turn of the screw

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  • the turn of the screw
    • the governess
      • 'I was in receipt in these days of disturbing letters from home, where things were not going well. but with the joy of my children what things in the world mattered?' - the governess
        • the children
          • miles
            • 'master miles! - him an injury?'- mrs grose
            • 'think me - for a change - bad!' - miles
            • 'miles's whole title to independence, the rights of his sex and situation, were so stamped upon him that if he had suddenly struck for freedom I should have had nothing to say.' the governess
              • the governess
                • 'I was in receipt in these days of disturbing letters from home, where things were not going well. but with the joy of my children what things in the world mattered?' - the governess
                  • the children
                    • miles
                      • 'master miles! - him an injury?'- mrs grose
                      • 'think me - for a change - bad!' - miles
                      • 'miles's whole title to independence, the rights of his sex and situation, were so stamped upon him that if he had suddenly struck for freedom I should have had nothing to say.' the governess
                        • class/ status
                        • gender
                      • 'of course you know a lot-' miles         'but you hint that you know almost as much?' the governess
                        • 'you know, my dear, that for a fellow to be with a lady always - !' miles
                          • gender
                          • suppressed feelings
                            • desire to be a heroine
                              • 'the fancy of our being almost as lost as a handful of passengers in a great drifting ship. well, I was, strangely, at the helm!' -the governess
                                • 'an unknown man in a lonely place is a permitted object of fear, to a young woman privately bred' - the governess
                                  • peter quint
                                    • 'he's like nobody' - the governess
                                      • storytelling
                                        • 'this at all events was for the time: a time so full that as I recall the way it went it reminds me of all the art I now need to make it a little distinct.' - the governess
                                          • 'charming as a charming story suddenly to meet someone' - the governess
                                            • suppressed feelings
                                              • desire to be a heroine
                                                • 'the fancy of our being almost as lost as a handful of passengers in a great drifting ship. well, I was, strangely, at the helm!' -the governess
                                                  • 'an unknown man in a lonely place is a permitted object of fear, to a young woman privately bred' - the governess
                                                    • peter quint
                                                      • 'he's like nobody' - the governess
                                                        • storytelling
                                                          • 'this at all events was for the time: a time so full that as I recall the way it went it reminds me of all the art I now need to make it a little distinct.' - the governess
                                                            • 'charming as a charming story suddenly to meet someone' - the governess
                                                              • 'was there a ''secret" at Bly - a mystery of Udolpho or an insane, an unmentionable relative kept in unsuspected confinement'-the governess
                                                              • 'not a word- that's the horror' - the governess
                                                            • 'then seeing in her face that she already, in this, with a deeper dismay, found a touch of picture, I quickly added stroke to stroke' - the governess
                                                        • homosexuality?
                                                    • 'was there a ''secret" at Bly - a mystery of Udolpho or an insane, an unmentionable relative kept in unsuspected confinement'-the governess
                                                    • 'not a word- that's the horror' - the governess
                                                  • 'then seeing in her face that she already, in this, with a deeper dismay, found a touch of picture, I quickly added stroke to stroke' - the governess
                                              • homosexuality?
                                          • 'I want my own sort' miles
                                            • ' you really compare me to a baby girl?' miles
                                              • flora
                                                • 'she was hideously hard; she had turns common and almost ugly' the governess
                                              • 'what in the world dear but you?''
                                                • 'to let me alone' miles
                                                • 'well- so we're alone' miles
                                                  • 'peter quint- you devil!' miles
                                                    • the ghosts
                                                      • miss jessel
                                                        • 'wonderfully handsome. but infamous' - the governess
                                                          • 'she was a lady' ' and he so dreadfully below'
                                                            • class/ status
                                                            • mrs grose
                                                              • 'I wondered why she should be scared' - the governess
                                                                • 'she stared at mine as if they really might have resembled them'
                                                                  • 'what a dreadful turn to be sure, miss! where on earth do you see any thing?' mrs grose
                                                                    • the ghosts
                                                                      • miss jessel
                                                                        • 'wonderfully handsome. but infamous' - the governess
                                                                          • 'she was a lady' ' and he so dreadfully below'
                                                                            • mrs grose
                                                                              • 'I wondered why she should be scared' - the governess
                                                                                • 'she stared at mine as if they really might have resembled them'
                                                                                  • 'what a dreadful turn to be sure, miss! where on earth do you see any thing?' mrs grose
                                                                                    • 'she isn't there, little lady, and nobody's there' mrs grose
                                                                                      • flora
                                                                                        • 'she was hideously hard; she had turns common and almost ugly' the governess
                                                                                  • 'she couldn't have stayed. fancy it here - for a governess' - mrs grise
                                                                                    • 'seated at my own table'
                                                                                      • 'my vile predecessor'
                                                                                      • 'my imagination had, in a flash turned real' - the governess
                                                                                        • 'as definite as a picture in a frame' - the governess
                                                                                          • 'it's of not seeing her' - the governess
                                                                                            • 'of course we've the others'
                                                                                          • 'she isn't there, little lady, and nobody's there' mrs grose
                                                                                        • 'she couldn't have stayed. fancy it here - for a governess' - mrs grise
                                                                                          • 'seated at my own table'
                                                                                            • 'my vile predecessor'
                                                                                            • 'my imagination had, in a flash turned real' - the governess
                                                                                              • 'as definite as a picture in a frame' - the governess
                                                                                                • 'it's of not seeing her' - the governess
                                                                                                  • 'of course we've the others'
                                                                                          • 'leave me with him alone!'
                                                                                            • 'only another turn of the screw of ordinary human virtue' the governess
                                                                                              • 'as silent, it whimsically occurred to me, as some new couple who, on their wedding journey, at the inn, feel shy in the presence of the waiter' the governess
                                                                                            • 'of course you know a lot-' miles         'but you hint that you know almost as much?' the governess
                                                                                              • 'you know, my dear, that for a fellow to be with a lady always - !' miles
                                                                                                • 'I want my own sort' miles
                                                                                                  • ' you really compare me to a baby girl?' miles
                                                                                                    • 'what in the world dear but you?''
                                                                                                      • 'to let me alone' miles
                                                                                                      • 'well- so we're alone' miles
                                                                                                        • 'peter quint- you devil!' miles
                                                                                                    • 'leave me with him alone!'
                                                                                                      • 'only another turn of the screw of ordinary human virtue' the governess
                                                                                                        • 'as silent, it whimsically occurred to me, as some new couple who, on their wedding journey, at the inn, feel shy in the presence of the waiter' the governess
                                                                                                        • the master
                                                                                                          • 'his derision, his amusement, his contempt for the breakdown of my resignation at being left alone and for the fine machinery I had set in motion to my slighted charms'
                                                                                                            • 'I don't think your uncle much cares' the gocerness

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