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Symbolism in the doll’s house katherine mansfield’s the doll’s house, clearly illustrates the symbolic journey of kezia as she wanders in her childhood purity the symbolic relationship that kezia develops with the lamp in the doll’s house, is critical to the development of the plot. 50 genilda azerêdo, affective (mis) encounters in a doll’s house “the doll’s house” is one of several short stories by katherine mansfield having children as main characters. The doll’s house was written by katherine mansfield in the fading years of her life it was written to address the social injustices she witnessed growing up in new zealand, a society with a very strict and rigid social class system. Books by and about katherine mansfield click this icon to engrave the quote on mugs, bookmarks, t-shirts and much more were really too big for the doll's house.