While I will list the original sources of the criticisms I have referred to in my essay, they may also be found in one of two compilations entitled: 1) A Casebook on Henry James’s The Turn of the Screw, ed. Gerald Willen, Thomas Y. Crowell Co., New York, 1960.; and, 2) Henry James The Turn of the Screw – An Authoritative Text, Backgrounds and Sources, Essays in Criticism, ed. Robert Kimbrough, W.W. Norton & Co., 1966. I will hereafter abbreviate these volumes as A Casebook, and Authoritative Text. I will double footnote in case the reader should be lucky enough to obtain one of these fairly obscure compilations.
1) “The Point of View” by Leon Edel. From Chapter III, The Psychological Novel: 1900-1959 (J. B. Lippincott Co.: New York, 1955), pp. 56-68. Or, Authoritative Text, pp. 228-234.
2) “The Aspern Papers”, By Henry James. Copyright 1908 by Henry James. From the preface. Or, A Casebook, pp.95-101.
6) “A Pre-Freudian Reading of The Turn of the Screw”, by Harold C. Goddard. From Nineteenth-Century Fiction, XII, No. 1 (June, 1957), pp. 1-36; published by the University of California Press. Or, A Casebook, pp. 244-272.
7) “The Ambiguity of Henry James”, by Edmond Wilson. From The Triple Thinkers, Revised and Enlarged Edition, New York: Oxford University Press, 1948, pp. 88-132. Or, A Casebook, pp. 115-153.
8) “The Governess Turns the Screw”, by John Lydenberg. From Nineteenth-Century Fiction, XII, No. 1 (June, 1957), pp.37-58. Or, A Casebook, pp. 273-290.
9) “The Turn of the Screw as Poem”, by Robert Heilman. From The University of Kansas City Review, XIV (Summer, 1948), pp. 277-289. Or, A Casebook, pp. 174-188.
12) “James Air of Evil: The Turn of the Screw”, by Oliver Evans. From Partisan Review, XVI (February, 1949), pp. 175-187. Or, A Casebook, pp. 200-211.
13) “Henry James as Freudian Pioneer”, by Oscar Cargill. From Chicago Review, X (Summer, 1956), pp. 13-29. Or, A Casebook, pp. 223-238.
14) “The Turn of the Screw and The Turn of the Century”, by John J. Enck. From Authoritative Text, pp. 259-269.
15) “Point of View in The Turn of the Screw”, by Alexander E. Jones. From PMLA, LXXIV (March, 1959), pp. 112-122. Or, A Casebook, pp. 298-318.
16) “The Aspern Papers”, by Henry James. Copyright 1908 by Henry James. From the preface. Or, Casebook, pp. 95-101.
19) The Letters of Henry James, ed. Percy Lubbock (N.Y., 1920), p. 110. Or, Authoritative Text, A Note on John La Farge’s Illustration for Henry James’s The Turn of the Screw, S.P. Rosenbaum, pp. 254-259.