Allusion in Daisy Miller
Allusion Examples in Daisy Miller:
"Manfred..." See in text (Part II)
The dramatic poem "Manfred" contains supernatural elements and was written by George Gordon, Lord Byron, a leading Romantic poets of the 1800s.
"that mysterious land of dollars..." See in text (Part II)
Since "dollars" is associated with American money, this is most likely an allusion to finance, business, and industry in the United States.
"Hannibal..." See in text (Part II)
This is an allusion to the famous military commander who invaded northern Italy during the Second Punic War by marching his army and war elephants over the Pyrenees and the Alps.