Daisy Miller: A Study
    
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A Beautiful and flirtatious American girl Daisy Miller and a sophisticated compatriot Frederick Winterbourne first meet in Switzerland. They continue to see each other in Rome and meet more American expatriates there, but their relationship does not always flow smoothly. Henry James uses Daisy's story to discuss what he thinks Europeans and Americans believe about each other, and more generally the prejudices common in any culture. The story is one of James' most popular works.
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