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Publisher's Summary

The innocent and insolent Daisy confronts the traditions of old Europe and confounds all of the people (especially the men) who surround her. All throughout the story, there are classic Jamesian views on the differences between English and American societies.
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This story read wonderfully and made me being a gaged in the story and really enjoined it and to "feel" it. I can now imagine lively the characters of the story due the wonderful voice and pitch of the reading of the story. I do recommend it !!!!

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  • remuera
  • 12-07-15

Good description of Americans

This book shows that there is snobbery in the USA as there is in European countries and the new wealthy in USA are vulnerable to exploitation as they are more innocent than some others.