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Henery James' "Daisy Miller"Henery James' "Daisy Miller"It is stated that Henry James was a revered critic, but also what type of writer?as a subtle psychological realist writerWhat era, or time period, does the novella "Daisy Miller" represent?The late 1800's, or turn of the centuryAt Daisy's funeral, what does Giovanelli tell Winterborne about Daisy?That she was innocentWhere does the story of Daisy Miller begin?At the little town of Vevey, SwitzerlandWhen Randolph first meets Winterborne, what does Randolph ask Winterborne for?A sugar cubeOf what did Daisy die?Daisy died from a terrible case of the feverWho was Giovanelli?An Italian of unknown background and origins who has a very indiscreet friendship with Daisy that is missinterpreted as being a physical relationship.What four themes are found in "Daisy Miller: A Study"?(1) individual vs. community, (2) socialization of girls, (3) the balance of power between sexes, (4) the need for women to be true to their nature.Where was Daisy buried?Daisy's grave was in the little Protestant cemetary, in an angle of the wallof imperial Rome, beneath the cypress and the thick spring-flowers.Based on their social skills, or the lack there of, from what socio-economic group does it appear that Daisy and her family hae come? Nouveau richeJewett and GilmanJewett and GilmanWhat type of animal was the young sportsman seeking when he met Sylvia in the woods?A whiteheronWhat type of female characters populated the written works of Sarah Orne Jewett?Strong women populated her rural talesFrom what type of tree did Sylvia gain her vantage point that allowed her at daybreak to spy the nest of the heron?a great white pineA third theme found in Gilman's "The Yellow Wallpaper" was...The creative and intellectual frustration faced by American women at that time, whether married or notCharlotte Perkins Gilman's story, "The Yellow Wallpaper" was based on what?issues and incidents from her own lifeJewett's "A White Heron" has such a simple plot that it might suggest what?a children's story
In what style is "The Yellow Wallpaper" written? Drawing from the well-established gothic tradition and style of writing. Gilman took the story in a whole new and modern directionWhat type of writer is Sarah Orne Jewett most often viewed as?Sarah Orne Jewett is most often seen as a regionalist writer who grew up in a costal town of Maine and writes of that area and its people.There are three themes tat are discussed in Gillman's "The Yellow Wallpaper" That are specific to that story. One of them is...The bumbling and paternalistic medical treatment of "womens troubles" at the end of the 19th century.A second theme found in "The Yellow Wallpaper" is...The aridity and suffocation possible in the late Victorian age marriage.