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Daisy Miller, Henry James
Chapter 3, pg.88-90
·Note: I will not make a clearly identifiable distinction between the narrator, Winterbourne or myself, as I believe this haziness to be a fundamental mode of transmission of the message the author wants to portray. The short story 'Daisy Miller' is quite ironically not about Daisy at all. Rather it is a novel about Winterbourne and more broadly about society as a whole. In fact, to extend this prominent message even further, it is a novel about interpretations and impressions. Hence I have merged my own identity with…
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