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The Turn of the ScrewThe novel The Turn of the Screw writen by Henry James is a very ambiguousghost story It involves a governess who is hired by the Uncle to watch and take care oftwo little children The childrens names are Flora and Miles When the governessarrived she was greeted by Mrs Grose a servant and Flora She described Flora themost beatiful child she has ever seen James 6 The first day the governess received a letter from Miles school stating that he hadbeen expelled The governess was puzzled and couldnt understand why Miles hadbeen expelled because when she first saw him he looked so innocent She states Hewas incredibly beatiful she felt he had a indescribable little air of knowing nothing inthe world but love James 17 One day while taking a walk the governess sees a man by two towers A few dayslater she sees the same man in the same place She desribes the ghost as he has redhair very red close-curling and a pale facewith straight good features and littlerather queer whiskershis eyebrowslook particularly archedhis eyes are sharpme a sort of sense of looking like an actor James 24 Mrs Grose the maid claims that the description is that of Peter Quint a formerworker of an Uncle of the children she added Mr Quint is dead James 24 Severaldays later she sees another ghost across the lake near where Flora was playing She a-gain told Mrs Grose aboutthe second spirit the governess desribed her as horror and evil a woman in black paleand dreadful James 31 and Mrs Grose claimed it sounded like that of Miss Jessel the predessceor of the governess She added that she too was dead A few nights later the governess saw Peter Quint again but he disappearedquickly She went to look in the childrens beds but soon realized that
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