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Unformatted text preview: Daisy introduces the two gentlemen with perfect ease. Winterborne notices that Mr. Giovanelli is not a gentleman. He is a clever imitation but anyone with discrimination could see that he is, however, an imitation. As they walk, Daisy continues to perplex Winterborne. She is not the type one could simply dismiss as a "lawless woman"; on the other hand she certainly does not conduct herself as a young lady should. After a few minutes, Winterborne notices Mrs. Walker in a nearby carriage motioning to him. When he goes to her, she tells him it is a pity to let Daisy Miller ruin herself. She plans to take Daisy into the carriage with her and then deposit her at home with Mrs. Miller. She calls to Daisy, who comes readily. Mrs. Walker asks her to get in, but Daisy refuses. Mrs. Walker reminds her that she is too young to ruin her reputation and that she is being talked about. Daisy is surprised and wants to know young to ruin her reputation and that she is being talked about....
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at University of Houston.
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