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_b.T8 1966
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100 1 _aJames, Henry,
_d1843-1916.
245 1 4 _aThe turn of the screw.
_h[electronic resource]
_bAn authoritative text, backgrounds and sources, essays in criticism.
_cEdited by Robert Kimbrough.
250 _a[1st ed.].
260 _aNew York,
_bW.W. Norton
_c[1966]
300 _ax, 276 p.
_c20 cm.
490 0 _aA Norton critical edition
504 _aBibliography: p. 274-276.
520 _aOne of literature's most gripping ghost stories depicts the sinister transformation of two innocent children into flagrant liars and hypocrites. Elegantly told tale of unspoken horror and psychological terror creates what few stories in literature have been able to do -- a complete feeling of dread and uncertainty.
650 0 _aGovernesses
_vFiction.
600 1 0 _aJames, Henry,
_d1843-1916.
_tTurn of the screw.
650 0 _aGovernesses in literature.
650 0 _aChildren
_vFiction.
651 0 _aEngland
_vFiction.
655 7 _aPsychological fiction.
_2lcsh
655 7 _aGhost stories.
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700 1 _aKimbrough, Robert,
_eed.
776 0 8 _iOnline version:
_aJames, Henry, 1843-1916.
_tTurn of the screw.
_b[1st ed.]
_dNew York, W.W. Norton [1966]
_w(OCoLC)561884081
856 4 1 _uhttp://www.archive.org/details/turnofscrewautho00jame
_zFree eBook from the Internet Archive
856 4 2 _uhttp://www.openlibrary.org/books/OL5982605M
_zAdditional information and access via Open Library
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