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The Turn of the Screw and the Aspern Papers

The Turn of the Screw creates a terrifyingly believable impression of innocent children so corrupted by evil that they remain deceptive pictures of innocent beauty. Their governess must struggle alone to confront and exorcise the demons which she believes possess their souls...

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  • "Ormandaki Canavar"
  • "Dʹi︠a︡volʹskiĭ valʹs"
  • "Sammlung"
  • "Ormandaki canavar"
  • "Aspern papers"@en
  • "Aspern papers"
  • "Turn of the screw ; and, The lesson of the master"@en
  • "Turn of the screw ; and, The lesson of the master"
  • "turn of the screw"@ja
  • "Daisy Miller"@ja
  • "Daisy Miller"
  • "Project Gutenberg etext of The turn of the screw"@en
  • "Project Gutenberg presents The turn of the screw"@en
  • "Bi lu@@nie"
  • "In the cage"
  • "Turn of the screw ; and, In the cage"@en
  • "Turn of the screw ; and, In the cage"
  • "Kunst des Romanschreibens"
  • "Turn of the screw"@es
  • "Turn of the screw"@en
  • "Turn of the screw"@it
  • "Turn of the screw"
  • "Turn of the screw"@tr
  • "Vuelta de tuerca"
  • "Turn of the Screw"
  • "Bi lu yuan nie"@en
  • "Lesson by the master"@en
  • "Lesson of the master"@en
  • "碧廬冤孽"
  • "碧廬@@孽"
  • "La vuelta de tuerca"
  • "Turn of the screw and The Aspern papers"
  • "Turn of the screw and The Aspern papers"@en
  • "Yürek burgusu, ormandaki canavar, Daisy Miller"
  • "Turn of the screw and Daisy Miller"@en
  • "Turn of the screw. Français"
  • "Daisy Miller : a study in two parts"@en
  • "Tour d'écrou"

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  • "The Turn of the Screw creates a terrifyingly believable impression of innocent children so corrupted by evil that they remain deceptive pictures of innocent beauty. Their governess must struggle alone to confront and exorcise the demons which she believes possess their souls..."@en
  • "The relationship between the dead and the living is something that has always attracted mankind, and are numerous and varied stories devoted to this theme. That is what this novel by Henry James, who achieved here one of the jewels of fantasy literature or ghosts. The innovation introduced is that they are two kids who star in this relationship, accompanied by a governess who tries to protect them from the influence of the spirits of the dead. And as always with the works of this genre, reading attracts us, still produce us at various times a deep unease and even fear."
  • "L'histoire d'une jeune enseignante qui devient institutrice, gouvernante et même directrice d'une vieille demeure familiale du comté d'Essex. Un salaire inespéré la fait accepter malgré les conditions particulières du contrat..."
  • "This Web site is an online version of Henry James' classic work, The turn of the screw. It is a ghost story which was written at a time during which belief in ghosts and spirituality was very prevalent in England and America. The novella is also important for its use of the confidant character and foreshadowing. Visitors can read the work in direct order or select the chapter of their choice."@en
  • "The story of a young governess whose awareness of "visitations" by dead members of the household leads to a tragic climax."
  • "This tale, one of the most famous ghost stores ever written, is told from the viewpoint of a governess in love with her employer, who goes to an isolated English estate to take charge of two attractive and precocious children. When she realizes that her two charges are under the evil influence of two ghosts, the action builds to a terrifying climax."@en
  • "A young governess turns up at a country estate in Essex to care for Miles and Flora, two young orphans left in care of their absentee uncle. Soon after her tenure begins, the governess begins to see strangers walking the grounds, and interacting with the siblings in odd and disturbing ways. The governess begins to feel they are not wholly human'but rather are ghosts haunting Miles and Flora, and their influence upon the children has tragic consequences. First published in 1898, Henry James's sinister story of the psychological and physical effects of the malevolent figures has been adapted for film countless times, most notably as the basis for The Innocents (1961). It also served as inspiration for Alejandro AmenIbar's spectacularly eerie 2001 film The Others, starring Nicole Kidman, Christopher Eccelston, and Fionnula Flanagan. HarperPerennialClassics brings great works of literature to life in digital format, upholding the highest standards in ebook production and celebrating reading in all its forms. Look for more titles in the HarperPerennial Classics collection to build your digital library."@en
  • "Two children are haunted by the evil spirits of two former servants."@en
  • "A young lady arrives as governess at a big country house. Her two charges are beautiful children, but are they as innocent as they seem? And how did the last governess die?"
  • "A young lady arrives as governess at a big country house. Her two charges are beautiful children, but are they as innocent as they seem? And how did the last governess die?"@en
  • "One of literature's most gripping ghost stories depicts the sinister transformation of 2 innocent children into flagrant liars and hypocrites. Elegantly told tale of unspoken horror and psychological terror creates what few stories in literature have been able to do ? a complete feeling of dread and uncertainty."@en
  • "One of literature's most gripping ghost stories depicts the sinister transformation of 2 innocent children into flagrant liars and hypocrites. Elegantly told tale of unspoken horror and psychological terror creates what few stories in literature have been able to do ? a complete feeling of dread and uncertainty."
  • "The Turn of the Screw tells the story of a young governess sent to a country house to take charge of two orphans. Unsettled by a sense of intense evil in the house, she soon becomes obsessed with the idea that something malevolent is stalking the children in her care."
  • "The Turn of the Screw is a novella written by Henry James. It is a ghost story that was originally published in 1898. A nameless governess reports the events of two ghosts who stalk the young children she has charge over. Is she reliable, or an imaginative neurotic?"@en
  • "Features two acclaimed short works by Henry James: "The Turn of the Screw," a psychological thriller; and "In the Cage," a tale of rebellious British heroine Hortense Calisher."
  • "Features two acclaimed short works by Henry James: "The Turn of the Screw," a psychological thriller; and "In the Cage," a tale of rebellious British heroine Hortense Calisher."@en
  • "This volume contains two acclaimed short works by the great American writer Henry James (1843-1916). His famous novella The Turn of the Screw, concerning the governess of two small children, brilliantly illustrates James's theory of the horror story. A true psychological thriller, it leaves open the question whether the children are being "corrupted" by malevolent spirits or by their neurotic mistress. The Lesson of the Master is a richly told tale of the young writer Paul Overt, who is "saved" by the renowned novelist Henry St. George. St. George leads Overt on the path of renunciation to literary greatness, even as he, St. George, renounces his own art for a life of comfort and complacency."
  • "This volume contains two acclaimed short works by the great American writer Henry James (1843-1916). His famous novella The Turn of the Screw, concerning the governess of two small children, brilliantly illustrates James's theory of the horror story. A true psychological thriller, it leaves open the question whether the children are being "corrupted" by malevolent spirits or by their neurotic mistress. The Lesson of the Master is a richly told tale of the young writer Paul Overt, who is "saved" by the renowned novelist Henry St. George. St. George leads Overt on the path of renunciation to literary greatness, even as he, St. George, renounces his own art for a life of comfort and complacency."@en
  • "In de greep, Het beest in de jungle, Daisy Miller. - Drie korte romans."
  • "Written in 1897, The Turn of the Screw remains one of the most suspenseful and fascinating ghost stories ever written. A governess arrives at an isolated English mansion to care for two seemingly angelic but rather strange young children, and the appearance of two evil phantoms leads her to question her sanity."@en
  • "Presents the classic ghost story about a high-strung governess and the two young children who may--or may not--be plotting with the diabolical Peter Quint."
  • "The Turn of the Screw is a fireside tale of evil and mystery. Filled with extraordinary drama, Henry James' story has been widely popular ever since its publication in 1898. It also inspired a film, a play, and an opera. A governess has been hired to care for two orphaned young children in their uncle's English country home. But soon after she meets the boy and his sister, the governess begins to see fearful apparitions. With growing alarm, she must wonder about the target of the ghostly presences. Are they haunting her, or the sweet, innocent children? Henry James gives no answers to this question. Instead, he leaves the listener to ponder the relationships between evil and horror, imagination and reality."@en
  • "Ben shu shou ru le 3 bu zhong duan pian xiao shuo dai biao zuo. " dai xi, mi le " jiang shu le yi ge zai ou zhou lv you de nian qing piao liang de mei guo gu niang de dong ren gu shi, bei ju xing de jie ju ling ren e wan tan xi. " luo si zai ning jin " biao mian shang kan shi yi ge jing xin dong po de nao gui gu shi, dan xiao shuo bei hou han you shen ke de dao de yu yi. " zhen pin " shi yi bu duan pian jie zuo, ta you yi dian fan feng se cai, ye you yi si suan chu."
  • "Contains various short stories that depict the authors form of imaginative artistry."@en
  • "An isolated, forlorn estate ... a very young, inexperienced governess ... the boy, Miles, the girl, Flora--two angelically beautiful, strangely distant children ... and the fiends. Phantoms of shadow and madness, twin creatures of evil, ghosts of the condemned. Two figures, half-seen, lurking in twilit windows and dark towers, beckoning ... silent ... coming ever closer. Walking dead who seek to control the children's bodies, steal their minds, destroy their souls ... Flora and Miles claim to see and hear nothing. But, with mounting horror, their governess discovers the children want the ghosts-- As much as the evil wants them ... Tor Classics are affordably-priced editions designed to attract the young reader. Original dynamic cover art enthusiastically represents the excitement of each story. Appropriate "reader friendly" type sizes have been chosen for each title'offering clear, accurate, and readable text. All editions are complete and unabridged, and feature Introductions and Afterwords. This edition of The Turn of the Screw includes a Foreword, Biographical Note, and Afterword. At the publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management software (DRM) applied."@en
  • ""Widely recognized as one of literature's most gripping ghost stores, this classic tale of moral degradation conerns the sinister transformation of two innocent children into flagrant liars and hypocrites. The story begins when a governess arrives at an English country estate to look after Miles, aged ten, and Flora, eight. At first, everything appears normal but then events gradually begin to weave a spell of psychological terror. One night a ghost appears before the governess. It is the dead lover of Miss Jessel, the former governess. Later, the ghost of Miss Jessel herself appears before the governess and the little girl. Moreover, both the governess and the housekeeper suspect that the two spirits have appeared to the boy in private. The children, however, adamantly refuse to acknowledge the presence of the two spirits, in spite of indications that there is some sort of evil communication going on between the children and the ghosts. Without resorting to clattering chains, demonic noises and other melodramatic techniques, this elegantly told tale succeeds in creating an atmosphere of tingling suspense and unspoken horror matched by few other books in the genre. Known for his probing psychological novels dealing with the upper classes, James in this story tried his hand at the occult- and created a masterpiece of the supernatural that has frightened and delighted readers for nearly a century" Book Cover."
  • "One of the world's most famous intellectual ghost stories, "The Turn of the Screw" is a haunting tale of suspected supernatural possession. A governess at a country house claims that Miles and Flora, two orphaned children in her care, are being controlled by spirits for some evil purpose. No one else can see the ghosts, and the children themselves are silent. Are they being dominated by spectral forces, or are they hiding something? Is the governess simply paranoid, or is something else going on?"@en
  • "The Turn of the Screw is a short novel or a novella written by American writer Henry James. Originally published in 1898, it is ostensibly a ghost story that has lent itself well to operatic and film adaptation. Due to its ambiguous content and narrative skill, The Turn of the Screw became a favorite text of New Criticism. The account has lent itself to dozens of different interpretations, often mutually exclusive, including those of a Freudian nature. Many critics have tried to determine what exactly is the nature of evil within the story. -- Excerpted from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia."@en
  • "Una impresionable e inocente institutriz cree que los dos niños que tiene a su cargo están bajo la voluntad de unos fantasmas."
  • "Literature Online includes the KnowledgeNotes student guides, a unique collection of critical introductions to major literary works. These high-quality, peer-reviewed academic resources are tailored to the needs of literature students and serve as a complement to the guidance provided by lecturers and seminar teachers."
  • "Literature Online includes the KnowledgeNotes student guides, a unique collection of critical introductions to major literary works. These high-quality, peer-reviewed academic resources are tailored to the needs of literature students and serve as a complement to the guidance provided by lecturers and seminar teachers."@en
  • "Widely recognized as one of literature's most gripping ghost stories, this classic tale of moral degradation concerns the sinister transformation of two innocent children into flagrant liars and hypocrites. The story begins when a governess arrives at an English country estate to look after Miles, aged ten, and Flora, eight. At first, everything appears normal but then events gradually begin to weave a spell of psychological terror. Known for his probing psychological novels dealing with the upper classes, James in this story tried his hand at the occult and created a masterpiece of the supernatural that has frightened and delighted readers for nearly a century."@en
  • "Much of the horror remains unspoken when the ghosts of Peter Quint and Miss Jessel return to change Miles and Flora from innocent children into evil beings."
  • ""Henry James' haunting and poignant story was first published in 1898, and has been stimulating heated literary discussion ever since. Is the book a simple Gothic ghost story or a psychological thriller? Is the narrator a reliable witness or mentally unbalanced? Did the disturbing and hideous events actually occur, or are they the perverse fruits of a disordered mind? The depth and ambiguity of the text has made James' work not only an exciting and intriguing read, but one of the most critically debated works of American literature." --P. [4] of cover."@en
  • "One of the most disturbing ghost stories ever written, a tale of imagined danger and real dread A young governess arrives at a secluded country estate, hired by the manor’s often-absent master to look after his orphaned niece and nephew. The young woman, a parson’s daughter, is immediately charmed by eight-year-old Flora—and Miles, two years older, seems like a perfect little gentleman when he is unexpectedly sent home from his boarding school. But Miles’s steadfast refusal to reveal the cause of his expulsion is troubling, as are the staff’s whispered stories about the previous governess, Miss Jessel, and her lover, the mysterious valet, Peter Quint, both of whom are now dead. Most disturbing of all are the spectral figures wandering the grounds of Bly that only the new governess can see: a woman and a dark man who seem to take a special interest in Miles and Flora. No longer sure of what is real and whom she can trust, the governess desperately tries to hold on to her sanity and protect the innocent children from forces too sinister to name. A literary masterpiece whose mysteries are open to endless interpretation, The Turn of the Screw has been haunting readers for more than a century. This ebook has been professionally proofread to ensure accuracy and readability on all devices."@en
  • "The Turn of the Screw (1898) by Henry James is a classic ambiguous work of psychological and supernatural suspense. The story is open to interpretation and could be viewed as either a true ghost tale or a neurotic hallucination of an unreliable narrator, a mentally unstable governess placed in charge of two remarkable children."
  • "The Turn of the Screw is s ghostly Gothic tale by Henry James. A masterpiece in ambivalence and the uncanny, The Turn of the Screw tells the story of a young woman who is hired as governess to two seemingly innocent children in an isolated country house. As the tale progresses she begins to see the ghost of her dead predecessor. Or does she? The story is so ambivalent and eerie, such a psychological thriller, that few can agree on exactly what takes place. James masters "the strange and sinister embroidered on the very type of the normal and easy" in this chilling Victorian classic."
  • "The Turn of the Screw is s ghostly Gothic tale by Henry James. A masterpiece in ambivalence and the uncanny, The Turn of the Screw tells the story of a young woman who is hired as governess to two seemingly innocent children in an isolated country house. As the tale progresses she begins to see the ghost of her dead predecessor. Or does she? The story is so ambivalent and eerie, such a psychological thriller, that few can agree on exactly what takes place. James masters "the strange and sinister embroidered on the very type of the normal and easy" in this chilling Victorian classic."@en
  • ""Perhaps the most brilliantly successful ghost story ever written, 'The turn of the screw' creates a terrifyingly believable impression of innocent children so corrupted by evil that they remain deceptive pictures of innocent beauty. Their governess must struggle alone to confront and exorcise the demons which she believes possess their souls ...""
  • "The narrator is a young governess, sent off to a country house to take charge of two orphaned children. She finds a pleasant house and a comfortable housekeeper, while the children are beautiful and charming. But she soon begins to feel the presence of intense evil."
  • "The narrator is a young governess, sent off to a country house to take charge of two orphaned children. She finds a pleasant house and a comfortable housekeeper, while the children are beautiful and charming. But she soon begins to feel the presence of intense evil."@en
  • "La veille de Noël, un homme lit l'histoire étrange racontée par l'un des témoins des faits rapportés, une gouvernante chargée de garder deux enfants que viennent hanter des fantômes dépravés qui se jouent de leur innocence. Le texte est accompagné d'outils pédagogiques permettant l'analyse du récit et de sa structure narrative complexe et l'étude du genre fantastique."
  • "A governess arrives at an isolated English mansion to care for two seemingly angelic but rather strange young children, and the appearance of two evil phantoms leads her to question her sanity."@en
  • ""Otra vuelta de tuerca está considerada la historia de fantasmas por antonomasia y un hito insoslayable en la historia de la literatura universal. Protagonizada por una joven institutriz al cuidado de dos niños en una mansión victoriana, a lo largo de la narración intervienen presencias y personajes tal vez sobrenaturales. La anterior institutriz y el sirviente murieron en extrañas circunstancias. ¿Cuál es el secreto que se oculta entre los muros de la mansión? Para descubrirlo, el autor nos conducirá magistralmente por los vericuetos de la historia en un sostenido e inquietante crescendo."--"
  • "At an isolated home int he bleak English countryside, a young governess accepts the job of teaching two beautiful children whose uncle-guardian wants nothing to do with them-- and soon she is tormented by vicons of ghosts that only she seems able to see: the former governess Miss Jessel and her lover, valet Peter Quint. Even worse, she comes to believe that these ghosts are corrupting the preternaturally angelic souls of little Flora and Miles. The children deny any knowledge of the ghosts, however; and as the tension mounts, the question looms: are the ghosts real, or does the unspoken terror exist only the governess's mind?"@en
  • "A newly hired young governess is given full charge of two children. While staying at her employer's country house she begins seeing figures of a man and a woman around the grounds of the estate. She does not recognize them, and they seem to be supernatural."@en
  • "The Turn of the Screw is a short novel or a novella written by American writer Henry James. Originally published in 1898, it is ostensibly a ghost story that has lent itself well to operatic and film adaptation. Due to its ambiguous content and narrative skill, The Turn of the Screw became a favorite text of New Criticism. The account has lent itself to dozens of different interpretations, often mutually exclusive, including those of a Freudian nature. Many critics have tried to determine what exactly is the nature of evil within the story ..."@en
  • "The story starts conventionally enough with friends sharing ghost stories 'round the fire on Christmas Eve. One of the guests tells about a governess at a country house plagued by supernatural visitors. But in the hands of Henry James, the master of nuance, this little tale of terror is an exquisite gem of sexual and psychological ambiguity. Only the young governess can see the ghosts; only she suspects that the previous governess and her lover are controlling the two orphaned children (a girl and a boy) for some evil purpose. The household staff don't know what she's talking about, the children are evasive when questioned, and the master of the house (the children's uncle) is absent. Why does the young girl claim not to see a perfectly visible woman standing on the far side of the lake? Are the children being deceptive, or is the governess being paranoid? By leaving the questions unanswered, The Turn of Screw generates spine-tingling anxiety in its mesmerized readers."@en
  • "The Turn of the Screw is a ghostly Gothic tale by Henry James. A masterpiece in ambivalence and the uncanny, The Turn of the Screw tells the story of a young woman who is hired as governess to two seemingly innocent children in an isolated country house. As the tale progresses she begins to see the ghost of her dead predecessor. Or does she? The story is so eerie and impressionistic, such a psychological thriller, that few can agree on exactly what takes place. James masters "the strange and sinister embroidered on the very type of the normal and easy" in this chilling Victorian classic."
  • "The governess of two enigmatic children fears their souls are in danger from the ghosts of the previous governess and her sinister lover."@en
  • "The governess of two enigmatic children fears their souls are in danger from the ghosts of the previous governess and her sinister lover."
  • "A governess comes to believe her two charges, ten-year-old Miles and eight-year-old Flora, are being haunted by the ghosts of former servants."@en
  • "Young Jane Cubberly takes on the position of governess of two orphaned children at a foreboding English country estate."@en
  • "The classic ghost story about a high-strung governess and the two young children who may--or may not--be plotting with the diabolical Peter Quint."
  • "The classic ghost story about a high-strung governess and the two young children who may--or may not--be plotting with the diabolical Peter Quint."@en
  • "To read a story by Henry James is to enter a world-- a rich, perfectly crafted domain of vivid language and splendid, complex characters. In this classic novella, a young governess who goes to an isolated English estate to take charge of two precocious children gradually realizes that her young charges are under the evil influence of the ghosts of the family's ex-steward and former governess."@en
  • "A young woman takes the job of governess at a remote estate where she finds unspeakable horrors and two children who desperately need her help if they are to survive."@en
  • "The Turn of the Screw: Terror closes around the lives of two young children and their governess. But who has spun the frightening web? Can ghosts of a dark past control the hearts of two seemingly innocent children? Or does the evil lurk only in the governess' troubled mind?the governess' troubled mind?"@en
  • "Als een jonge Engelse vrouw gouvernante wordt voor twee weeskinderen wordt ze in hun huis geconfronteerd met vreemde gebeurtenissen."
  • ""L'histoire de deux enfants que viennent hanter, sous les yeux désespérés d'une jeune gouvernante impuissante, les fantômes dépravés qui se jouent de leur innocence. Le roman le plus célèbre de James."
  • "Enriched Classics offer readers affordable editions of great works of literature enhanced by helpful notes and insightful commentary. The scholarship provided in Enriched Classics enables readers to appreciate, understand, and enjoy the world's finest books to their full potential."

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  • "Horror fiction"
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  • "Diary fiction"
  • "Nowele amerykańskie"
  • "Miniature books (Printing)"
  • "Gothic fiction"
  • "Lesbian & Gay"@en
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  • "Ghost stories"
  • "Ghost stories"@en
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  • "Fiction"@es
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  • "Genres littéraires"
  • "Readers"@en
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  • "Ghost stories, American"
  • "Popular literature"
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  • "The turn of the screw = La vuelta de tuerca"
  • "Vòng huyên bí = the turn of the screw"
  • "Luo si zai ning jin = The Turn of the Screw"
  • "The turn of the screw from KnowledgeNotes student guides"
  • "The Turn of the screw and The Aspern papers"
  • "Luo si zai ning jin = The turn of the screw"
  • "Le tour d'écrou (The turn of the screw)"
  • "The Turn of the Screw and the Aspern Papers"@en
  • "Yürek burgusu ; Ormandaki canavar ; Daisy Miller"
  • "Neji no kaiten : Onna katei kyōshi no shuki"@ja
  • "螺丝在拧紧 = The Turn of the Screw"
  • "Le tour d'écrou : récit"
  • "Das Geheimnis von Bly"
  • "Le tour d'écrou : roman"
  • "Tang-i Ahrīmanī"
  • "The Turn of the Screw And Other Short Novels"@en
  • "Neji no kaiten ; Deijī mirā"@ja
  • "The turn of the screw & The Aspern papers"
  • "A csavar fordul egyet : [regény]"@hu
  • "A volta do parafuso"@pt
  • "A volta do parafuso"
  • "The turn of the screw ; &, The Aspern papers"@en
  • "The turn of the screw and, the aspern papers"@en
  • "The turn of the screw an abridgement read by Judith Anderson"@en
  • "The turn of the screw ; Daisy Miller : analytic notes and review"@en
  • "Le tour d'écrou : [Roman]"
  • "Una altra volta de rosca"
  • "The turn of the screw ; & the lesson of the master"
  • "碧庐冤孽"
  • "The turn of the screw & in the cage"@en
  • "The turn of the screw"@en
  • "The turn of the screw"
  • "Das Geheimnis von Bly [Novelle] = The turn of the screw"
  • "Das Durchdrehen der Schraube : eine Geistergeschichte"
  • "Giro di vite : [testo originale a fronte]"@it
  • "Das Geheimnis von Bly : [Novelle] = The turn of the screw"
  • "ねぢの廻轉"
  • "Le tour d'ecrou. The turn of the screw"
  • "The turn of the screw : and other short stories"@en
  • "The turn of the screw unabridged"
  • "Bis zum Äussersten"
  • "The Turn of the Screw [in, The Aspern Papers and The Turn of the Screw: Edited with an Introduction by Anthony Curtis] (Penguin Classics)"
  • "The turn of the screw and other stories"
  • "螺丝在拧紧"
  • "Das Geheimnis von Bly = The turn of the screw ; [in neuer Übersetzung]"
  • "The turn of the screw & Daisy Miller"@en
  • "The Turn of the Screw. The Aspern Papers. Introd. by Kenneth B. Murdock"@en
  • "Neji no kaiten"
  • "Neji no kaiten"@ja
  • "The Turn of the Screw... with a critical essay by Robert Heilman and notes and questions prepared by Arthur Livingston"
  • "碧廬冤孽 = The Turn of the Screw"
  • "The turn of the screw : Abridged and simplified by Roland John"
  • "The turn of the screw & the lesson of the master"@en
  • "The turn of the screw and The aspern papers"
  • "ねぢの廻転 : 女家庭敎師の手記"
  • "The turn of the screw / Henry James"
  • "The turn of the screw : the aspern papers. Introd. by kenneth B. Murdock"
  • "La turno de la ŝraŭbo"
  • "Turn of the screw : also, The lesson of the Master"
  • "˜Theœ turn of the screw"
  • "TOUR D ECROU"
  • "Obrat vijaka"
  • "碧廬冤孽 = The turn of the screw"
  • "The turn of the screw & In the cage"
  • "The Turn of the Screw"@en
  • "The Turn of the Screw"
  • "The turn of the screw and the Aspern papers"
  • "Yürek burgusu"
  • "Yürek burgusu"@tr
  • "碧廬寃孽"
  • "Turn of the screw and the lesson of the master"
  • "The Turn of the screw"
  • "The Turn of the screw"@en
  • "Calafrio"
  • "The turn of the screw = Le tour d'ecrou"
  • "Bi lu yuan nie = The Turn of the Screw"
  • "Ontra volta á torniqueta"
  • "Das Geheimnis von Bly=The turn of the screw"
  • "Le Tour d'écrou. (The Turn of the screw)"
  • "The turn of the screw : a novel. And The Aspern papers: a novel"@en
  • "The turn of the screw & ; In the cage"
  • "A csavar fordul egyet : regény"
  • "The turn of the screw ; &, In the cage"
  • "The turn of the screw ; &, In the cage"@en
  • "To stripsimo tēs vidas"
  • "Le Tour d'écrou"
  • "الأبرياء"
  • "The turn of the screw : [and], Daisy Miller"
  • "Le tour d'ecrou"
  • "La vuelta de torno"@ca
  • "La vuelta de torno"@es
  • "La vuelta de torno"
  • "A Csavar fordul egyet"
  • "ねぢの廻転 : 女家庭教師の手記"
  • "The turn of the screw and the lesson of the master"@en
  • "The turn of the screw : The lesson by the master"@en
  • "Kruvi keere"
  • "Bi lu yuan nie"
  • "The Turn Of The Screw"@en
  • "al-Abriyaʼ : mih rawāʼiʻ al-adab al-ʻālamī"
  • "Schraubendrehungen : Erzählung"
  • "The Turn of The Screw"@en
  • "The turn of the screw, Daisy Miller, analytic notes and review, including James's air of evil by Oliver Evans"@en
  • "The turn of the screw = Le tour d'écrou"
  • "Schraubendrehungen : Aus d. Amerikan. übertr. von Alice Seiffert. Mit e. Nachw. von Rudolf Sühnel"
  • "De onschuldigen"
  • "The turn of the screw : and The lesson of the master"
  • "The turn of the screw [and] Daisy Miller"@en
  • "The turn of the screw and other short stories"
  • "The turn of the scres"@en
  • "Luo si zai ning jin"
  • "Otra vuelta de tuerca"
  • "Otra vuelta de tuerca"@es
  • "A csavar fordul egyet : [kisregény]"@hu
  • "The turn of the screw and other short works"
  • "Yuryongui jip = The turn of the screw"
  • "The Turn of the screw = La vuelta de tuerca"
  • "Le Tour d'écrou : récit"
  • "Utažení šroubu"
  • "Yuryŏng ŭi chip"
  • "The Turn of the Screw. : [A tale.]"
  • "Turn of the screw / Daisy Miller"
  • "The turn of the screw. : the lesson of the master. by Henry James"
  • "螺丝在拧紧 = The turn of the screw"
  • "Le tour d'ecrou : roman"
  • "Il Giro di vite"
  • "The turn of the screw ; The Aspern papers"
  • "ねじの回転"
  • "The turn og the screw"
  • "Giro di vite"
  • "Giro di vite"@it
  • "Outra volta á torniqueta"
  • "Una Altra volta de rosca"@ca
  • "Le tour d'écrou récit"
  • "The turn of the screw & the Aspern papers"@en
  • "The turn of the screw & the Aspern papers"
  • "The turn of the screw ; and, In the cage"@en
  • "Bi lu yuan nie = The turn of the screw"
  • "The Turn of the Screw. [A tale.]"@en
  • "Bis zum Äußersten = The turn of the screw"
  • "Turn of the screw"@en
  • "Turn of the screw"
  • "Schraubendrehungen"
  • "Das Durchdrehen der Schraube eine Geistergeschichte"
  • "La Vuelta de tuerca"
  • "The turn of the screw ; and, the Aspern papers"@en
  • "The turn of the screw [and] The lesson of the master. Introd. by Heywood Broun"
  • "The turn of the screw [and] The lesson of the master. Introd. by Heywood Broun"@en
  • "Turn of the Screw (Penguin Classics)"@en
  • "Die Teuflischen Erzählung = The turn of the screw"
  • "Turn of the Screw"@en
  • "Turn of the Screw"
  • "The turn of the screw : the Lesson of the master"
  • "A Volta do Parafuso"@pt
  • "Il giro di vite"
  • "Il giro di vite"@it
  • "Vòng huyè̂n bí = The turn of the screw"
  • "Vòng huyên bí = The turn of the screw"@en
  • "The turn of the screw : complete and unabridged"
  • "Giro di vite; romanzo"
  • "Two short novels"@en
  • "Two short novels"
  • "Le tour d' ecrou"
  • "Koxka bat estuago"
  • "Neji no kaiten : onna katei kyōshi no shuki"
  • "Una Volta de rosca"@ca
  • "The turn of the screw ; and the lesson of the master"
  • "Nejino kaiten"@ja
  • "The Turn of the screw. : the Aspern papers. Introd. by Kenneth B. Murdock"@en
  • "Povorot vinta"
  • "The turn of the screw : [novel]"
  • "Yürek Burgusu : Ormandaki Canavar/Daisy Miller"
  • "Le Tour d'ecrou"
  • "Der letzte Dreh der Schraube"
  • "碧廬冤孽"
  • "The turn of the screw and The Aspern Papers"
  • "The turn of the screw and : the Aspern papers"
  • "The turn of the screw, and In the cage"
  • "Le tour d'écrou = The turn of the screw"
  • "Le tour d'écrou"
  • "The Turn of the screw = Le tour d'écrou"
  • "The Turn of the screw ... With a critical essay by Robert Heilman and notes & questions prepared by Arthur Livingston"@en
  • "Una volta de rosca"
  • "Two short novels by Henry James"
  • "Le tour d'ecrou; un roman"

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