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It is January 1895 and Henry James's play, GUY DOMVILLE, from which he hoped to make his fortune, has failed on the London stage. Opening with this disaster, The Master spans the next five years of James's life, during which time he moves to Rye in Sussex, having found his dream retreat. There he writes his short masterpiece THE TURN OF THE SCREW, a tale in which he incorporates many details from his own life, including his experiences as a member of one of the great eccentric American families and, later, an exile in ...

The Master 2006, Edhasa

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