Daisy Miller

A Study in Two Parts

Author: Henry James
Published: 1879
Language: English
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 68.1
LoC Category: PS
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ticular, the various hotels at which they had stopped. "That English lady in the cars," she said--"Miss Featherstone-- asked me if we didn't all live in hotels in America. I told her I had never been in so many hotels in my life as since I came to Europe. I have never seen so many--it's nothing but hotels." But Miss Miller did not make this remark with a querulous accent; she appeared to be in the best humor with everything. She declared that the hotels were very good, when once you got used to their ways, and that Europe was perfectly sweet. She was not disappointed--not a bit. Perhaps it was because she had heard so much about it before. She had ever so many intimate friends that had been there ever so many times. And then she had had ever so many dresses and things from Paris. Whenever she put on a Paris dress she felt as if she were in Europe.

"It was a kind of a wishing cap," said Winterbourne.

"Yes," said Miss Miller without examining this analogy; "it always made me wish I was here. But I

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Average Rating of 5 from 2 reviews: *****
2012.07.27
Kjerst
*****

Another enjoyable Henry James story. Daisy Miller, a girl who lived life as she saw best, rather than how others expect her to be. The frequent subject of gossip in the high society, she is seen as a flirt and her family as "commoners" because they treated their courier as a part of the family.

this book and this short novel is very intesting, i felt while reading it as if it touched my heart from inside, it deserves to be readed


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