Turn of the Screw by: Henry James After information The Turn of the Screw, by Henry James, I was leave with many unanswered questions. The two main questions are, are the ghosts in the story real, or are they just figments of the narrators imagination? When I read though the essays of criticism, I took a stand on one particular argument. I took a stand that supports the argument that the ghosts are real.
In this story we chance upon many strange things taking place at a house on Harley Street in a towns pack called Bly. We meet Mrs. Grose a housekeeper who is taking care of the house piece of music the master is out of town. The governess, also the narrator and unnamed in this story, has more credentials than the housekeeper and is mainly in charge of lovingness for the children. Flora and Miles, two young children who are left in the care of these women until their uncle returns. Throughout the story the governess explains to Mrs. Grose that she is seeing two people staring at her. At first Mrs. Grose thinks what she is saying is ridiculous, precisely after careful examination she begins to agree with the governess. The governess explains in lavish detail what these people looked like and Mrs. Grose tells her its the ghosts of Peter fivesome (the previous butler) and Miss.
Jessel (a previous maid).
Mrs. Grose may or may not see the ghosts the same as the governess. After realizing the governess is quite panic-stricken of these ghosts, she might be beginning to play a intent to rent full control over Flora. Mrs. Grose wants Flora to herself because she has no children of her own. Every time the governess sees the figures Mrs. Grose is around. Is this a coincidence? Is Mrs. Grose...If you want to get a full essay, order it on our website: Ordercustompaper.com
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