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Miss Brill: A Insignificant Soul Every Sunday, Miss Brill looked forward to a Superb afternoon in the park. There, she would secretly dive into the lifestyles of the surrounding human beings, carrying in each of the words and activities and making a fantasy world all of her own which she was sure she belonged in, but she had been mistaken. Her dream world does crumble, and Miss Brill, the protagonist at the short story, "Miss Brill" by Katherine Mansfield, soon finds herself in fact. Miss Brill could be clearly seen as a level, yet lively character, as may be depicted through her thought transformation. "Miss Brill has been happy that she had determined her "fur" for this Sunday afternoon in the playground. Her little friend she wore around her neck are the perfect companion to love such a gorgeous moment. After going to the park and sitting down, Miss Brill wants to talk to the other people sitting around, but they never make a noise, though after this she confesses to listening to their discussions. "She had become really quite expert, she thought, at listening as though she didn't hear, at sitting in different people's lives just for a moment while they spoke round her." Within minutes, Miss Brill is commenting on other people: The previous people who sat around the benches like statues, the little children running here and there, a beautiful woman inadvertently dropping violets around the floor, and after a little boy picks up them and tries to...