We find another example of epiphany in the short story “ Miss Brill ” written by Katherine Manfield. Miss Brill, being delighted to be part of the season in the “Jardins Publique”, particularly on Sundays, prepares herself for the occasion on a chilly day. She wears her fur coat and walks towards a band playing music in the park. She sees life everywhere around her, and it pleases her to imagine that she is part of all that takes place; a component of a living life that makes itself visible every Sunday to notice and be noticed. In a flash of epiphany, she recognizes that she and everyone else in the park are mere actors, acting out their roles. There was nothing important about that gathering of actors and she was alone despite being with a crowd.