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The Turn of the Screw and Other Short Fiction

The Turn of the Screw and Other Short Fiction

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Written by Henry JamesAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by Henry James

  • Format: Paperback, 560 pages
  • Publisher: Bantam Classics
  • On Sale: September 1, 1981
  • Price: $4.95
  • ISBN: 978-0-553-21059-0 (0-553-21059-9)
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To read a story by Henry James is to enter a world--a rich, perfectly crafted domain of vivid language and splendid, complex characters. Devious children, sparring lovers, capricious American girls, obtuse bachelors, sibylline spinsters and charming Europeans populate these five fascinating Nouvelles --works which represent the author in both his early and late phases. From the apparitions of evil that haunt the governess in The Turn Of The Screw to the startling self-scrutiny of an egotistical man in The Beast In The Jungle, the mysterious tumings of human behavior are skillfully and coolly observed--proving Henry James to be a master of psychological insight as well as one of the finest stylists of modern English literature.