The Governess In The Turn Of The Screw By Henry James

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In the book, The Turn of the Screw, by Henry James, I think the governess seems very knowledgeable, religious, caring, protective, and loving. I feel the governess is knowledgeable for an obvious reason: she is a governess, which means she must have gone to school herself and obtained enough information to be able to teach her knowledge to children. I also think she is religious because she goes to church every week. As well as being knowledgeable and religious, I believe the governess is caring and protective because when she saw Peter Quint she immediately did not want to go to church, for fear of leaving the children alone with the deceased Mr. Quint. Another reason why I think she is protective, caring, and loving is that she started to
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