Katherine Mansfield was a writer best known for her modernist short stories and her association with Virginia Woolf and other members of the Bloomsbury Group.
Born in Wellington, New Zealand, Mansfield moved to London in 1903. While there, Mansfield became a proficient cellist, and published her first short stories in school newspapers and literary magazines. When she became editor of her college’s newspaper, Mansfield found her life’s work and decided to become a writer.
Mansfield led a...