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Analyse the representation of racial and ethnic difference in TWO texts,The Turn of the Screw and Jane Eyre

*Please use Harvard referencing stlye Read and reference some of those readings below : Read: *Shoshana Felman, “Turning the Screw of Interpretation,” YFS 55-56 (114 pp.). (You might find it helpful to read Eagleton, Ch. 4, "Psychoanalysis," for background; please make sure you have read Ch. 6 of Boyle/Bennett on “The Uncanny”) *Mary Poovey, “The Ideological Work of Gender” (23 pp.) and *“The Anathematized Race: The Governess and Jane Eyre” (38 pp.) *Nancy Armstrong, “Seduction and the Scene of Reading” from Desire and Domestic Fiction (8 pp.) *Sedgwick “Some Heuristics for Reading 19th-Century Fiction” (4 pp.) and please go through the lecture note on 'representation'
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