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I spent several years studying comparative literature; an awesome exercise of connecting the dots with little to no monetary incentive. For those who are either new to the realm of literary studies and literary interpretation the term comparative lacks significance. 1,194 more words
I had planned to read The Turn of the Screw several times over the last years, especially after discovering how a great novelist James is. 805 more words
To acquire the habit of reading is to construct for yourself a refuge from almost all the miseries of life
So, here’s a post that kills two items with one stone:
Put notes in library books, & 3 books off of Mrs. Terhorst’s reading list… 760 more words
Kickin’ it old-school with some Henry James re-reading.
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I scarce know how to put my story into words that shall be a credible picture of my state of mind; but I was in these days literally able to find a joy in the extraordinary flight of heroism the occasion demanded of me.
My top three ghost stories are Turn of the Screw by Henry James, Maybe This Time by Jenny Crusie and Stephen King’s IT. My all time favourite though, is IT. 1,188 more words
Heads or Tails: Ambiguity and Structure in The Turn of the Screw
Perception is very much like a sixth sense. Human beings have a unique capability to not only taste, touch, smell, hear, and see, but to perceive and formulate objective information and turn it into subjective opinion. 928 more words