Daisy Miller

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Eugenio Character Analysis

The courier of the Millers, that is, a kind of combination tourist guide and butler who accompanies the family throughout their trip. Daisy and Mrs. Miller treat Eugenio quite familiarly, which is something else that counts against them to the Europeanized society they encounter. At the same time, Eugenio himself seems not to respect the Millers very much. He often seems to be holding back a smirk or criticism of Daisy’s behavior.
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Eugenio Character Timeline in Daisy Miller

The timeline below shows where the character Eugenio appears in Daisy Miller. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Part 1: Les Trois Couronnes
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...she says that her mother probably won’t go, but she and Winterbourne could arrange something. Eugenio will stay with Randolph if her mother does too, she says—telling Winterbourne that Eugenio is... (full context)
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Eugenio appears, tall and handsome, and looks Winterbourne up and down before announcing that lunch is... (full context)
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Daisy smiles and turns to follow Eugenio, as Winterbourne watches her go. He returns to his aunt’s apartments, and asks his aunt,... (full context)
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...that she enjoys when gentlemen are formal. Mrs. Miller wonders what time it is, and Eugenio, who has just appeared out of the darkness, says it’s eleven o’clock. Daisy cries to... (full context)
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Eugenio frigidly announces that Randolph has gone to bed. Mrs. Miller tells Daisy to accompany her... (full context)