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"Miss Brill" by Katherine Mansfield
Miss Brill: Point of View and Setting
The story "Miss Brill" by Katherine Mansfield is told to us in the third person; by someone watching. We are given a poetic description of a beautiful afternoon at the park. We can see and also feel the crispness in the air. Our narrator also allows us to see into Miss Brill's perceptions, thoughts, feelings, and into her world as a whole. We see the world through her eyes. We feel her emotions.
This beautiful fall afternoon at Jardins Publique is described in such detail that I could actually see what was happening. I could hear the band playing. …
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