The Turn of the Screw - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

The household trooped to church on Sunday morning. As the governess walked at Miles's side, she contemplated how she had kept him close to her without his objection, and that, should he decide to pursue the independence appropriate for his age and gender, she would not be able to stop him. Miles drove the point home that day by asking her when he might return to school. He further noted that it was not entirely appropriate for a boy his age to spend all his time with a lady. He said that he had been good, and that she couldn't complain with the exception of that one night. She responded that he wouldn't do that again and he agreed that he would not do that particular act again, as it was nothing, but he wanted to experience more life, to spend more time...

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