Nov 14, 2006
Cool things to check out:
Crochet Sea Creatures not to be believed (Thank you
Dawn!), Check out Yarn-a-go-go's site and then check
into NaNoWriMo! It's not
too late! Then there's The Thread
Project (One World, One Cloth), and I ran out of time to talk about
My Paper Crane from
I'll never do this to you.
Here's Henry, by the way:
By Unknown photographer - taken from the frontispiece of Short Story Classics (American) Volume Three, edited by William Patten, copyright 1905, printed by P.F. Collier & Son. Photographer unknown. Scanned by English Wikipedian, MakeRocketGoNow., Public Domain, Link
I think you'll need this over the next few weeks.:
Probably represents Henry James. (Diagetic Level 1)
The one in possession of the Governess' manuscript. He may have been in love with her. (Diagetic Level 2)
The protagonist--twenty-year-old governess of Flora and Miles at the country estate of Bly. (Diagetic Level 3)
A servant at Bly; illiterate, respectful.
A ten-year-old boy; charming, well-behaved, and very attractive.
An eight-year-old girl; beautiful and well mannered.
The Children’s Uncle
The governess's employer; good looking, but aloof with odd requirements for the job...
A former valet at Bly; "infamous" throughout the area of Bly.
The governess's predecessor; a lady, young and beautiful, but "infamous," apparently had an inappropriate relationship with Quint.
May thanks to Nikolle Doolin for her SEXY reading of Henry James' Turn of the Screw. If you check out her site, you'll see why she's so good... except for that blasted microphone...