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Summary of the setting in the garden party by katherine mansfield the setting in the book the garden-party is a very central element in the story. The garden party is a 1922 short story by katherine mansfield it was first published (as the garden-party) in three parts in the saturday westminster gazette on 4 and 11 february 1922, and the weekly westminster gazette on 18 february 1922 it later appeared in the garden party: and other. Chimamanda adichie on the garden party by katherine mansfield. Katherine mansfield's work one of my favourites the garden party collection is a masterpiece how many have you read.
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The garden-party is a short story written by katherine mansfield in 1922 in the story we meet laura sheridan a young, privileged girl who has two older.
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