Daisy Miller | Critical Essay by Leon Edel

This literature criticism consists of approximately 13 pages of analysis & critique of Daisy Miller.
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Critical Essay by Leon Edel

SOURCE: "Daisy," in Henry James: The Conquest of London, J. B. Lippincott Company, 1962, pp. 302-18.

In the following excerpt, Edel discusses public reaction to Daisy Miller.

"My London life flows evenly along, making, I think, in various ways more and more of a Londoner of me," Henry wrote to William at the end of January 1878. "If I keep along here patiently for a certain time I rather think I shall become a (sufficiently) great man. I have got back to work with great zest after my autumnal loafings, and mean to do some this year which will make a mark. I am, as you suppose, weary of writing articles about places, and mere potboilers of all kinds; but shall probably, after the next six months, be able to forswear it altogether, and give myself up seriously to 'creative' writing. Then...

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