Nov 17 2011

Web Wednesday: Library Edition

Published by at 3:47 pm under Eng170W

In the story of Daisy Miller, I found that this girl would be normal in this time period, but not when the book was written. In the book, it seems like Daisy was always on an endless quest for something, even though she didn’t notice it. While Winterbourne was always trying to understand her thought process, but couldn’t seem to understand. Which brings about a question if it’s still the same with the stereotype that women are complicated or men just don’t understand the way women think. Did Daisy Miller really fall in love? Was she¬†insistent¬†on doing things her own way because she didn’t know or because that was how she was brought up? What was Winterbourne looking for in Daisy? Did Winterbourne truly love Daisy?

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