Daisy Miller

Derivative works

James converted his story into a play that failed to be produced. He published the play in The Atlantic Monthly in 1883, and it shows many changes from the original story. In particular, a happy ending was inserted to please what James believed to be the preferences of theater-goers.[3]

In the 1890s a short walking-skirt called the rainy daisy, supposedly named for Daisy Miller, was introduced.[4]

A 1974 film adaptation, directed by Peter Bogdanovich and starring Cybill Shepherd as Daisy.

A rap adaptation of Daisy Miller appears on Heavy Jamal's album Shining Sky Lobster.[5]

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