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Compare/Contrast James' design from "Daisy Miller to "The Beast in the Jungle" Henry James' early work entitled, "Daisy Miller" is considerably simpler than his late work, "The Beast in the Jungle". James' style became more complicated and intellectual because his talents matured; this is shown during his sentence structure and length, choice of words, and also the message conveyed to the reader through the story. By way of instance, in "Daisy Miller" James narrates the story in a simple, yet unified manner, of Winterbourne and also his first meeting with Daisy Miller: "She talked to Winterbourne as if she had known him for quite a long time. He found it quite pleasant. It was many years since he discovered a young woman talk much. It may have been said with the unknown young lady, who had came and sat down beside him on a seat, that she chattered. She had been very silent and she sat at a charming tranquil attitude; however, her lips and her eyes were constantly moving. She had a gentle, slim, agreeable voice, and her tone was decidedly sociable. She gave Winterbourne a record of her movements and goals...