- Title Pages
- Introduction: Thinking Sideways through One’s Sisters
- Powers of Disgust: Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf
- Together and Apart
- Seated between ‘Geniuses’: Conrad Aiken’s Imaginative and Critical Responses to Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf
- Katherine’s Secrets
- A Conversation Set to Flowers: Beyond the Origins of Kew Gardens
- ‘Roses blooming under glass; lips cut with a knife’: Hermeneutics of the Modern Female Face in Woolf and Mansfield
- The Fly and the Displaced Self: Affective Potential in the Epiphanic Moments of Mansfield, Woolf and Lawrence
- Dangerous Reading in Mansfield’s Stories and Woolf’s ‘The Fisherman and His Wife’
- Virginia Woolf’s ‘Moments of Being: “Slater’s Pins Have No Points”’
- How too weird
- ‘Not the kind to die’: Katherine Mansfield and the Unquiet Ghost of ‘little brother’
- ‘Which of my many […] hundreds of selves?’ Extending Mansfield’s Posthumous Literary Reception
- Notes on Contributors
- (p.173) Poetry
- Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf
- Edinburgh University Press
Forbidden to touch her hair,
he touches it.
Or does he?
In God’s truth I tell you,
the back of my hand
brushed her soft brown curls.
‘“Mine beyond words”’.
may lean over cases
coveting her keepsakes.
‘I have had my thrill for the night....
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