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Overview

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Author

Henry James

Year Published

1878

Type

Novella

Genre

Drama

Perspective and Narrator

Daisy Miller is told from the point of view of an unknown peripheral first-person narrator who conveys events from the point of view of the novella's main character, Winterbourne.

Tense

Daisy Miller is written in the past and present tenses.

About the Title

Daisy Miller is the name of the young American woman with whom the story's main character, Winterbourne, is obsessed. The name itself implies a kind of ordinariness that suggests Daisy is not from a historically wealthy family.

Summary

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