Table of Contents
Introduction, Janet Wilson
"Katherine Mansfield: Cannibal", Aimee Gasston
"Mansfield as (Post)colonial-Modernist: Rewriting the Contract with Death", Janet Wilson
"Colonialism and the Need for Impurity: Katherine Mansfield 'The Garden Party' and Postcolonial Feeling", Emmanouil Aretoulakis
"How Katherine Mansfield was Kidnapped. Hypothesis on a (Post)colonial Family Romance", Lorenzo Mari
"'Unmasking' the First-Person Narrator of In a German Pension", Todd Martin
"Workmanship and Wildness: Katherine Mansfield on Edith Wharton's The Age of Innocence", Emily Ridge
"Home and Abroad in the South Pacific: Spaces and Places in Robert Louis Stevenson's and Katherine Mansfield's Short Fiction", Stefanie Rudig
"Literatures of Expatriation and the Colonial Mansfield", Anne Brown-Berens
Creative Writing; Poetry; C. K. Stead: "Names and Places"
Kathleen Jones: "Excavating the Bones", "Nightmare", "L'Incubo"
Gladys Mary Coles: "Katherine Mansfield's Mirror", "This Nettle, Danger", "Poem for Jeanne's Birthday"
Witi Ihimaera: "Waiting for La Petite Anglaise"
Reports "The Lawrences, Katherine Mansfield and the 'Ricordi' Postcard", Andrew Harrison
"A Little Episode: The Forgotten Typescripts of Katherine Mansfield", Chris Mourant
"Report from the Turnbull Library", Fiona Oliver
"Two French books Belonging to Katherine Mansfield", Gerri Kimber
Editing the new Collected Fiction of Katherine Mansfield, 2 vols (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2012), Gerri Kimber and Vincent O'Sullivan, eds, Vincent O'Sullivan
"Names Painting," Penelope Jadckson
Vincent O'Sullivan: Frank O'Connor, The Lonely Voice
Marco Sonzogni: Kimber, Gerri and O'Sullivan, Vincent, eds, The Collected Fiction of Katherine Mansfield, 1898-1915 (Volume 1) and The Collected Fiction of Katherine Mansfield 1916-1922 (Volume 2)
Isobel Maddison: Martin Hipsky, Modernism and the Women's Popular Romance in Britain, 1885-1925
Brigid Magner: Calder, Alex, The Settler's Plot: How Stories Take Place in New Zealand
D'Cruz, Doreen and John C. Ross
The Lonely and the Alone: the Poetics of Isolation in New Zealand Fiction
Alexandra Smith: Diment, Galya, A Russian Jew of Bloomsbury: The Life and Times of Samuel Koteliansky
Notes on Contributors