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Mystifying Symbolism

Summary: Essay discusses the symbolism in Henry James' "The Turn of the Screw."
Henry James is known as one of the most intricate and thought-provoking storytellers. His works do not directly tell what is happening, but rather he shows it through detailed writings. His stories send a chill through the reader's body due to the anticipation of what is to come. One of his most skillful writing attributes is his uncanny knack in the use of symbolism. In The Turn of the Screw by Henry James, symbolism plays a major role and propels the story through the introduction of apparitions, the changing personalities among the characters, and supernatural occurrences.

The governess's visions of the apparitions Peter Quint and Miss Jessel bring about many critical changes in the characters of Miles and Flora. The first child that is introduced is Flora. She is a young girl of no more than five with striking beauty. Miles then arrives at the home from school...

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