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Outward Action versus Inward Meditation In the American summer resort in the month of June there have been always nice features among whom we have Daisy Miller She was a young American girl who always appeared to be in the best humor with everything She was a representative of American girls in the strict society of Europe where firm customs would make people behave opposing to their inner feelings Vevey the summer resort is a mixture of American and European cultures where Winterbourne found the best conditions to talk to a young unmarried lady while he would not find it anytime in Geneva where he had lived too long to get the routine ethnicities Unlike Daisy Miller who is a carefree pretty girl winterbourne never acts on his impulses He would prefer to evaluate his desires rather than act autonomously Thus he is incapable of seeing the real Daisy Instead of understanding her he tries to understand why society-if there was any- and his aunt do not approve Daisys behaviors Daisys outward actions give the idea that this young lady is pretty but very common who has also an intimacy with her mammas courier regarding Mrs Costellos ideas about her This old woman often intimated that if she didnt suffer from terrible headaches she would have made a deeper impact on her society yet she is not the only one who doesnt approve of Daisys manners we have Mrs Walker who is devoted to the customs of Europe and believes Daisy is ruining herself by doing whatever that was not done there Flirting dancing and receiving visits at eleven oclock at night Even Winterbourne wonders whether Daisys defiance came from the consciousness of innocence or from her being essentially a young person of the reckless class He sometimes regards her as the prettiest girl he had ever seen whom he was addicted to observe and analyze her various features
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