"Alchemies of Mind": The Emotional Landscape
of Classical Nineteenth-Century Texts

Bryn Mawr College
Spring 2006

First Web Papers: Turning the Screw on Henry James,
William James and Sigmund Freud
(January 30, 2006)

Alice BrysonDepths Of Deception: Mrs. Grose and the Governess
Jillian DavisTurn of the Screw or Just Plain Screwy: A Pseudo-Christian Interpretation
Allie EiselenTurn of the Screw Paper
Emily FeenstraThe Order of Emotions
Christopher HaagenLoving Between the Lines: Unrequited Love through Transmission and Retelling of Stories
Adina HalpernSelf-Perpetuating Fear in the Turn of the Screw
Steph HeroldAnxiety and Truth in Henry James' The Turn of the Screw
Angeldeep KaurThe James Brothers on Emotion: Representation of Emotion in The Turn of the Screw
Laura OttenTherapy for the Governess; A Psychoanalytic View of her Sickness and Crime
Jorge RodriguezThe role of repression in Henry James' "The Turn of the Screw"
Jessica Rosenberg'Alchemies of Hormonal Imbalance': The Emotional Landscape
Tyler SagardoyApplying the Emotion Theory of William James to Fiction Writing
Laura SockolA Tale of Two Brothers: The Reader's Emotional Response to Henry James' Turn of the Screw
Sky StegallViewing the Story vs. Reading the Movie: Turn of the Screw
Amy SternThe Ghost in the Mirror
Lauren SweeneyA Victim of Her Own Device

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