Analyze the following passage from Daisy Miller and write an essay explaining in at least 550 words how this passage illuminates the entire novella
Analyze the following passage from Daisy Miller and write an essay explaining in at least 550 words how this passage illuminates the entire novella. Be sure to reference other passages from the novella as well as utilize various resources to support your thesis. Note that this passage gives reference to four of the key players in the novella. She gave me a message: she told me to tell you. She told me to tell you that she never was engaged to that handsome Italian. I am sure I am very glad; Mr. Giovanelli hasn’t been near us since she was taken ill. I thought he was so much of a gentleman; but I don’t call that very polite! A lady told me that he was afraid I was angry with him for taking Daisy round at night. Well, so I am; but I suppose he knows I’m a lady. I would scorn to scold him. Any way, she says she’s not engaged. I don′t know why she wanted you to know; but she said to me three times — ″Mind you tell Mr. Winterbourne.″ And then she told me to ask if you remembered the time you went to that castle, in Switzerland. But I said I wouldn’t give any such messages as that. Only, if she is not engaged, I’m sure I’m glad to know it. Create a solid thesis statement which lays out your argument. Use the character chart completed earlier to aid you in outlining your key points. Find three passages from the novella which support your thesis and reference them in your essay. Research three outside critiques of the novella and include them in your analysis and argument. Develop a strong conclusion which restates your thesis, summarizes your main points, and seeks to pull the essay together. Vary syntax throughout your essay and create smooth transitions which help the overall flow of the essay.
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