The Garden Party: And Other Stories Questions and Answers
How does the narrator establish a sense of social class in the opening of the story "The Garden Party"?
What has Laura learned by the end of the story? Has she completely rejected her family's values? Does Laurie really understand his sister? Make sure that you provided evidence from the text. Do not forget to include in-text citations.
Laura said, "Isn't life--" But what life she couldnt explain." What it Laura trying to say about what she thinks of life in "The Garden Party"?
What is Laura trying to say about life in this quote from "The Garden Party," and what does it mean? "Don't cry," (Laurie) said in his warm, loving voice. "Was it awful?" "No," sobbed Laura. "It was simple marvelous. But Laurie--" She stopped, she looked at her brother. "Isn't life," she stammered, "isn't life--" But what life was she couldn't explain. No matter. He quite understood. "Isn't it, darling?" said Laurie."
How does Katherine Mansfield depict the distinction between upper class and lower class people in "The Garden Party"?
Write a short note on Mr. Scott's death and Laura's reaction after hearing about his death according to "The Garden Party."
In "The Garden Party," at last, Laura did not finish her words. What did you think she would have said?
Explain how the following quote relates to Laura's character in"The Garden Party:" “And the heart that is soonest awake to the flowers is always the first to be touched by the thorns.” Thomas Moore (1779-1852)
I want to write a good thesis statement for "the garden party" about the relationship between the rich and poor in the story.Can you please help me?
In "The Garden Party" by Katherine Mansfield, how has Laura grown? What has she learned from her day and how does she mature from her experience? Also, what could we predict for her future after that day?
What does "Innocence and Experience" mean as a theme in Katherine Mansfield's The Garden Party from The Garden Party: And Other Stories?
Contrast Laura's attitude toward the workman with her attitude toward the silly boys of her social class. Why did she feel that way?
Pretend you are Laura from Katherine Mansfield’s “The Garden Party” writing in a private journal about her feelings about her mother both before and after she finds out about the accident. What would you write about?
In Katherine Mansfield's story "The Garden Party," why can't Laura finish her sentence at the end of the story?
In "The Garden Party" by Katherine Mansfield, who are the antagonists of the story, and besides Laura, who else could qualify to be a protagonist?
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