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Miss Brill is a brief fiction story written by Katherine Mansfield, that was first released in November 1920 at Athenaeum, a British literary magazine and subsequently in Mansfield's The Garden Party she treasures it and addresses it as "Dear little thing" or even "Little Rogue". This small piece of garment is the only thing in her lifetime that she cares enough about to discuss her Sunday ritual with; it is more to her than the accessory. In fact, she's reassured and comforted by the presence of the fur round her throat: "Miss Brill put her hand and touched her fur.  It was nice to believe it again" (Par. 1). The fur also ironically signifies everything she doesn't have in her own life: debut...