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Biographical or social or cultural context of The Turn of the Screw

Victorian mediums

  • Eusapia Palladino
  • D.D. Home
  • Leonora Piper
  • The Fox sisters

William James and the supernatural (especially his involvement in the
Society for Psychical Research)

The position of the governess in Victorian society

Spirit photography

  • William H. Mumler
  • Frederick A.Hudson
  • Edouard Isidore Buguet
  • F. M. Parkes

Alice James and Victorian treatment of mental illness (especially
mental illness in women)

 

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The Innocents

In 1961, director Jack Clayton adapted Henry James' novel, The Turn of the Screw, for the screen, using the title "The Innocents" and starring Deborah Kerr; the script was co-written by Truman Capote.  The entire film is available for viewing through the Tisch Media Center.

 

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