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Governess’ Sanity and Honesty The novel, The Turn of the Screw, written by Henry James is a suspenseful and ghost story that is told and holds darkness that cannot be explained nor proven. James writes the story so the reader has to think about what they had just read and interpret how they believe it is. He does this to intrigue the readers to continue to read on. Through the novel, the reader is unsure if the main character, the Governess, is just making up these ghosts, if they are legitimate or whether her story can be completely trusted.
It was really a time of growth that was very prosperous for America. In this time Americans started to change and take pride in what they wore, ate, and did for entertainment and many other things. A lot of this growth and advancement had great effect on the theatre and the circus business. Those advances also led to inventions we have today. An example is the oil and gas lamp.
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The 1920s was a wonderful time for the beginning of a better life for all United States citizens. There was prosperity after the war ended. It created many opportunities for new business and technology to make daily living change forever. The culture of the 1920s changed dramatically with different industries taking off at full speed. This period was called the roaring twenties because the night life, showgirls, and glam won over everyone 's hearts.
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