This Norton Critical Edition includes:
The New York Edition text of the novel-the one that had James's final authority-newly and fully annotated by Jonathan Warren.
A full introduction, compositional history and textual notes by Jonathan Warren.
Revised and expanded contextual materials, topically organised to promote classroom discussion: "James, the Ghost Story, and the Supernatural", "James on The Turn of the Screw", "Other Possible Sources for The Turn of the Screw" and, new to the Third Edition, "Adaptations and Illustrations". Thirty-two critical assessments-from early reactions to the present day-sixteen of them new to the Third Edition.
A chronology and suggestions for further reading.
About the Series
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