What are the life lessons that we can learn by this story, "The Garden Party"?
In "The Garden Party," the short story by Katherine Mansfield , the are presented with a stunning contrast: the wealthy, carefree family to which the main character, Laura, belongs, and the poverty-stricken dwellings that exist just outside of the Sheridan's world. The biggest life lesson, I feel, that we the reader can take from "The Garden Party" has to do with the fragility of life...
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