As - OCR English Literature

Introduction
A poem about the relationship between man and nature and the contrast between humans and animals. Dickinson believe the worlds of humans and animals were alien to each other.

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One need not be a Chamber- to be Haunted-
One need not be a House-
The Brain has Corridors- surpassing
Material Place-

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Douglas emphasises the governess’ credibility.

“she was awfully clever and nice.”
“she was a most respectable woman.”

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Notes on James’ use of ship imagery throughout The Turn of the Screw.

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Full and comprehensive notes covering James’ life, the influence of his life on his writing and different critics’ views on the novel.

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Notes mainly based around the question ‘How does Albee dramatise the conflict and complexities of marital relations and gender roles in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’
However, they cover broadly the theme of marriage and relationships in the play.

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Extensive notes covering many areas of context related to Henry James' novel 'The Turn of the Screw' including:

Family Life and Childhood

James' Sexuality

James' Writing Life

The International Theme

Symbolism

Themes

Historical Context

Quotes from other people about the novel

Language

Genre

Structure and Narrative 

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Save yourself the time and effort of trying to find useful and relevant critical quotes on Henry James' novel The Turn of the Screw and download these simple and easy to follow quotes. Quotes are grouped under headings which make them easier to remember and learn for the exam. Headings include:

 

Reactions to the novel in 1898 when it was first published in Collier’s Weekly 

Henry James’ Opinion

Critical opinions on the Governess

Critical opinions on the Ghosts

Psychoanalytic Reading

Battle Between Good and Evil

Mrs Grose

 

Simultaneous readings of the story

Ambiguity

Process of reading

The Turn of the Screw Motif

The Children

Feminist Readings

Marxist Reading

Homosexual Reading

The Death of Miles

Douglas

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Notes covering the theme of class in Henry James' novel The Turn of the Screw

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"How reliable is the narration of the governess in The Turn of the Screw and how does the prologue cast doubts on her perception?"

 

Essay

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Essay on the question: For all the extreme views expressed about them, the children in the novel are strikingly healthy and normal.”

 

Very useful for all revision covering the theme of the children in the novel The Turn of the Screw.

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Essay plan and notes covering the theme of the role of Mrs Grose in Henry James' novel The Turn of the Screw. Perfect revision notes to fully cover this area of the novel.

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Comprehensive essay plan and revision notes centered around the questions 'How does Dickinson present the inner-self?' in this poem. Perfect revision notes for revising this poem ready for the exam. 

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Comprehensive essay plan and revision notes centered around the questions 'How does Dickinson present nature?' in this poem. Perfect revision notes for revising this poem ready for the exam. 

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Essay on the title: 'Dickinson’s views on nature in ‘A Bird came down the Walk’ and ‘A narrow Fellow in the Grass.’

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Revisiion notes and essay plan centered around the question 'How does Dickinson present her view on nature in ‘A narrow Fellow in the Grass?’

Easy to understand and easy to follow notes, perfect for revising this poem.

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Sample essay centered around the question:

 

Discuss the ways in which Dickinson presents a mental experience in “I felt a Funeral, in my brain.”

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