Susannah Fullerton A Reader's Guide to Daphne du Maurier & 'Rebecca' Daphne du Maurier's <em>Rebecca </em>is a novel with two heroines, though one is nameless and the other is only a memory. <strong>PLEASE NOTE: </strong> This product is a DOWNLOAD multipage, printable document with full colour images. If payment is made via EFT or cheque, the download will not be available until funds have cleared in Susannah's bank account. Please pay via credit card or PayPal for immediate download. <p></p>
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A Reader's Guide to Daphne du Maurier & 'Rebecca'

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A Reader's Guide to Daphne du Maurier & 'Rebecca'
A Reader's Guide to Daphne du Maurier & 'Rebecca'
A Reader's Guide to Daphne du Maurier & 'Rebecca'
A Reader's Guide to Daphne du Maurier & 'Rebecca'
A Reader's Guide to Daphne du Maurier & 'Rebecca'

A Reader's Guide to Daphne du Maurier & 'Rebecca'

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Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca is a novel with two heroines, though one is nameless and the other is only a memory.

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Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca is a novel with two heroines, though one is nameless and the other is only a memory. It’s a novel which has a hero who is a murderer. It has a haunting opening sentence which has become justly famous, and since its publication in 1938 Rebecca has enthralled readers and remained Daphne du Maurier’s most popular book.

I first read Rebecca as a teenager, but have re-read it as an adult and often lectured on the book and its author. I find it intriguing and hope that I can make you think about its complexities and themes, and perhaps discuss it with other members of a book group.

In this entertaining and detailed Reader's Guide Susannah Fullerton introduces us to this remarkable woman whose legacy is felt around the world. It includes a companion list of books for further reading. Just perfect for discussions and book clubs!

 

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