I think ... I am going to die.' - Katherine Mansfield at Fontainebleau
This stunning chapter from Kathleen Jones's biography 'Katherine Mansfield: The Story-teller' (2010) describes Mansfield's last days and death at chateau near Paris, the centre of a spiritual movement led by the mysterious Russian philosopher-mystic Georges Gurdjieff.
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||1 April 2013 by Bridget Williams Books
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When Miss Katherine Mansfield, the brilliant novelist, passed away the other day in almost the spring of her promise, it was in a curious little oasis in the historic Forest of Fontainebleau...' From The Graphic, 10 March 1923
This moving, beautifully written chapter from Kathleen Jones's biography Katherine Mansfield: The Story-teller(2010), describes Mansfield's last days and death at a chateau near Paris, the centre of a spiritual movement led by the mysterious Russian philosopher-mystic Georges Gurdjieff.
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Kathleen Jones's published work includes radio journalism, articles for magazines and newspapers, short fiction and 10 books, a mixture of biography, general non-fiction and poetry. They include biographies of the Victorian poet Christina Rossetti, Catherine Cookson, and Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle, along with A Passionate Sisterhood, an account of the lives of women who lived with 'the lake poets'. She divides her time between England, Italy and New Zealand.