Read the description of the resort town of Vevey, Switzerland, with which Daisy Miller opens. The narrator compares aspects of Vevey to resorts in America, noting that Vevey “assumes some of the characteristics of an American watering-place sights and sounds which evoke a vision, an echo, of Newport and Saratoga.” Why might this statement be ironic? Whose point of view does this observation tap into? Look carefully at the paragraph in which Winterbourne and Daisy first meet (para. 27). How does the narrator distinguish between Geneva and Vevey? What is the significance of that distinction with regard to the themes of the story?
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