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POEM Camomile Tea - by Katherine Mansfield
July 19, 2014 Jason McCrossan
Monday Matters: Music, News, & Interviews

POEM Camomile Tea - by Katherine Mansfield

July 19, 2014

Jason McCrossan

Every Saturday on 106.9 SFM - Jason McCrossan presents Tranquil Time - a moment in time to slow everything down; ponder and relax. The poems are read by Gill Fraser Lee. Katherine Mansfield was courageous, contradictory, self-willed, single-minded, argumentative, elusive, in both her life and her work, and always defied the attempts of posterity to pin down the qualities that fascinated her contemporaries. Bertrand Russell admired her brain and would have liked to seduce her; Virginia Woolf said she ‘stank like a civet cat that has taken to street walking’ but admitted that she loved her ‘I suppose in my own way’, and that Katherine was the only writer whose writing she was jealous of.
Every Saturday on 106.9 SFM - Jason McCrossan presents Tranquil Time - a moment in time to slow everything down; ponder and relax. The poems are read by Gill Fraser Lee. Katherine Mansfield was courageous, contradictory, self-willed, single-minded, argumentative, elusive, in both her life and her work, and always defied the attempts of posterity to pin down the qualities that fascinated her contemporaries. Bertrand Russell admired her brain and would have liked to seduce her; Virginia Woolf said she ‘stank like a civet cat that has taken to street walking’ but admitted that she loved her ‘I suppose in my own way’, and that Katherine was the only writer whose writing she was jealous of.
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