Daisy soon points to a nearby castle and wonders if Winterborne has seen it

Daisy soon points to a nearby castle and wonders if Winterborne has seen it

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Daisy soon points to a nearby castle and wonders if Winterborne has seen it. She wants to go, but  her mother doesn't feel up to it. Winterborne offers his assistance. He will be glad to escort Miss  Miller and her mother to the castle, but Daisy thinks that her mother wouldn't like to go. Suddenly  Winterborne realizes that Daisy is willing to go with him alone. When Eugenio appears, she explains  to Winterborne that he is their courier and then, addressing Eugenio, says that Mr. Winterborne has  promised to take her to the castle. Winterborne feels that there has been a breach of discretion and  he offers to introduce Daisy Miller to his aunt, who will vouch for his character. But Daisy doesn't  seem concerned. She leaves telling him that they will soon arrange a trip to the castle. In this story, James uses something he calls a "central intelligence" to narrate the story. This means 
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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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