The Turn of The Screw - Henry James

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Without any experience, the governess?¦s passions for the master supported her to accept the job and confirmed her decision to take the challenge even though she feared not having the ability to accomplish the job. ?§The moral of which was of course the seduction exercised by the splendid young man...
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She succumbed to it?? (James 5). With the love for the master, the governess had the courage to visit the master again and eventually took the job. ?§He held her hand, thanking her for the sacrifice, she already felt rewarded?? (James 6). Her obsession with the master was somehow repressed owing to the absence of the master and the condition that he could not be bothered under any circumstances...
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