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Daisy Miller shows the various tensions between Europe and America Daisy Miller starts out in a hotel in Vevey Switzerland when a gentleman named Winterbourne meets Daisy a young beautiful American girl traveling through Europe Daisy and her mother Mrs Miller are traveling all over Europe while her father is home in Schenectady New York working While Daisy is in Europe she does not accept European ideas to be her own unlike many Americans living abroad which are referred to as Europeanized Americans Winterbourne to the contrary has been living in Europe since he left America when he was younger Winterbourne takes a strong liking to Daisy even though his aunt Mrs Costello does not approve of him even speaking to Daisy because she is not of a high enough rank for Winterbourne to even socialize with Winterbourne and Daisy spend much time together and even had a date at a close by castle named Chillon Winterbourne then returns to Geneva to meet another woman but agrees to meet-up with Daisy again in the winter When winter comes around Winterbourne goes to Rome and finds out Daisy has been with a lot of Italian men of no important rank While Winterbourne was away Daisy met one suitor Mr Giovanelli It is pointed out that Daisy may even have fallen in love with Giovanelli Daisy then walks outside with Winterbourne and Giovanelli against the wishes of Mrs Walker Later when Mrs Walker then throws a party Daisy arrives with Giovanelli Mrs Walker takes this as an insult and makes the decision to stop speaking to Daisy Daisy is not happy about Mrs Walker snubbing her but still continues to be with Giovanelli Daisy continues to be with Giovanelli even while Winterbourne is visiting Winterbourne inquires as to whether or not Daisy is engaged to Giovanelli which she doesnt answer right away however it is found out later she was never engaged to Giovanelli
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