‘Just as, in the end, the detective is revealed to be the criminal, the doctor-therapist, the would-be analyst, herself turns out to be but an analysand. The Turn of the Screw in fact deconstructs all these traditional oppositions; the exorcist and the possessed, the doctor and the patient, the sickness and the cure, the symptom and the proposed interpretation of the symptom, here become interchangeable, or at the very least, undecidable’ (Felman, 1982, p. 176).