Henry James dramatized his story "Daisy Miller" as Daisy Miller: A Comedy (1882), but the play has never been produced. Published (1883), it received mostly negative reviews but did, according to publishers' records, achieve modest sales and royalties over the next thirty years. Reviewers and critics have attributed its flaws mainly to James's infatuation with the French well-made play. Eleven other adaptations of the story for radio, TV, film, and stage, 1934-2005, by Allen, Bogdanovich, Greene, Keller, and others, have fared better critically, but none has supplanted the original. Although essentially literary, James's "Daisy Miller" has proved insistently dramatic.