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miss brill instinctively romanticizes themshe sees them as rich, glamorous heroes of the play, who are in love, because they dress nicely and because they are young, fitting the stereotype of romantic heroes in films and books. Miss brill is attracted to their conversation and includes them in the all-inclusive theory she holds about humanity. Analysis miss brill is a short story in which nothing really happens, but in which readers can discern much about modernist concerns with perception and subjectivity, potent but tenuous imagery, and contemporary loneliness and isolation. Whereas, miss brill seems to come out of that delusion by the rapprochement of the young couple. However, in the end she also realizes that her fur coat is old and shabby. Its a fine day with a slight chill in the air in the jardin publiques, a park in france. Miss brill wears her fur stole, which is starting to show its age a bit. She had taken it out of storage that afternoon and brushed it. Analysis of miss brill miss brill was written by katherine mansfield and first published on november 26, 1920 in the literary magazine athenaeum. The self-titled protagonist blurs the line between fantasy and reality on an ordinary sunday outing to the public gardens. miss brill reveals herself to us through her perceptions of the other people in the park--the other players in the company. Since she doesnt really know anyone, she characterizes these people by the clothes they wear (for example, a fine old man in a velvet coat, an englishman wearing a dreadful panama hat, little boys with big white silk bows under their chins), observing these.