Daisy miller Essay[1]

Daisy miller Essay[1] - Composition II Ms Briese Daisy...

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Composition II Ms. Briese Daisy Miller Critical Analysis Daisy miller’s innocence/ expatriate American society disapproving of her actions “Daisy Miller: A Study” is a famous novel written by Henry James, an “…American- born author of 20 novels and more than 100 stories, plays, and pieces of literary criticism…”(North 1). James is a well-known author born in America, and wrote 20 novels and more than 100 stories, plays, and literary criticisms. James was born in New York City in 1843 and was the second child in a large and wealthy family. James spent part of his childhood in London, Geneva, and Paris before his family settled down in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Later, James dropped out of Harvard Law School to write and is now considered one of the greatest American novelists of the 19 th century. Throughout the novel, Daisy Miller: A Study, Daisy Miller was perceived by the expatriate Americans as a young woman guilty of unnecessary, flirtatious behavior. Since the
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2011 for the course COMP 2 taught by Professor Briese during the Spring '11 term at Iowa Lakes.

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Daisy miller Essay[1] - Composition II Ms Briese Daisy...

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