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Lockdown Literature, week 2: Bliss

Your story for this week is Bliss by Katherine Mansfield. Let it take you to a place far from our current concerns - a rarefied part of London society in very different times; enjoy the quirky world-view of our heroine, Bertha. And, oh, that last line...! We would love to know what you think about Bertha and her story. It is easy to leave a comment here - just scroll down to the bottom of the page - but you do need to sign in to do so. Thanks!

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