Tinakori: Critical Journal of the Katherine Mansfield Society

Tinakori, the Critical Journal of the Katherine Mansfield Society is an official online series, recognised by the British Library and with its own ISSN number: ISSN 2514-6106

If you have an essay on Katherine Mansfield which you would like us to consider publishing in our Online Series please contact the Editors of Tinakori, Dr Kym Brindle and Dr Karen D’Souza, at kms@katherinemansfieldsociety.org 

All essays submitted will be double peer-reviewed prior to acceptance.

 


Tinakori Issue 4

 

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A Home of One’s Own: House, Home and the Woman Alone in the Short Stories of Katherine Mansfield and Janet Frame
POLLY HOSKINS

The Domestic, the Gothic and the Uncanny in Katherine Mansfield’s ‘The House’
SHARON GORDON

The City as a Threshold in the Writing of Katherine Mansfield and Jean Rhys: ‘Wavering Between Two Worlds’
IMOGEN WALLERSTEINER

Redrawing boundaries: Challenges to Colonial Spatiality in the Works of Katherine Mansfield and Jean Rhys
UTTARA RANGARAJAN

Domestic Settler Colonialism in Katherine Mansfield’s ‘Old Tar’ and ‘The Garden Party’
MEGAN KUSTER

Katherine Mansfield’s Australia
MARTIN GRIFFITHS

Interview with Professor Kirsty Gunn
KYM BRINDLE

 


Tinakori Issue 3

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‘All Sorts of Lives’: Katherine Mansfield’s Ecopoetics in ‘At the Bay’ 
Justyna Kostkowska 

The Boss’s Office: Space, Power, and Trauma in Katherine Mansfield’s ‘The Fly’ 
Sara Krolewski 

‘Sitting in other people’s lives’: Inspiration, Influence and Modernist Literary Sensibilities in Katherine Mansfield’s ‘Miss Brill’ and Violette Leduc’s The Lady and the Little Fox Fur 
Sharon Gordon 

 


Tinakori Issue 2

 

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‘Before art can be human again, it must first learn to be brutal’: Katherine Mansfield, the self and Rhythm
Louise Edensor

‘I want for one moment to make our undiscovered country leap into the eyes of the Old World’: The Depiction of Home in Katherine Mansfield’s Later Stories
Lotta Schneidemesser

Repeated ‘Mouths’ in Katherine Mansfield’s Writing
Eiko Nakano

Beneath the Performance: Identity in Katherine Mansfield’s ‘Miss Brill’ and Virginia Woolf’s Orlando: A Biography
Kristin Bryant Rajan

 


Tinakori Issue 1 

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A Distant Reading of Katherine Mansfield and Virginia 
By Supatra Gill
 
‘Cast Aside’ – An Extra in the Pictures: Mansfield’s Modernist Representation of the Marginal 
Anthony Stepniak
 
After Hornsey Lane: Beauchamp Forebears 
Jennifer Walker
 
Katherine Mansfield: Fifty Years After 
Moira Taylor
 
‘Complementary Cousins: Constructing the Maternal in the Writing of Elizabeth von Arnim and Katherine Mansfield’ 
Isobel Maddison
 
A Second Flowering
Isobel Maddison