The Voyage: Short Story

Katherine Mansfield

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The Voyage: Short Story

The Voyage Short Story Fenella Crane struggles to keep up with her father and grandmother as they stride toward the Picton boat Her neatly rolled luggage is strapped to her back and she clutches her grandmother s umbrella c

  • Title: The Voyage: Short Story
  • Author: Katherine Mansfield
  • ISBN: 9781443439749
  • Page: 127
  • Format: ebook
  • Fenella Crane struggles to keep up with her father and grandmother as they stride toward the Picton boat Her neatly rolled luggage is strapped to her back and she clutches her grandmother s umbrella closely to her Her father looks tired and sad, she thinks, and as the second whistle blows, he removes his hat and takes his mother in his arms Fenella wants to know how lonFenella Crane struggles to keep up with her father and grandmother as they stride toward the Picton boat Her neatly rolled luggage is strapped to her back and she clutches her grandmother s umbrella closely to her Her father looks tired and sad, she thinks, and as the second whistle blows, he removes his hat and takes his mother in his arms Fenella wants to know how long she is going to stay with her grandparents on the South Island, and when her father presses a shilling on her, just in case, she has her answer forever.HarperPerennial Classics brings great works of literature to life in digital format, upholding the highest standards in ebook production and celebrating reading in all its forms Look for titles in the HarperPerennial Classics collection to build your digital library.

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    One thought on “The Voyage: Short Story

    1. Gary on said:

      A delicate story of a family undergoing major changes in an understated way.

    2. Laura on said:

      Opening lines:The Picton boat was due to leave at half-past eleven. It was a beautiful night, mild, starry, only when they got out of the cab and started to walk down the Old Wharf that jutted out into the harbour, a faint wind blowing off the water ruffled under Fenella’s hat, and she put up her hand to keep it on. It was dark on the Old Wharf, very dark; the wool sheds, the cattle trucks, the cranes standing up so high, the little squat railway engine, all seemed carved out of solid darkness [...]

    3. Samatha Lepaio on said:

      I may be a little biased as "the Picton boat" written about in this novel is the one I refer to as the Ferry and Picton is my hometown but still, I've always enjoyed Katherine Mansfield's novels

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