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Henry James' 'Daisy Miller' # 2 / Social Misunderstanding
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A 5 page paper on the novella by Henry James. The paper describes the social upheaval of the late nineteenth century as the moneyed middle class jostled against the aristocracy, and shows how, in this novella, Winterbourne never understood Daisy Miller because his class-consciousness got in the way. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: Daisymil.wps

Henry James' 'Portrait of a Lady' / Tracing The Theme Of Evil
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A 10 page research paper on the evil inherent throughout the novel's development. The writer highlights the progression by which the naiveté and psychological oblivion of the principle character leads to trapping her in a fraudulent life dominated by her husband. He's a man who wants and needs-but hates-women, who insists that the principal woman in his life live by his decrees. Bibliography lists more than 6 sources.
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Henry James' 'The Aspern Papers' / Comparison Of Characters
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A 5 page essay that describes this intriguing psychological study by James. The paper argues that viewpoint affects the perception of reality as it is filtered through the needs and concepts of the characters' personalities. In this way, James has the narrator inadvertently contrasting his own shallow personality with that of the noble Miss Tita. Quotations are taken from the source.
Filename: Aspern.wps

Henry James' 'The Turn Of The Screw' / POV Manipulation & Conveyance
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5 pages in length. Henry James is extremely effective in conveying and manipulating point of view in his fictional ghost story The Turn of the Screw. By delving deep into the subconscious activity of his characters, James is able to evoke an eerie sense of obscurity that would otherwise be overlooked with any other method of presentation. What separates James' work from most others of the horror genre is the fact that he utilizes psychological tension which requires his audience to connect with their minds, as opposed to the thrasher type that employs blood and gore. The writer discusses how James conveys and utilizes manipulation with regard to point of view. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Turnpov.doc

Henry James' 'Turn Of The Screw' / Was The Governess Crazy Or Not?
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5 pages in length. When asking the question of whether the governess in Henry James' Turn Of The Screw was truly crazy or merely a victim of ghostly pranks, one has to establish a basis for such an answer. Did she display consistent acts of lunacy in her daily activities? Was she construed as deranged by those with whom she regularly came in contact? The answer is no in both instances. The writer discusses how the governess was quite sane yet still routinely visualized apparitions. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Turnscrw.doc


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