The Daphne Du Maurier Companion

Book - 2007
The Daphne Du Maurier Companion
* This companion to the work of one of Britain's best-loved novelists celebrates the centenary of her birth.

Independent Publishing Group
Daphne du Maurier is a much-loved author, her writing capturing the imagination in a way that few have been able to equal. Rebecca, her most famous novel, was a huge success on first publication and brought du Maurier international fame. This enduring classic remains hugely popular. In this celebration of Daphne du Maurier’s life and achievements, leading writers, critics, and academics discuss the novels, short stories, and biographies that made her one of the most spellbinding and genre-defying authors of her generation. The film versions of her books are also explored. Contributors include Sarah Dunant, Sally Beauman, Margaret Forster, Antonia Fraser, Michael Holroyd, Lisa Jardine, Julie Myerson, Justine Picardie, and Minette Walters.

Publisher: London : Virago, 2007
ISBN: 1844082350
Characteristics: xxiv, 424 p. ; 20 cm.
Additional Contributors: Taylor, Helen 1947-


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