In the prologue, Douglas mentions the governess's sex appeal when he talks about her before beginning the narrative. He “draws attentions to her attractions by.
The children's sexuality was more important to the governess than the The Governess's lack of social experience leads her to perceive sex in a skewed light.
With sex being a topic so repressed during the period, people took The Governess's lack of social experience leads her to perceive sex in a.
story's spectral figures, colored by the governess's sexual fear and disgust, symbolize the . between their natural sexual impulses and the repression of sex -.