Winterbourne


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Winterbourne

distant from even his own feelings about Daisy. [Am. Lit.: Daisy Miller]
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Poor Winterbourne was amused, perplexed, and decidedly charmed.
It's a very pretty excursion," said Winterbourne, "and very easy to make.
Yes; you can go in the cars," Winterbourne assented.
I should think it might be arranged," said Winterbourne.
She didn't rise, blushing, as a young girl at Geneva would have done; and yet Winterbourne, conscious that he had been very bold, thought it possible she was offended.
Eugenio had looked at Winterbourne from head to foot; he now bowed gravely to the young lady.
he added in a tone which struck Winterbourne as very impertinent.
She turned to Winterbourne, blushing a little--a very little.
The courier stood looking at Winterbourne offensively.
Winterbourne stood looking after her; and as she moved away, drawing her muslin furbelows over the gravel, said to himself that she had the tournure of a princess.
The young girl is very pretty," said Winterbourne in a moment.
I see what you mean, of course," said Winterbourne after another pause.