symbloic mieaning in daisy miller
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Daisy and her younger brother are both symbols is this novel. Daisy represents America (youthful, fresh, ingenuous, clueless, naïve, innocent, well meaning, self-centered, untaught, scornful of convention, unaware of social distinctions, utterly lacking in any sense of propriety, and unwilling to adapt to the mores and standards of others).
Randolph is symbolizes the “ugly American,” (tourist boorish, boastful, and stridently nationalistic).