First published in 1911, Katherine Mansfield's collection In a German Pension was inspired by her extended stay in a spa town in Bavaria in 1909, during which she suffered a miscarriage. The collection brought her instant fame and popularity as a short story writer, particularly as her amusing - though less than favourable - caricatures of the Germans were very popular at that time.
"Germans at Meat"
"The Sister of the Baroness"
"Frau Brechenmacher Attends a Wedding"
"The Modern Soul"
"The Luft Bad"
"The Advanced Lady"
"The Swing of the Pendulum"
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