In the beginning of this story, Miss Brill seems to be a part of the upper class and enjoys her Sunday afternoons in the Jardins Publiques.
However Miss Brill enjoys her time in the gardens for reasons that go beyond the casual conversation and social aspects of the Sunday gatherings.
Miss Brill's imagination shows that she is isolated from the real world and wants to make her life seem like it has more value.
As Miss Brill observes the people in the gardens she makes the assumption that some of them were odd, silent, nearly all old, and looked like they were from little dark rooms or even cupboards.
In the story "Miss Brill" by Katherine Mansfield, the author uses various ways to fully characterize Miss Brill, and in doing so reveals the many sides and complexity of her character.
It is difficult to understand Miss Brill because she does not understand herself.
Quote and document according to the guidelines in the chapter "Writing About Literature" at the back of our textbook.
This short story is narrated in the third person from the point of view of the limited omniscient narrator who primarily acts as the voice of the storys protagonist, Miss Brill.
Develop a clear argument to show how the narrator's point of view is essential to the audience's recognizing and understanding the theme.
Support your argument with specific observations and analysis.