Theory:

The story "The Little Girl" by Katherine Mansfield revolves around a young girl's relationship with her father. The author talks about how one misconceives certain things at a young age. When they grew up, their perception changes. It is easy to mistake the events that happen around us. When we judge a person or an event, we generally see it from our own point of view. We do not try to put ourselves in the other person's position and hence find fault with them. The little girl in the story initially misunderstands her father. Her perception gets changed after a few incidents. The story also talks about familial bonds. It revolves around how different people can have different kinds of families and yet exist in their own terms.
 
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The little girl with her father