Student Tutor Course Date Literary analysis: Mansfield's "Miss Brill." In "Miss Brill" a story by Katherine Mansfield’s the author depicts an old English teacher who lives in France. Moreover the old woman visits the Public Gardens each Sunday to observe other park visitors as well as listening to the band play. On this specific Sunday Miss Brill realizes that it is good enough to unpack her dear fur. Notably she has put on the fur for quite some time and is very excited to put it on again. On reaching to the park she sits on her treasured bench and goes ahead to observe individuals around her as well as listening to the band. Miss Brill has much fun and lives in fantasy up to a point when two young children a boy and a girl: that she first describes as a hero and heroine of the drama intrudes has realized how lonely she is. She can no longer escape from the reality and live in fantasy as she was used to but rather face her loneliness. The feeling of loneliness is so strong and can be noticed based on the reality that after she put back her fur into the box Miss Brill assumed that she had heard some cry. It is most probable that when the story is ending Mansfield could be suggesting that Miss Brill who is crying after realizing how lonely her life was. Works Cited Feidelson Charles. "Symbolism and American literature." (2014). Mansfield Katherine. Miss Brill. Penguin UK 2015. Muecke Douglas Colin. Irony. Vol. 13. Methuen 2017. Song Shenli. "A Stylistic Analysis of" Miss Brill" by Katherine Mansfield." Review of European Studies 1.2 (2009): 117. Yun-dong YANG Yan LI. "Sound Symbolism in Miss Brill [J]." Journal of Yuxi Teachers' College 8 (2016): 020. [...]
Literary analysis paper. Formal MLA heading, Title (centered but no bolded, Italicized or in quotations), double spaces, Times New Roman 12 point font, work cited page. On the first page that i attached at the bottom, you can see it is due in sections. If you are able to give it to me in sections, i wouldn't needed it finished all by the 3/26/18.