By Henry James
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But she made no movement to accompany him; she only stood there laughing. “I should think you had better find out what time it is,” interposed her mother. “It is eleven o’clock, madam,” said a voice, with a foreign accent, out of the neighboring darkness; and Winterbourne, turning, perceived the florid personage who was in attendance upon the two ladies. He had apparently just approached. ” Eugenio bowed. ” “I am going with Mr. ” “Do tell her she can’t,” said Mrs. Miller to the courier. “I think you had better not go out in a boat, mademoiselle,” Eugenio declared.
Miller very gently. “Do, then, let me give you a row,” he said to the young girl. ” cried Daisy. ” said Daisy. But she made no movement to accompany him; she only stood there laughing. “I should think you had better find out what time it is,” interposed her mother. “It is eleven o’clock, madam,” said a voice, with a foreign accent, out of the neighboring darkness; and Winterbourne, turning, perceived the florid personage who was in attendance upon the two ladies. He had apparently just approached.
He added jocosely, giving Winterbourne a thump on the knee. ” Daisy had entered upon a lively conversation with her hostess; Winterbourne judged it becoming to address a few words to her mother. “I hope you have been well since we parted at Vevey,” he said. Mrs. Miller now certainly looked at him—at his chin. “Not very well, sir,” she answered. “She’s got the dyspepsia,” said Randolph. “I’ve got it too. Father’s got it. ” This announcement, instead of embarrassing Mrs. Miller, seemed to relieve her.
Daisy Miller (Webster's Thesaurus Edition) by Henry James