Reading 154-166

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The Turn of the Screw

Henry JAMES (1843 – 1916)

The Turn of the Screw is a novella written by Henry James. It is a ghost story that was originally published in 1898. A nameless governess reports the events of two ghosts who stalk the young children she has charge over. Is she reliable, or an imaginative neurotic?

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Edited by Daniel Spitzer

Audio by Nikolle Doolin

Music by Kevin McLeod

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r154: The Turn of the Screw 1

r155: The Turn of the Screw 2

R156: The turn of the Screw 3

r157: The Turn of the Screw 4

r159: The Turn of the Screw V

r160: The turn of the Screw 6

r161: The Turn of the Screw 7

r162: The Turn of the Screw 8

r163: The Turn of the Screw 9

r164: The Turn of the Screw 10

R165: The Turn of the Screw 11

r166: The Turn of the Screw 12

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