘Katherine Mansfield’, Nation & Athenaeum,32, 20 January 1923, p. 609

Treweek and H.C. Coombs (Sydney: Aulla, 1970), 230-1
––––  ‘The Genesis and Development of the Katherine Mansfield Legend in France’, AUMLA (November 1970), 252–63

Uglow, Jennifer, ‘Self-revelation and the self revealed’, Times Literary Supplement,13 January 1984, p. 47

Verzea, Ileana. ‘Katherine Mansfield, an Innovator of the Short Story’, Revista de Istorie Si Teorie Literara, 23.1 (1974), 79-85

Walt, James, ‘Conrad and Katherine Mansfield’, Conradiana: A Journal of Joseph Conrad, 4.1 (1972), 41-52

Waldron, Philip, ‘Katherine Mansfield’s Journal’, Twentieth-Century Literature, 20, 1 (January 1974), 11–18

Walker, Warren S., ‘The Unresolved Conflict in “The Garden Party”’, Modern Fiction Studies, 3 (1957-58), 354-58

Webby, Elizabeth, ‘Katherine Mansfield: Everything and Nothing’, Meanjin, 41.2 (1982), 236-43

Woods, Joanna, ‘The Reception of Katherine Mansfield’s Work in the Soviet Union’, New Zealand Slavonic Journal (1996), 95-147.

Zapf, Hubert, ‘Time and Space in Katherine Mansfield’s “The Garden Party”’, Orbis Litterarum, 40.1 (1985), 44-54

Zorn, Marilyn, ‘Visionary Flowers: Another Study of Katherine Mans­field’s “Bliss”’, Studies in Short Fiction (Spring 1980), 141–47