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ISBN: 1441783911 / ISBN-13: 9781441783912

Daisy Miller


Travelling in Europe with her family, Daisy Miller, an exquisitely beautiful young American woman, presents her fellow-countryman Winterbourne with a ... Show synopsis

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  • Daisy Miller (Blackstone Audiobooks) – Audiobook CD (2011)
    by Henry James, Susan O'Malley (Read by)

    Daisy Miller

    Audiobook CD, Blackstone Audiobooks

    ISBN: 1441783911
    ISBN-13: 9781441783912

    When Frederick meets the newly rich American Daisy Miller traveling in Europe, he is charmed by the girl's fresh audacity and innocence. But her ignorance of European social codes soon sparks rumors of her impropriety.

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Overall customer rating: 3.000
Susan TW

Not James' Best

by Susan TW on Jan 12, 2012

I had to read this in college and was quite open to all kinds of Victorian and Edwardian literature, having been a long-time fan of the ever-depressing Thomas Hardy. However the character of Daisy was so annoying and falsely capricious (I mean forced to be so by the author) that I couldn't sympathize with her at all. The other characters and settings were seen through her eyes, unfortunately, as boring and worthless. So there was no redeeming reason to pay close attention to much in this book. It put me off reading anything else by Henry James for a long time. Luckily, I got over it, but this still rates as one of his least impressive works, in my estimation. What I found ironically funny was that the film version, with California girl, Cybil Shepherd, really captured Daisy's vapidity so well, though I'm sure that was not their intention. It was probably why it received such bad reviews.* That this was so speaks for the book as well, since most of James' novels have translated so well into film ("The Europeans", "the Bostonians", "The Golden Bowl", "Portrait of a Lady" and so on). * "Miscast" is Emmanuel Levy's view of Shepherd and he is not alone. "Painfully boring, the acting is wooden and unappealing, a misguided mess." - James Higgins Still others wonder what director Peter Bogdanovich was thinking, after a string of three major hits. Maybe it was the material!

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