1.Your summary should identify the scholar’s main argument(s) and should be primarily in your own words; keep supporting quotations to a minimum. (The summary should be no more than a paragraph).
2.Your analysis should identify the particular critical perspectives the scholar has drawn upon to help make their argument. Include at least one supporting quotation from Steven Lynn’s Texts and Contexts, 7th ed.
3.You are also invited to compare/contrast your secondary source with assigned critical essays in Peter Beidler’s 3rd ed. of the Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism volume on Henry James’s The Turn of the Screw
4. Lastly, include your own evaluation of your secondary source. Did you find the central thesis persuasive? Illuminating? Why or why not?

Sources: I only need to use these 2 sources that the teacher told me
My secondary source the article that is attached in the pdf. file below.
Ives, C. B. “James’s Ghosts in The Turn of the Screw.” Nineteenth-Century Fiction, vol. 18, no. 2, 1963, pp. 183–189. JSTOR, Accessed 1 Nov. 2020.

Also, the pictures are screenshots of the book for parts 2 and 3. which is Steven Lynn’s Texts and Contexts, 7th ed.

James’s Ghosts in The Turn of the Screw