What are the examples of modernism in "The Garden Party" by Katherine Mansfield?
As with many works of modernist literature, "The Garden Party" has a fairly straightforward plot. And yet, beneath the simple surface, there is a lot more going on. This itself is one of the key characteristics of literary modernism: the notion that what's really important in life lies buried beneath the surface of our daily existence.
Related to this idea is the epiphany, the moment of sudden realization that often crops up in modernist works. In "The Garden Party," such a...
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