Daily Archives: February 2, 2016

From Theory to Literature: The Unreliable Narration within The Turn of the Screw

  Upon digesting the focalization theory of Gerard Genette, it becomes clear how the tale of the governess in The Turn of the Screw leads to continuous debate and analysis on the grounds a skewed viewpoint. The most notable attribute … Continue reading

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What’s in a Dream

  Historically, critics have dissected the tale within Henry James’ Turn of the Screw as a psychologically complex web within the female mind. This short analysis will attempt a turn of the norm, by detailing how the story is actually … Continue reading

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