The meaning of Daisy’s death in Henry James’s Daisy Miller

The meaning of Daisy’s death in Henry James’s Daisy Miller

Daisy Miller> ends with Daisy’s sudden death after catching Roman Fever, the endemic malaria in the 19th century. While the whole book portrays her as an outsider and outrageous American girl who resists and fights against European convention,I assume that her death can be interpreted as the symbol of cultural conflict.

Ideal flow of the writing: 1. Americans’ acceptive attitude of European values in 19th century(for example, trips to Europe were preffered by rich Americans) 2. Daisy Miller depicted as a defiant character against European image of women 3. Cultural, social meaning of her death
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