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In the winter of that same year, Winterbourne arrives in Rome to visit his aunt, who is vacationing there for several weeks. His aunt reports that the Millers are there too. Winterbourne says that he will go see them, but his aunt warns him that Daisy has been seen with low-class locals and is causing much gossip among the Americans. He defends Daisy and her family as "not bad" in spite of their lack of cultivation, but the news that she has been entertaining men makes him question the impression he made on her in Vevey. Instead of seeing her first, he visits other friends.

At the home of Mrs. Walker, an American he knew in Geneva, Winterbourne runs into the Millers. Daisy accuses him of avoiding her and then teasingly goes off to speak to the hostess, leaving Winterbourne chatting with Mrs. Miller. She, too, describes...

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