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There is a great amount of miscommunication in The Turn of the Screw This is seen greatly with the use of pronouns and not use of character names The characters in the story talk as if the other character or characters knew what they were talking about Another facet which aids in helping miscommunication is that some characters dont have names and are referred to as the Governess the Bachelor or the Master There are many instances in where there is miscommunication One instance is when the Governess is talking to Mrs Grose A big miscommunication is right in proceeding section The Governess says But of whom did you speak firstJames 12 Mrs Grose says Why of himJames 12 The Governess replies with Of the masterJames 12 Finally Mrs Grose replies with Of who elseJames 12 This was where the Governess was talking to Mrs Grose about the Master and the Governess wasnt sure who Mrs Grose meant Another miscommunication is when the Governess is talking with Mrs Grose again and this is said Ive never seen one like him He did what he wishedJames 32 Mrs Grose was stating this and the Governess didnt know who to interpreted with who He did what with The Governess then inquired With herJames 33 Mrs Grose replied with With them allJames 33 A big miscommunication is with the Governess and Miles The Governess says Youre tired of BlyJames 61 Miles replies with Oh no I like BlyJames 61 The Governess relies again with Well then --James 61 Finally Miles says Oh you know what a boy wantsJames 61 The Governess at this point has no clue what Miles is talking about She can only make guess at what he might mean She tried to inquire about Miles uncle to Miles Miles says back to her Ah you cant get off with thatJames 61 Here is where the Governess is left completely clueless This other instance is
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