The Turn of the Screw - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 Summary

The governess could not enter the church. She believed Miles saw her fear of dealing with the school expulsion issue, and would use it against her to obtain his freedom. She did not want to have to deal with it with the uncle. For the first time, she wanted to get away from Miles, and she quickly determined that she could flee. She returned to the house and sat on the steps with her head in her hands. Remembering that she had seen her predecessor in this manner, she stood again and proceeded to the schoolroom to collect her things.

In the schoolroom, the governess encountered the object of her imagination a moment ago, Miss Jessel. The specter sat at the table, again holding her head in her hands. She rose and stood before the governess, who felt that she, not the specter...

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