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Welcome
The Garden Party
by
Katherine Mansfield
A Story of Class-Consciousness
Presented by
Nazmul Hassan
Batch:37th
ID: 143010101...
Characters of Different Classes
Focused in the Story
 Upper Class; Sheridan Family
i. Laura
ii. Mrs. Sheridan (Laura’s Mo...
Obvious Distinction Exists in Every Society
 Ordering the Workers
 The Working Class may have A Good
Choice
 Laura’s Do...
 Forbidden Her Children to Mix
with the Lower Class Family
 Did not Stop the Party When Mr.
Scott Died
 Asked Laura to ...
 Laura Tries to Dissolve the
Distinction in the Society. But
She is Restricted by Her Class
 Hesitated to Go to the Hous...
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The Garden Party Class Distinction

The Garden Party Class Distinction

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The Garden Party Class Distinction

  1. 1. Welcome
  2. 2. The Garden Party by Katherine Mansfield A Story of Class-Consciousness Presented by Nazmul Hassan Batch:37th ID: 143010101003
  3. 3. Characters of Different Classes Focused in the Story  Upper Class; Sheridan Family i. Laura ii. Mrs. Sheridan (Laura’s Mother) iii. Meg & Jose (Laura’s Sisters) iv. Laurie (Laura’s Brother)  Lower Class; Scott Family i. Mr. Scott (Marginal Man) ii. Mrs. Scott (Scott’s Wife)  Working Class; The Workers Katherine Mansfield
  4. 4. Obvious Distinction Exists in Every Society  Ordering the Workers  The Working Class may have A Good Choice  Laura’s Dominating Expression over the Workers  Unusual Eating Practice of Laura  Laura Becomes Impressed by the Workmen’s Natural Behavior Workers & Laura
  5. 5.  Forbidden Her Children to Mix with the Lower Class Family  Did not Stop the Party When Mr. Scott Died  Asked Laura to Deliver the Remaining Food from Party Obvious Distinction Exists in Every Society Neighbors: Treatment of Mrs. Sheridan
  6. 6.  Laura Tries to Dissolve the Distinction in the Society. But She is Restricted by Her Class  Hesitated to Go to the House of Scott Family with the Food  Felt Embarrassed in the Scott Family House Obvious Distinction Exists in Every Society Neighbors: Treatment of Laura
  7. 7. Thank You

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