[A] hugely impressive achievement, which sheds new light on the verse, as well as the full range of Mansfield's aphoristic, parodic, and journalistic narratives.--Modern Literature It is not possible here, unfortunately, to outline the vast number of literary affiliations, connections, resonances, interests, and passions that emerge from this volume, enlarging our understanding of Mansfield and of the wider literary and historical contexts within which she worked. For Mansfield scholars and for those working in related fields, this volume is quite simply indispensable. --Isobel Maddison, Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge "The Modern Language Review, Vol. 112, No. 2 "
Gerri Kimber is Senior Lecturer in Modernism and Postcolonial Studies at the University of Northampton. Angela Smith is Professor Emeritus of English Studies at the University of Stirling. Anna Plumridge is doctoral student at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.