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June 22, 2005

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serafin

i am a student in a college in Manado, Indonesia. now i am writing about daisy miller to finish my study. can i have any information about this novel? and please send it to my email. thank you

Summie

This is a fantastic analysis! I read with awe at your insights and have a new way of reading this, which is one my favorite stories by Henry James. Thank you so much! It's cool to see people like myself who cannot get enough of writing about literature :)

Jeff

Snakey Woods - is (was) a real place; a patch of undeveloped land north of Beeston, near Bramcote, on the western outskirts of Nottingham. I often played there as a child and was not aware of it being a 'lover's lane' locale but given the lack of other venues at the time that he wrote it may well have been. Alas it is now completely built over.

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