The Turn of the Screw
The Turn of the Screw Symbolism, Imagery & Allegory
Sometimes, there’s more to Lit than meets the eye.
Nautical imagery occasionally appears as a symbol for – well, we're not quite sure what, but going from everything else in the story, it probably has to do with confusion and lack of knowledg...
Creepy, unnatural silence is a sign of Peter Quint's presence in both his first appearance and when he shows up inside the house on the staircase. In the first of these scenes, the Governess, who i...
"Depths" and the Unknown
OK, you've got us – this isn't exactly an image, symbol, or allegory. However, it is a hugely significant word, so bear with us. "Depth" is probably the most notable recurring word that shows...
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