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Rebecca | author Daphne du Maurier | From "Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again" to "And the ashes blew towards us with the salt wind of the sea" a classic tale worth reading over & over again.
Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier - My favorite book.
Rebecca by Daphne DuMaurier is one of my favorite books.
One of my favorite books. It's a romance, a coming-of-age story, a mystery, a psychological thriller, and just really good.
Another one that is on the bookshelf waiting to be read. Been ages since I saw the film. When was this book written?
"Rebecca" earned director Alfred Hitchcock a nomination for Best Director, and won Best Picture in 1940. It was based on Daphne du Maurier's novel of the same name.
Rebecca, 1940 one of Hitchcock's best in my opinion! Eerily romantic, live Joan Fontaine :)
Snow Falling on Cedars - David Guterson. I read this in March. Lovely, lyrical mystery that tackles big themes like unrequited love and casual racism.
Both my boyfriend and I loved this book. Unfortunately, I didn't find the rest of her books to be as good. But this is a must read!
Rebecca (1938) is a gothic novel with an excellent twist and is similar aspects to Jane Eyre. Hitchcock's film Rebecca, starring Joan Fontaine, was good but not as good as the book.
Rebecca. Possibly the most well known opening sentence of any novel. I do enjoy the novel but find Max's wife so bloody irritating, I just want to give her a good slap and I have a feeling Rebecca would have done just that
I discovered Daphne DuMaurier last year. She is a wonderful writer
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Rebecca - Rotten Tomatoes Academy Award winner Alfred Hitchcock
Entering Eighth Grade, Book of Choice Option: The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd. Williston Northampton, Middle School English Department