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DuMaurier, Daphne
 

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Daphne DuMaurier was born in London in 1907. She wrote several successful period romances and adventure stories, including Jamaica Inn, Rebecca and The Flight of the Falcon. She also published plays, short stories and literary reminiscences. Discuss her work below.



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Fran Hinkel - 02:31pm Mar 3, 1999 PST(#9 of 19)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Originally posted by Christi on May 14, 1998

Does anyone else here consider "Rebecca" a mystery? A gothic to be sure, but it does have the elements of a good who-dun-it. Any comments welcome, but since I haven't read her other books, I don't know if they qualify as mysteries, so limit the discussion to "Rebecca", unless you feel another of her books qualifies. Thanks.


Lea - 08:05pm Oct 3, 1999 PST(#10 of 19)

Hey y'all, I just finished reading Rebecca. I loved it for the most part, but it was a little bit too descriptive for me. I've been searching for things about Rebecca and soon I am going to rent the video..if they have it. This wasn't very romantic to me..but I guess thats because I like the mushy stuff. hehe. Anyway, I thought it a very good book. I finished it today and have a test on it tomorrow! ~Lea


M.G. - 08:20pm Oct 24, 1999 PST(#11 of 19)

I was wondering in what chapter happend when the new Mrs. DeWinter had entered down at the new ball that happend in Manderley when she fhound out that Mrs. Danvers had lied to her saying it was a consin but as a mater of fact it turend out to be Rebbica.

PLEASE ASNSWER AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!


Ashlay Johnson - 08:21pm Feb 9, 2000 PST(#12 of 19)

I've been trying to do a research paper on how Daphne duMaurier's novel Rebecca may have reflected her life. I've found some things like how a lot of the characters are like people she knew in her life. The paper has to be 4-5 pages long, and I've used all my info. All I've got is two pages. All I can find are sites with other high school students like me, who don't know what they're talking about. Can someone who is a qualified source please help me???


April Booth - 03:43pm Feb 21, 2000 PST(#13 of 19)

I was wondering if any of you all know where I could find an in depth bio on Daphne DuMaurier?


Fran Hinkel - 01:25pm Mar 9, 2000 PST(#14 of 19)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Hi April,

There seems to be a lot of material here.

Although I have not explored all the info, it looks like it may be helpful.


Missie Bender - 05:18pm Dec 14, 2000 PST(#15 of 19)

I'm in 8th grade, and i read this book. it's very hard and chalenging, but after you disect the book and figure out every little thing, it becoems your favorite book. We were required to read this book, and i'm very happy we were. i highly suggest you do also.


William Butler - 07:45pm Mar 6, 2001 PST(#16 of 19)

Does anyone else here think that Rebecca was the most boring book you've ever read? I mean, EVERYBODY in this book has issues. And the narrator (you never do find out her real name do you) has the most of all of them. This book was a waste of my time.


lizzie gonzalez - 09:25pm Jun 3, 2001 PST(#17 of 19)

read the book rebecca by daphne dumaurier for a book report and i absolutely loved the book and so did my teacher. this was a very interesting book and it will stay in my mind forever. when i read other books they will never measure up to rebecca.


P Marlowe - 01:32pm Mar 16, 2002 PST(#18 of 19)
Glenview 7537 - Hollywood

William Butler, James Makepease Thackeray's Vanity Fair is the most boring book you'll ever read. Rebecca and My Cousin Rachel are two of the best atmospheric novels ever written.

DuMaurier wrote a facinating Bio on the Brontes (entitled The Brontes. Talk about people with a fairy tale life.


Eliza C. - 09:29am Apr 30, 2002 PST(#19 of 19)

It is true that the character of Maxim in the story is morally ambiguous to say the least. That just makes the novel more intriguing. Du Maurier was really ahead of her time in creating such a complex and psychologically intriguing lead character.

I too have often wondered where the author got her inspiration for Manderley. I have wondered at the incredible detail in her descriptions. I read the book and feel it is a real place that I can visit over and over through reading the novel.

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