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By this time Katherine Mansfield and John Middleton Murry were living, with
Carrington and Dorothy Brett, at 3 Gower Street, a house rented from Maynard
Keynes, who himself had taken over the Bells' house at 46 Gordon Square.
Writing in the Athenaeum Katherine Mansfield was discreet; but she said enough
to inflict pain. Virginia thought it a spiteful review; so did Leonard. "He could see
her looking about for a loophole of escape. 'I'm not going to call this a success- ...
... 123, 128 Mrs Dalloway in Bond Street, 87 Munich, 207, 2 1on Murphy,
Bernadette, 114 Murry, John Middleton, his character, 50; his pamphlet, 65;
thinks VW at a dead end, 100; ref: 37n, 51, 69, 70, 74, 100 — Katherine (
Katherine Mansfield) ...
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Appendix B Fantasy upon a Gentleman
A Note on Sources and References
A Short Bibliography