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The Turn of the Screw: a Look at the Supernatural

Summary: Over the years, Henry James' short story, "The Turn of the Screw," has provoked great discussion and debate, as it concerns the ongoing question of the existence of the supernatural. "The Turn of the Screw" relays the story of a young governess, sent to the secluded, mysterious estate of Bly to supervise two young children, Miles and Flora, her employers nephew and niece.
Over the years, Henry James' short story, "The Turn of the Screw," has provokes great discussion and debate, as it concerns the ongoing question of the existence of the supernatural. "The Turn of the Screw" relays the story of a young governess, sent to the secluded, mysterious estate of Bly to supervise two young children, Miles and Flora, her employers nephew and niece. The housekeeper, Mrs. Grose, seems to be the only adult the governess develops a relationship with and is used by James to create ambiguity concerning the truth of the happenings of Bly. Having been persuaded by the charm of her employer to accept the job, the governess arrives at the house only to be greeted by the strange appearances of apparitions she concludes to be former employees of the house, Miss Jessel, the governess, and Peter Quint, the master's valet. While the children deny the...

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