Henry James’s Daisy Miller and also The American

With characteristic sensitivity and ambiguity, James’s novella and novel both represent the meeting of American and European cultures and the clash between them. James’s so-called International
Theme can be read more broadly as representing the clash between any two different cultures and also the liminal space between them.

Submission by Kim Moreland GWU Professor of English

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  1. Edy says:

    Sep 8, 2012

    So I’ve took my time to look through a bunch of other copelus’ photos on this blog but yours are definitely the best love the colors, the props, the background you both look so lovely. Hope I get to see the wedding photos too!!

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