The Turn of the Screw Essay | Essay

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The Turn of the Screw - Henry James and Benjamin Britten

Summary: A comparison of Henry James' short story "The Turn of the Screw" and Benjamin Britten's Opera.
Pliny says that in the desarts of Africk, you shall meet oftentimes with fairies appearing in the shape of men and women, but they vanish quite away like phantastical delusions. John Aubrey's apparitions don't often behave like ordinary phantastical delusions. The Laird Bocconi appeared to his friend Lord Middleton imprisoned in the Tower of London after the Battle of Worcester, under three locks. My Lord Middleton asked him if he were dead or alive. He said dead, and that he was a ghost; and told him, that within three days he should escape, and he did so, in his wife's clothes. When he (the ghost) had done his message, he gave a frisk, and said:

Givenni Givenni `tis very strange,

In the world to see so sudden a change.

And then gathered up and vanished. Most ghosts when they have done their message don't give frisks and recite...

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