Originally Posted by j. d. worthington
That's largely because one of those pieces, "The Turn of the Screw", is one of the most notable ghost stories ever written; certainly the figures of Peter Quint and Miss Jessel are difficult to forget... even if they are ghosts in a somewhat different sense than usual....
All of James' ghostly tales were collected into a single, moderately-sized volume back in 1949: The Ghostly Tales of Henry James....
Thats good to know. I was wondering what ghost stories he is famous for.
The name of Robert Louis Stevenson story you wondered about in the reading thread is The Body Snatcher
A title that gives me hope about the macabre in the story