The Turn of the Screw (Penguin Readers, Level 3)

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9780582416925: The Turn of the Screw (Penguin Readers, Level 3)

A young lady arrives at a big country house to teach two children. Strange things start to happen. The children are very beautiful but are they as innocent as they seem? And how did the last governess die? A terrible story of ghosts and evil begins. Henry James (1843 - 1916) wrote this story in 1898. Many people think it's the best ghost story ever written.

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The story starts conventionally enough with friends sharing ghost stories 'round the fire on Christmas Eve. One of the guests tells about a governess at a country house plagued by supernatural visitors. But in the hands of Henry James, the master of nuance, this little tale of terror is an exquisite gem of sexual and psychological ambiguity. Only the young governess can see the ghosts; only she suspects that the previous governess and her lover are controlling the two orphaned children (a girl and a boy) for some evil purpose. The household staff don't know what she's talking about, the children are evasive when questioned, and the master of the house (the children's uncle) is absent. Why does the young girl claim not to see a perfectly visible woman standing on the far side of the lake? Are the children being deceptive, or is the governess being paranoid? By leaving the questions unanswered, The Turn of Screw generates spine-tingling anxiety in its mesmerized readers.

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Buchbeschreibung Addison Wesley Pub Co Inc, 01.11.1999., 1999. Buchzustand: Gut. Auflage: 1st New edition. 41 Seiten leichte Gebrauchs- und Lesespuren, Namensangabe Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 41 19,8 x 13,0 x 0,3 cm, Taschenbuch. Artikel-Nr. 50317

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