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The governess of two enigmatic children fears their souls are in danger from the ghosts of the previous governess and her sinister lover.
PART I. THE TURN OF THE SCREW: THE COMPLETE TEXT IN CULTURAL CONTEXT
Biographical and Historical Contexts
The Complete Text [New York Edition, 1908]
Cultural Documents and Illustrations
PART II. THE TURN OF THE SCREW: A CASE STUDY IN CONTEMPORARY CRITICISM
Wayne C. Booth
Glossary of Literary and Critical Terms
Posted July 10, 2002
The Turn of the Screw was THE most exciting book I have ever read besides R.L. Stine. There was so much action. And henry James has a genious way of writing suspense stories without letting you know too much. You suspect all of the characters and can never really narrow it down until the very end. I enjoyed this book so much that I will look into reading more of James' novels
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