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  1. 10 de fev. de 2022 · A comprehensive overview of James's experimental novella, which explores the ambiguity of ghosts, narration, and interpretation. Learn about the plot, the characters, the themes, and the critical approaches to this classic work of horror and psychological suspense.

  2. 18 de fev. de 2019 · The brief answer is that “The Turn of the Screw” is deliciously ambiguous in a way that one reader can feel that their interpretation is textually supported to the point of un-deniability while another reader may easily use the same text to discredit the other’s point of view with just as much confidence.

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  3. A presente tese apresenta uma proposta de tradução da novela The Turn of the Screw para o português brasileiro. Alguns desafios de tradução foram também selecionados para discussão, com auxílio das ferramentas da linguística de corpus.

    • Diana Costa Fortier Silva
    • 2017
  4. Full Book Analysis. The Turn of the Screw, a classic of the Gothic genre, follows an unnamed protagonist in her attempts to perform her duties as governess for two children, Miles and Flora, at Bly, the country manor where they live.

  5. A novela The turn of the screw de Henry James foi objeto de intensa atividade de crítica literária. Ao longo de cerca de um século, dois grandes grupos interpretativos se tornaram referência obrigatória sobre o assunto.

    • Guilherme Gutman
    • 2005
  6. The Turn of the Screw is an 1898 horror novella by Henry James which first appeared in serial format in Collier's Weekly (January 27 – April 16, 1898). In October 1898, it was collected in The Two Magics, published by Macmillan in New York City and Heinemann in London.

  7. “The Turn of the Screw” is told in a setting that at once begins to make the reader doubt the story’s validity. The narrator frequently hints that how she perceives events can be highly influenced by her imagination and emotions.