The Turn of the Screw Essay | The Writing Style of Henry James

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The Writing Style of Henry James

Summary: Essay is a literary analysis about the works of Henry James and is based on the books "Turn of the Screw" and "The American."
Henry James's styles in most of his works are similar to each other and compliment the novels. James makes his readers better understand his novels by using the settings to relate to the themes, using characters to represent the conflicts in the plot, using different techniques of styles to make understand the full meaning of the novels, and by using recurrent themes and various qualities of writing. His proper mix of his style to the theme of each novel makes his works unique.

Henry James uses the setting of the novel to make his readers better understand the novel. Henry uses different time periods and eras to show the obstacles faced by the characters. The setting is very important in his novels. The novel, The American takes place during the French aristocratic era. Every character in the novel except the protagonist has strong feelings...

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