"A turn of the screw" by Henry James.
The Governess In The Turn of the Screw by Henry James is Driven to Paranoia and Insanity by her Fear of the Position.
The plausibility of the governess' story in A Turn of the Screw by Henry James really revolves around whether or not the reader believes that ghosts could exist. At first, I believed in the credibility of the governess because of all the strange events that surrounded her arrival at the estate. The governess, although seemingly nervous and unsure of herself, seems to be the only person without a tainted past. She is arriving at a home where the previous governess and a serv…
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