By Henry James
Vacationing in Europe together with her kinfolk, Daisy Miller, an exquisitely attractive younger American lady, provides her fellow-countryman Winterbourne with a drawback he can't unravel. Is she intentionally flouting social conference within the outspoken approach she talks and acts, or is she easily blind to these conventions? while she moves up an intimate friendship with an urbane younger Italian, her flat refusal to watch the codes of good behaviour go away her perilously uncovered. In Daisy Miller James created his first nice portrait of the enigmatic and dangerously autonomous American lady, a determine who may come to dominate his later masterpieces.
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Litt. from Oxford, and on this last trip to Europe he is lionized to the point of gratiﬁcation. Builds his last mansion, Stormﬁeld, a Florentine palace in Redding, Connecticut. His ﬁnal years are clouded by paranoia and depression, though his personal popularity continues, associated with his ﬂamboyant white suit, which during this period becomes year-round wear. Daughter Jean dies in 1909; Clemens follows her on 21 April 1910. This page intentionally left blank THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER This page intentionally left blank to MY WIFE this book is affectionately dedicated This page intentionally left blank PREFACE Most of the adventures recorded in this book really occurred; one or two were experiences of my own, the rest those of boys who were schoolmates of mine.
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