The Turn of the Screw Essay | Essay

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Book Review of "Turn of the Screw"

Summary: Essay provides a book review of "Turn of The Screw" by Henry James as well as how it relates to the views of Sigmund Freud.
Freud has been a psychoanalyst to be said that shaped the view of people in the twentieth century. Nearly everyone has heard of him and his opinions on the holistic ideas of how everyone acts, should act and their thoughts and ideas. This article related closely to Freud and his open ideas and the idea of conscious related to The Secret Sharer and the feeling of consciousness and right from wrong. The Freudian ideas are relative to say that people make their own decisions, think their own thoughts and have a never-ending fighting conscious that throws ideas at them in the utmost unthinkable times. Nearly everyone always considers both sides of a decision and makes the choice of which is right or which is wrong. The conscious helps you decide this and is that little voice in you head that you hear talking to you all the time...

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