“It’s quite right,” she said calmly. “Yes, I ordered them. Aren’t they lovely?” She pressed Laura’s arm. “I was passing the shop yesterday, and I saw them in the window. And I suddenly thought for once in my life I shall have enough canna lilies. The garden-party will be a good excuse.”
This etext was prepared by Sue Asscher IN A GERMAN PENSION by Katherine Mansfield Contents. 1. Germans at Meat. 2. The Baron. 3. The Sister of the Baroness. 4. Frau Fischer. 5. Frau Brechenmacher attends a Wedding. 6. The Modern Soul. 7. At Lehmann’s. 8. The Luft Bad. 9. A Birthday. 10. The Child-Who-Was-Tired. 11.