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Alisha Chaudhry

on 28 May 2014

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Transcript of DAISY MILLER

Society constantly places labels and expectations on us, making their own assumptions about our character.
The Awakening
A Soul Selects Her Own Society
Relevance to Today
Being unique
Subconsciously accept
Societal labels

Women were expected to take care of their children and the household.
Edna wants more than what society expects of her
Daisy doesn't care what society thinks of her, and Edna eventually begins to also
Both stray from normal gender roles
"They're horribly common"-it was perfectly simple. "They're the sort of Americans that one does one's duty by just ignoring."
" I haven't the least idea. They're very dreadful people."
They're hopelessly vulgar," said Mrs. Costello.
"The only thing I don't like," she proceeded, " is the society. There ain't any society-or if there is I don't know where it keeps itself.

The Great Gatsby
Society plays a big role in the Daisy's and Gatsby's life.
Daisy gives society a lot of importance.
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Dickinson, Emily. "The Soul Selects Her Own Society." Poemhunter.com. Poem Hunter , n.d. Web. 28 May 2014. <http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/the-soul-selects-her-own-society/>.
"The soul selects her own society." The soul selects her own society. Emily Dickinson , n.d. Web. 28 May 2014. <http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/english/melani/cs6/selects.html>.
"Daisy Miller." , by Henry James, 1878. Daisy Miller Study , n.d. Web. 28 May 2014. <http://www2.newpaltz.edu/~hathawar/daisy0.html>.
The Soul selects her own Society --
Then -- shuts the Door --
To her divine Majority --
Present no more --

Unmoved -- she notes the Chariots -- pausing --
At her low Gate --
Unmoved -- an Emperor be kneeling
Upon her Mat --

I've known her -- from an ample nation --
Choose One --
Then -- close the Valves of her attention --
Like Stone --
Emily Dickinson
Choosing love over everything else.
Winterbourne does this for Daisy.
Soul is not influenced by power.
Works Cited
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