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Meant To Be An analysis of the relationship between Daisy and Winterbourne From the short novel Daisy Miller by Henry James By Daina Tavenier In the short novel Daisy Miller Henry James creates a complex and intricate relationship between the two main characters Daisy Miller and Winterbourne a relation ship that evidently could not have gone any further than it did An extended relationship between Daisy and Winterbourne could never happen regarding their being a part of a stiffly conventional society the restraints of Winterbournes character and the different way Daisy and Winterbourne took the word of others At the time this story takes place having a relationship with a woman like Daisy would be frowned upon Shes a flirty loud and open kind of girl whereas the ideal woman at that time was demure quite and very formal in their courting Winterbourne wouldnt have been able to handle being in a relationship that would demean his social credibility He would have been talked about just as much as Daisy was and most individuals including Winterbourne wouldnt have been able to take it Winterbourne is the kind of person who cant be comfortable with someone until he can label him or her This is the case when Winterbourne first meets Daisy Miller he can not be comfortable talking to her until he has her catalogued Winterbourne found that
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