Tag: Katherine Mansfield


A Short Analysis of Katherine Mansfield’s ‘The Daughters of the Late Colonel’

On one of Mansfield’s finest stories ‘The Daughters of the Late Colonel’: as titles go, it is one of Katherine Mansfield’s more helpfully instructive. This modernist short story from 1922 focuses on Josephine and Constantia, or ‘Jug’ and ‘Con’ as they affectionately know each other, two sisters whose father, the […]